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Accurate Family Vision - Your Eye Clinic in Gilbert, Arizona

At Accurate Family Vision, we pride ourselves in providing the most comprehensive medical and visual examinations. We accomplish this through state-of-the-art diagnostic instruments and over 135 years of combined professional experience in the eye care industry. Our primary focus is the overall health and well-being of your eyes. We also offer a wide variety of high-quality prescription eyewear and sunglasses for the entire family. Our friendly and caring staff are here to provide you with the highest level of customer care in selecting the proper eyewear for your individual needs.

Advanced Eye Exams

Regardless of your age or physical health, it’s important for your entire family to have regular eye exams. Please speak to our optometrist.

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Optical Focus

At our Gilbert eye care center, we carry the latest European and American designer eyewear collections in a variety of styles, colors and materials.

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Focus on Myopia Managment and Ortho-K

Our eye doctors in Gilbert have an effective and comprehensive method to optimal eye care, taking a preventative approach to vision correction and maintaining your overall eye health.

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At Accurate Family Vision our quality staff and eye doctors provide Gilbert with professional eye care. You will receive quality eye care in a supportive caring atmosphere. We provide eye care that is at the forefront of eye care advancements with state of the art equipment, technology and eye doctors and staff educated with the most up to date knowledge in eye exams and eye care.

Optometrist Dr. Amy Lee
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