West Hamilton, Ohio

Wing Eyecare

Serving your family's total eye care needs... for 100 years!

Wing Eyecare

768 NW Washington Blvd
Hamilton, OH 45013
(513) 893-8816
Wing Eyecare, Optometrists, Health and Beauty, Hamilton, Ohio

Founded by eye doctor Philip A. Wing in 1914, Wing Eyecare offers prescription glasses, eyeglass frames, eye exams, and other eye care products and services to individuals throughout Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. You will find the best reading glasses and prescription sunglasses, as well as treatment for any eyecare related issues. During eye exams the staff at Wing Eyecare checks the internal and external health of your eyes, as well as tests for glaucoma, cataracts, and other issues.

When you’re looking for new eyeglasses, you want to your choice to be effective and stylish at the same time. Wing Eyecare has hundreds of eyeglass frames in stock, including the latest in designer fashion. Available options include plastic, metal, and rimless. There are also numerous lens options to ensure that you have the best fit for your style and vision. If you’ve been wearing glasses for years and want to make the switch to contact lenses, Wing Eyecare carries technology from Bausch, Johnson & Johnson, Cooper Vision, and more. 

No matter how good your eyesight may be, it’s important to have yearly eye exams. The office is equipped with the latest diagnostic and examination equipment. For more information on glasses and eye exams, visit Wing Eyecare online.

Announcements & Events from Wing Eyecare
5 Factors to Consider When Shopping for Quality Sunglasses, Hamilton, Ohio
As summer swiftly approaches, the reminders to lather on sunscreen are sure to increase. But there’s another part of your body you should protect from the bright sun — your eyes. Bef...read more
Cincinnati Eye Doctors on How to Tell if You Have Glaucoma, Hamilton, Ohio
Glaucoma is a general term for age-related eye diseases, including open-angle glaucoma and closed-angle glaucoma. Both diseases cause fluid blockages between the iris and the lens, l...read more
Need an Eye Care Work Out? Try These 3 Exercises Throughout the Day, Hamilton, Ohio
Going to the optometrist shouldn’t be the only step you take for your optical health. Eye care is a daily task that can include everything from using saline drops for dryness to wear...read more
A Closer Look at How the Eyes Respond to Irritants, Hamilton, Ohio
Spring brings welcomed leaves and flowers, but it also heralds the season of pollen and allergies. Higher temperatures may also mean increased smog or air pollution for some areas. I...read more
Why Online Eye Exams Fail, Hamilton, Ohio
The convenient reach of the Internet seems to constantly be growing. These days, people can do a number of things online more quickly and easily than they could before. However,...read more
Proper eye care is crucial if you want healthy eyes for life. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to ensure your eyes are well cared for and that your vision remains intact. In...read more
Cataracts are the most common cause of blindness in eye care patients over the age of 40. To better understand this condition and protect your vision as much as possible, it’s import...read more
The ability to see is an important sense to your everyday life, from completing your work to enjoying your hobbies and interests. In addition to visiting the eye doctor for regular e...read more
Though most minor vision loss or impairment is caused by refractive error, some can be prevented with proper eye care. Though not guaranteed to protect your vision forever, foll...read more
Springtime brings sunshine, warmer temperatures, and breezy weather, but it also can wreak havoc on your eyes. Eye doctors warn springtime allergies can have several impacts on your ...read more
Most of us probably only think about tears when we’re crying or expressing emotion. But according to eye doctors, our tears play a vital role in keeping our vision and eyes healthy. ...read more
The occasional glass of red wine might provide some health benefits due to the antioxidants, but drinking any kind of alcohol in excess can have both short and long-term consequences...read more
People tend to live in a visual world, as they commonly rely on their eyesight to take in and process information. Yet, many individuals take their eyes for granted and don’t keep th...read more
Modern technology plays an important role in our day-to-day lives, from ordering take-out food to applying for jobs. In some situations, such as medical care, attempting to use techn...read more
An ocular migraine is characterized by brief bouts of blindness and strange visual symptoms, like a flashing sensation in one eye. Distinct from the stereotypical migraine heada...read more
As the weather warms up, it’s time to enjoy the spring season. Fresh flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and summer is right around the corner. It’s a beautiful time of year, b...read more
The health of your eyes can often be an indicator of your overall well-being. For instance, symptoms of heart disease are sometimes present during a routine eye exam, and identifying...read more
Contact lenses are great for people who may not love wearing glasses, but they require a lot more maintenance and care. In fact, lack of proper care could actually have a negati...read more
You already know a poor night’s sleep causes you to feel groggy, fatigued, and sluggish all day. In addition to impacting your coffee consumption, some research suggests sleep qualit...read more
Prescription contact lenses from an eye doctor provide a way for those with imperfect vision to see clearly again. In general, they are easy-to-use. However, some users are prone to ...read more
Although wiping your prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses with the corner of your shirt may be convenient, it is not the proper way to clean your lenses. In fact, this method damage...read more
If you’re far- or nearsighted, single-vision lenses are often enough to help you see clearly. However, when both far- and nearsightedness are present, you’ll need a lens that can hel...read more
Sunglasses are a staple in the summer—they just happen to be the perfect beach accessory—but a lot of people forego them in the wintertime, even though the sun can be just as bright,...read more
Everyone experiences dry, itchy eyes at some point. Symptoms can range from a minor annoyance to unbearable irritation. Either way, you’ll want relief. The eye doctors at Wing Eyecar...read more
Even if you visit your optometrist regularly for eye care, you can put your vision in danger with the choices you make at home. Wing Eyecare wants patients t...read more
Winter is finally here, and with it comes the arrival of cold, harsh weather. In addition to frigid temperatures, bitter winds, and abrasive snows, this season is marked by dry ...read more
When you hear the word “allergies,” you probably think of springtime, when pollen causes discomfort for many people. So you may be surprised to learn the winter months can be ju...read more
Lung cancer, heart disease, and COPD are well-known problems caused by smoking, but you might not know that it also has serious effects on your eye health, putting you at risk for vi...read more
FSA dollars are tax-advantaged savings accounts designed to help you spend less money on health care. However, they do expire at the end of each year. To make the most of these funds...read more
The year is almost over, which means time is running out to use the eye care money in your company's flexible spending account (FSA). You can use these funds for a variety of eye doc...read more
Poor vision can be a challenge for kids — it can affect learning in school and make daily activities tough. But although eyeglasses can correct these problems, it’s not always e...read more
Red, irritated, and itchy eyes —  everyone experiences them at one time or another. Unfortunately for some people, it’s a constant issue that just won’t go away. Allergies can c...read more
Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, is an infection of the inner eyelid and the clear covering of the white of the eye, which causes redness and inflammation. While this condition is common...read more
Wear sunglasses outdoors, don’t sleep with your contacts on, and have your eyes checked once a year by your eye doctor. These are common eye care tips that many of us have been given...read more
A woman’s body goes through many changes during pregnancy, and these changes affect every part of the body—even the eyes! According to eye doctors, around 15% of women will notice vi...read more
There are many forms of blindness, each with different causes, symptoms, and characteristics. However, they’re all housed under the umbrella term “legally blind.” For some peopl...read more
Halloween is almost here, and adults and children alike are trying to decide on the perfect costume for all of the festivities. If you wear glasses, then you have a unique advan...read more
If you’re in the market for a new pair of eyeglasses, you may first need to reevaluate your vision. Even if you don’t wear glasses, regular exams are crucial to protecting the health...read more
According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, cataracts involve the clouding of the lens of the eye. This can result in vision problems and even blindness if left untreated, wh...read more
Did you know that you should adjust your eye care routine depending on the time of year? Each season can cause different problems for your vision, and learning the necessary steps of...read more
If you wear prescription glasses, you might view them as more of a necessity than a fashion statement. With so many frames on the market, becoming a stylish standout is simple.&...read more
Smartphones are everywhere these days. Unfortunately, looking at yours too often isn’t great for your eyes. That’s why it’s important to discuss these issues during your next eye doc...read more
Contact lenses are an incredibly safe form of corrective eyewear — as long as you take care of them. If you do not practice good hygiene habits regarding your lenses, infections and ...read more
For many individuals who wish to forego eyeglasses, contact lenses are an attractive solution for near- or farsightedness. Yet, because contact lenses require some adjusting and...read more
Many athletes suffer from sports-related eye injuries each year. Young children and teen athletes tend to be especially prone to these injuries, which can be easily avoided. If you o...read more
As your child prepares to head back to school, their eye doctor wants to make sure they know everything they should about caring for their contact lenses. At Wing Eyecare, with locat...read more
Parents are often the first people to notice their child has a health issue. While they can spot a fever and runny nose from a mile away, not every condition is as easy to identify. ...read more
Proper care is imperative for keeping your eyeglasses in good condition and ensuring you always see clearly. Plus, you don’t want all that time you spent picking out frames to be in ...read more
When an eye doctor says your child needs eyeglasses, you’re probably relieved, as this means soon they’ll be able to see better. But, just because your son or daughter needs glasses ...read more
When it comes to illnesses and eye conditions in children, it's a matter of when rather than if. Conjunctivitis — also known as pink eye — is no exception, which is why eye doctors w...read more
Pediatric eye care is critical in the development of strong, healthy eyes in children. The American Optometric Association recommends pediatric eye care as early as six months of age...read more
LASIK® is an incredibly popular procedure for treating refractive errors, but not everyone is a good candidate for the surgery. If you currently rely on corrective eyewear to see but...read more
For many, glasses are a way of life. Without them, they wouldn’t be able to see when driving or trying to read a book in class. Regardless of why you wear prescription glasses, it is...read more
The terms “nearsightedness” and “farsightedness” are used frequently by your eye doctor, but what do they mean? The experienced and caring optometrists at Wing Eyecare ...read more
Whether you’re struggling to make it through allergy season or your naturally dry and itchy eyes are driving you crazy, eye drops seem like a simple and affordable solution. Many eye...read more
While springtime allergies are commonly associated with sneezing and congestion, they can affect your eyes as well. Proper eye care is crucial in this case, and the optometrists at W...read more
Touching your face and eyes feels like a relatively harmless act to relieve an itch or stimulate your tear ducts. While it may seem natural, your eye doctor will try their ...read more
Anyone with access to a computer knows too much screen time is less than easy on the eyes. However, there are a few ways to combat this unfortunate strain. Wing Eyecar...read more
When was the last time you bought a new pair of prescription lenses? You can start the year off right with a quality pair of lenses from the experts at Wing Eyecare. If you’re i...read more
For many individuals, the start of a new year is the perfect time to assess health and make any adjustments as needed. The eye doctors from Wing Eyecare in Greater Cincinnati encoura...read more
Whether you’re tired of wearing glasses or just looking for an additional option, contact lenses offer a convenient solution. However, while wearing contacts is simple and easy once ...read more
When is the last time you visited the eye doctor? If it’s been a while, the staff at Wing Eyecare of Greater Cincinnati wants patients to know that even if everything feels alri...read more
Whether you work a desk job, take college classes online, or simply do a lot of internet research, there’s no way around it — you’re spending long hours in front of a computer. While...read more
A runny nose, itchy eyes, and dry throat — these are just some of the irritating effects of autumn allergies. The eye doctors at Wing Eyecare have the expert insight on how you can a...read more
If your eyesight begins to deteriorate and you find yourself in need of glasses, it can leave you feeling distressed and perhaps a bit powerless. The eye doctors at Wing Eyecare ...read more
Rubbing your eyes may seem like a harmless habit — something you just don’t think about too much. But as relieving as it may feel, any good eye doctor will tell you it’s so...read more
Macular degeneration refers to the loss of eyesight, and it’s one of the most prevalent vision loss conditions among adults. While there is no cure, eye doctors do point to early dia...read more
School is almost back in session. If your child needs new glasses or wishes to switch to contacts, or if you simply want an eye doctor to give your youngster an eye exam, now is the ...read more
One of the most inconvenient parts of wearing eyeglasses is having to be outside on a bright day with no way to shield your eyes from the sun. Fortunately, sunglasses are no longer o...read more
Whether it’s because you’re tired of wearing glasses or dealing with contacts, you may have thought about having your vision corrected after an eye exam through Lasik eye surgery. Wi...read more
Eyeglasses don’t merely correct vision issues. While that may be their primary function, the right eyeglass frames can make a fashion statement worth talking about. Of course — ...read more
Pink eye is hard to ignore, thanks to the inflammation that causes the white part of your eye to turn to the classic pink color. Formally called conjunctivitis, pink eye can be very ...read more
If you need new prescription glasses, the selection process is a bit more complicated than just picking out a pair of frames you think looks good. The optometry team at&nbs...read more
When it comes to the ease and comfort of your days, the right pair of eyeglasses or contact lenses can make all the difference. At Wing Eyecare in Cincinnati, OH, eyewear p...read more