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Mountain View Eye Center

Better Eye Care for You and Your Family

Mountain View Eye Center

2555 Phillips Field Road
Fairbanks, AK 99709-3933
907-328-2920
Mountain View Eye Center, Ophthalmologists, Health and Beauty, Fairbanks, Alaska

With a mission to provide dedicated ophthalmology and optometry services to folks throughout the Fairbanks, AK, area, Mountain View Eye Center employs an approach that balances the latest in technological innovations with unparalleled expertise and an emphasis on patient comfort and professionalism. Under the direction of some of Alaska’s most highly-trained specialists and experts, this eye clinic and vision center takes care of everything from standard eye tests and consultations to more specialized surgeries and therapies.

The range of services provided by this vision center is vast. Patients come in for:

  • Eye Tests
  • Prescription Glasses
  • Contacts
  • Cataract Surgery
  • Laser Treatments
  • Imaging Services for Diagnosis
  • Treatment for Macular Degeneration
  • Dry Eye Therapy

 

The eye specialists at Mountain View Medical Center work to not only provide the best possible treatments but also to provide long-term solutions. Because visual acuity and healthy eyes are inextricably linked to quality of life, the team at Mountain View Medical Center is completely devoted to doing as much as they can to help their patients achieve the best possible results. Given the range of treatments and services offered at Mountain View Medical Center, there’s simply no eye care center in the area more comprehensive than this one.

You’ll be hard pressed to find a clinic with a warmer or more welcoming environment. Patient comfort is at the center of what this team does, and they aim to become vision health partners with every patient that comes in.

To learn more about the approach employed at this vision center, be sure to check out its informative and comprehensive website. When it’s time to make an appointment, contact Alaska’s best eye doctor by calling Mountain View Medical Center at (907) 328-2920 today! 

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