• We love children

    “It is very important to schedule your child’s first eye exam at 6-12 months of age. Your child’s eyesight is vital for his or her cognitive development throughout adolescence.”
  • Our optical technology

    Luckey EyeCare is focused on providing our patients quality care through the use of modern day examinations and equipment.
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What we do?

Highly Skilled Team

Our optical department is composed of highly skilled and trained optometric professionals to meet your eye health requirements.

Latest in Optometric Technology

Luckey EyeCare is focused on providing our patients quality care through the use of modern day examinations and equipment.

Beautiful Environment

Where Starbucks and optometry come together. Once you come through the doors at Luckey EyeCare a cozy atmosphere welcomes you and a friendly staff to serve your eye health needs.

Why you need to choose us?

When you come into Luckey EyeCare, you’ll realize that not all optometry practices are the

same. We take the time to carefully listen to your questions and address all your concerns.

You’ll appreciate our no-pressure, informative, & comfortable atmosphere.

Eye Health Education


  • How often should I have an eye exam?

    Dr. Luckey recommends that your family has eye examines every year for two reasons: clear vision and healthy eyes. We know that seeing clearly is important for cognitive and daily living; however, what people often fail to consider is that eye health problems can develop without any symptoms. Dr. Luckey can detect diseases, such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, etc., long before you show symptoms or loss of vision. Even people who think they see clearly are often surprised at what they've been missing.
  • When should I bring my children in for their first eye exam?

    The American Optometric Association recommends the following:
    • • First at 12 months, to ensure proper development and to rule out any birth-related issues.
    • • First comprehensive exam at 3.5 years.
    • • Then, before kindergarten and every year thereafter.
  • What will happen at my eye exam?

    Dr. Luckey will perform a thorough check of both your vision and your ocular health. Generally, our exams follow these steps:
    • • Dr. Luckey will perform computerized testing to check your field of vision, to get an estimate of your prescription, and to measure the pressure inside your eyes (a gentle puff of air).
    • • Dr. Luckey will ask about your vision to determine if you are having any symptoms or difficulties. He will also ask if you've ever worn glasses or contacts and for what purpose.
    • • Next, Dr. Luckey will see how well you can see, then present you with a series of lenses and asking you to compare two at a time to determine which lens combinations help you to see the clearest. With this information he will be able to determine your prescription for both distance viewing and for reading.
    • • Then, Dr. Luckey will look inside your eyes to assess their health and to determine if you have any eye diseases or are at risk for developing any.
    • • Lastly, Dr. Luckey will present your results to you and make any necessary recommendations (glasses, contacts, or referral to a higher-level specialist).
  • When can I come in and how long will it take?

    We are open:
    • Monday: 9am - 6pm
    • Tuesday: 9am - 7pm
    • Wednesday: Closed
    • Thursday: 9am - 6pm
    • Friday: 9am - 6pm
    • Saturday: By Appt. Only
    • Sunday: Closed

    On average, your exam will last between 35-40 minutes. Plan additional time for picking out new glasses!
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