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Three Colorado Locations

Denver, Basalt, & Vail

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Our Locations


Denver Vision

1535 S. Kipling Parkway - Unit C Lakewood, CO 80232 Adjacent to King Soopers on Kipling in the Lochwood Shopping Center. Phone: 303-937-8655 Fax: 303-937-8657

Vail Vision

1140 Edwards Village Blvd., B-206 Edwards, CO 81632 Behind the Smiling Moose, next to Vail Dermatology & Vail-Summit Orthopedics. Phone: 970-926-8474 Fax: 970-926-3634

Roaring Fork Vision

341 Market Street Basalt, CO 81621. Just past Mezzaluna next to Wienerstube. Phone: (970) 927-2020 Fax: (970) 927-2010


Featured News


What does 20/20 vision actually mean?

An eye doctor will sometimes say your vision is 20/20. Some people are proud of their better than 20/20 vision. In those cases, 20/15 vision may come up. You may also hear someone that has a cataract refer to their vision as 20/100. So what does all of this mean? Do I need to have 20/20 vision? What does 20/20 vision mean? 20/20 vision is the standard to determine normal visual activity. Looking specifically at clarity and sharpness of vision. According to AAO, a person with 20/20 vision can see what an average individual can see on an eye chart […]

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Blepharitis… What is it?

Blepha… what? Yeah we know. It is a mouth full! Blepharitis (bleh-fr-ai-tuhs) is actually fairly common. It is eyelid swelling that can also cause discharge and crusty eyelashes. As a result, it is often called chronic blepharitis just because it is, by nature, difficult to cure. There is about a 40% chance of patients suffering from eyelid inflammation in the United States. Some cases are more severe than other cases. In some patients, they can have reoccurring. Causes Several things can cause blepharitis. These things can be eyelid infections, dry eyes, and more. Blepharitis is similar to pink eye. It […]

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Why do I have the eye color I have? It doesn’t match my parents?

Have you ever wondered why your eye color can differ? You may think that it is genetic related, which is true, but some studies are finding it is not that easy. A study identified fifty new genes for eye color in a genetic study of 195,000 people across Europe and Asia. What is this study? Essentially, this study is the largest study of its kind to date. There has never been so many individuals studies based on genetics and eye color before. The study was hoping to not only identify eye color. Eye color is fun to learn about, but […]

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  • Vail Vision
    1140 Edwards Village Blvd., B-206
    Edwards, CO 81632
    Phone: 970-926-8474
    Fax: 970-926-3634
  • Roaring Fork Vision
    850 E Valley Rd
    Basalt, CO 81621
    Phone: (970) 927-2020
    Fax: (970) 927-2010
  • Denver Vision
    1535 S. Kipling Parkway
    Unit C
    Lakewood, CO 80232
    Phone: 303-937-8655
    Fax: 303-937-8675*