Forest Park, Ohio

Harper's Point Eye Associates

Comprehensive Eye Care Practice

Harper's Point Eye Associates

1124 Kemper Meadow Dr
Cincinnati, OH 45240
513-851-2414
Harper's Point Eye Associates, Eye Care, Health and Beauty, Cincinnati, Ohio

Since 1976, Harper’s Point Eye Associates has been treating residents in the Cincinnati region for all their eye care needs. Whether you need an eye exam or are in the market for new glasses, contact lenses, or LASIK treatment, the team at Harper’s Point Eye Associates is here to help. The staff of eye care professionals is a recognized leader in the field, and they are the leading eye-related medical referral clinic in the area.

The eye exams offered run the gamut, from routine checkups to specific ocular examinations. You can get fitted for a new pair of eye glasses or contacts by a trusted optometrist. The clinic provides LASIK laser treatment as well, and you can meet with an eye doctor who is knowledgeable and experienced in this type of eye correction. You can also get checked out and treated for a long list of eye conditions and diseases, like cataracts, dry eye disease, glaucoma, and ocular surface disease.

Harper’s Point Eye Associates understands that an eye emergency doesn’t wait for anyone. Their doctors are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When you call outside of office hours, you will be connected with a live answering service, which will contact an eye doctor immediately.

The eye care team at Harper’s Point Eye Associates offers affordable pricing structures and accepts most major vision insurance. They are also Medicare participating doctors; they go out of their way to ensure your claims are filed efficiently and quickly. Call (513) 530-0440 today to schedule your eye exam and experience Harper’s Point Eye Associates signature vision care.

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An Optometrist's Guide to Diet & Eye Health, Forest Park, Ohio
What you eat plays a significant role in how you feel. According to optometrists, your diet can also affect how well you see. Including a variety of nutrients and healthy foods in yo...read more
5 Reasons Why You Need Prescription Sunglasses, Forest Park, Ohio
Sunglasses are an excellent method of protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays, but how will you shield your eyes when you normally wear glasses? The best solution is to i...read more
Are Eye Glasses or Contacts Right for Me?, Forest Park, Ohio
If you need vision correction to help you see clearer, you’re probably wondering if eye glasses or contacts are better for your needs. The decision you make will depend on a variety ...read more
How to Talk to Your Doctor About LASIK® Eye Surgery, Forest Park, Ohio
While many people don’t mind wearing glasses or contacts, others may find that they are a disruption to their daily lives. Fortunately, that’s where LASIK® eye surgery comes in handy...read more
3 Reasons to Get Back-to-School Eye Exams for Your Family, Forest Park, Ohio
Getting a yearly eye exam is a major part of maintaining the proper eye health for people of all ages. Skipping or not making these appointments could have negative effects...read more
Heat is always a factor during the summer, and many people find relief with trips to the pool. While at the pool, it’s important to stay safe while having fun. Many people do this by...read more
You have likely heard about the risks UV rays pose to skin health, but there’s also another reason to be wary of the sun’s rays. UV exposure can contribute to a number of eye-related...read more
Your vision is one of your most important assets, and because your eyes are so sensitive, even the smallest issue can have serious consequences. The staff at Harper’s Point Eye Assoc...read more
While routine eye exams are beneficial for everyone, they are especially important for cigarette smokers. Smoking can have a negative impact on eye health, making it essent...read more
Contact lenses can improve your vision and your self-confidence. However, if you’ve been wearing glasses for a while, contacts can take some getting used to. Wearing them might feel ...read more
Did you know roughly 25% of women start wearing eye makeup by the age of 13? Mascara and eye shadow are everyday beauty products for many people, but makeup can introduce a higher ri...read more
Maintaining healthy eye care doesn’t just mean heading to the optometrist for eye exams and wearing your glasses or contacts when needed. It’s also important to keep a...read more
Whether you have children or work in the public, you or your kids are susceptible to getting pink eye. It’s generally not a dangerous condition, and it can be easily prevented with p...read more
Every year, thousands of people suffer preventable eye injuries resulting from fireworks. While fireworks displays can be fun, proper precautions should be taken to protect your eyes...read more
When seeking to change up your look, colored contact lenses are a bold choice. If you’re considering a visit to an eye doctor about making this change, you should have the right...read more
Some people prefer contact lenses over glasses due to the freedom and comfort they offer. Other individuals, however, may have certain eye conditions that prevent their lenses from f...read more
Millions of people today wear contact lenses, but few know the vision-enhancing product came from the mind of Leonardo da Vinci in 1508. The evolution of the contact lens t...read more
Glasses are a long-term investment, and to get the most from them, they need proper care. But cleaning them is a delicate business. The optometrists at Harper’s Point ...read more
People often don’t think about eye care until it’s time for their yearly optometrist appointment. However, attending these sessions isn’t the only way to focus on your eye healt...read more
It’s estimated that only 35% of adults have 20/20 vision, meaning many people have conditions that affect their eyesight. Some issues are hereditary, while others are caused by ...read more
Along with their negative effects on your skin, ultraviolet rays can damage your eyes. UV exposure can lead to a number of issues, including cancer and cataracts,...read more
You put your eyes through a lot every day, including glare from computer screens, dust, and makeup. Over time, these factors can impact your vision. During Healthy Vision Month ...read more
Just as glasses come in several different shapes, sizes, and colors, everyone’s face is unique. When shopping for new frames, consider your face shape, as choosing the right sty...read more
Your eyes are the lenses through which you see the world. Although they’re small and fragile, they are incredibly complex organs that scientists have yet to fully comprehend. That’s ...read more
Emergency visits to the eye doctor because of sports-related injuries are more common than you might think. With approximately 25,000 incidents recorded every year, the need to ...read more
Ah, springtime—chirping baby birds, flowers in bloom, temperate weather—what’s not to love? But if you have allergies, spring is the beginning of your sniffling, itching&nb...read more
The eyes can be one of the first places that show age, and those annoying dark circles and bags will be worsened by certain habits. The good news is making some lifestyle a...read more
If you are self-conscious about signs of aging around your eyes, consider an eye care treatment called a blepharoplasty. This procedure, which is performed at your optometr...read more
Many people realize how important it is to eat the right foods for their overall well-being, but did you know it’s just as crucial for eye health? From protecting the eyes to en...read more
Vision problems can manifest at any age, and it’s important to identify them in infants and children. According to the staff at Harper’s Point Eye Associates in Cincinnati, OH, your ...read more
If you have nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, Lasik surgery is an exceptional alternative to prescription lenses. This popular procedure works through the use of a spe...read more
Seasonal allergies are common, and along with sneezing and a stuffy or runny nose, your eyes can become itchy, red, watery, and sensitive to light. If you’re experiencing these sympt...read more
If you are one of the estimated 253 million visually impaired people worldwide, there is a good chance you wear glasses. When properly prescribed, glasses correct nearsightednes...read more
For most people, regular visits with the optometrist are routine experiences. Still, it’s a good idea to use them as an opportunity to ask questions that help you better underst...read more
When it comes to corrective eyewear, contact lenses require more hands-on care than glasses. As a result, many parents simply purchase eyeglasses for their children without consideri...read more
During a recent eye exam, you may have heard the optometrist use fractions such as 20/20, 20/10, or 20/40 to describe your vision. But what do these measurements really mean? Below, ...read more
You rely on your vision for every aspect of your life, and preserving it is imperative. In addition to eating a healthy diet, avoiding harmful UV rays, and exercising to protect your...read more
These days, there’s no need to have 20/20 vision to easily enjoy the sights of the world around you. The huge variety of glasses and contact lenses available means there is a perfect...read more
When it comes to eye emergencies, waiting too long to seek treatment can have devastating results. For this reason, the doctors at Harper's Point Eye Associates want to teach th...read more
Lasik surgery has become the ideal solution for people who are tired of wearing corrective lenses. It accomplishes the same goals as contact lenses and glasses without the tediousnes...read more
The cold weather can affect the comfort and effectiveness of contact lenses. You may experience dryness and other unpleasant effects from environmental factors, and the staff at...read more
When it comes to maintaining your vision, regular eye exams each year are critical. But if you've missed your checkup the past few years, it is helpful to know what to expe...read more
Dilation is frequently a part of an eye exam. However, not every patient enjoys this step in the process. When your eyes are dilated, it’s difficult to see clearly for a few hours, a...read more
When protein builds up in the eye, it can lead to the formation of a cloudy coating over the entire lens, which is more commonly known as a cataract. If left untreated, cataracts can...read more
Clear vision is something people often take for granted until their eyes start to change and become blurry, red, or irritated. Many different factors affect the quality of your visio...read more
As people age, their bodies slow down and show signs of wear. You could notice your joints aching or you may have less energy, for example. While some of these symptoms are natu...read more
Eye exams are an integral part of maintaining optimal vision health, so it’s vital to schedule them regularly. However, the team at Harper's Point Eye Associates in Cincinnati, OH, k...read more
It’s OK to enjoy a glass of red wine with dinner and a champagne toast at every wedding, but overindulging in alcohol on a regular basis can have serious consequences for your overal...read more
Finding the right eye doctor is an important part of caring for your eyes and sight. Even if you currently have perfect vision, a yearly exam is the best way to ensure you ...read more
As a parent, few things are more important than your child’s schooling. Your son or daughter’s success provides them with a strong educational foundation and lays the groundwork...read more
Presbyopia is among the most common eye conditions in patients over 40 — even those who have not previously needed corrective lenses. Your optometrist can diagnose it after a routine...read more
Many people enjoy the convenience and comfort contact lenses offer. While they are easy to care for and maintain, you can’t simply put them in and forget about them. From the time yo...read more
When applying makeup near your eyes, optometrists preach caution—all too often, eye doctors see patients who injure themselves just by getting ready. Luckily, you don’t hav...read more
Competition is about playing hard and pushing yourself to the limit. However, whether you play basketball, softball, or soccer, a sports-related eye emergency can have...read more
Maintaining your eye health goes beyond wearing glasses and contacts. According to the staff at Harper’s Point Eye Associates in Cincinnati, OH, you need a proper amount of vitamin D...read more
Spending a lazy weekend binge watching your favorite television show might sound like a dream come true after a busy work or school week. While the old wives’ tale that sitting too c...read more
Eye exams are critical for maintaining good vision for life. But taking care of your body also goes a long way, as the foods you eat have a direct effect on your overall eye hea...read more
Most people spend almost half of their day staring at a screen, according to a 2016 audience report by the Nielsen Company. The study found Americans devote about 10 hours ...read more
Millions of American children under the age of 18 wear contact lenses; there is no age limit regarding this alternative to glasses. When a child is ready for lenses varies accor...read more
You’ve heard time and again that smoking is bad for your lungs, heart, and teeth — but it’s also bad for your eyes. That’s why the optometrists at Harper’s Point Eye Associates ...read more
Dry eyes are not only uncomfortable, but they can also affect your everyday quality of life. The condition is caused by a variety of factors, including aging, medications, and certai...read more
People often use the term “20/20 vision” to describe perfect eyesight. However, this is not a correct definition. To help you understand the terminology, the optometrist at Harper's ...read more
Lasik surgery is an effective way to permanently address vision issues ranging from farsightedness to astigmatism. While the procedure is short — it typically takes around 30 mi...read more
If you’re having trouble seeing clearly, you might think an online vision test would be an easy way to determine whether you need eyeglasses or contact lenses. However, this procedur...read more
When you are diagnosed with a vision problem like nearsightedness or astigmatism, eye doctors often prescribe glasses to help you see better. In some cases, people who regularly...read more
To maintain your vision, getting routine eye exams should be at the top of your agenda. Alongside monitoring any vision changes yourself, a complete exam lets your eye doctor check f...read more
If your contact lenses are irritating your eyes and resulting in daily discomfort, don’t ignore the pain and itching. Instead, Harper's Point Eye Associates recommends...read more
Whether you wear prescription glasses or have 20/20 vision, it is beneficial to wear sunglasses year-round to protect your eyes from damage and enhance your comfort. The op...read more
If you’re a longtime wearer of glasses, making the transition to contact lenses can be as challenging as it is thrilling. You’ll no longer have to deal with your glasses fogging up o...read more
The summer means days at the beach, warm evenings with friends—and, if you’re not careful, eye damage. Even if you already have a traditional pair of prescription glasses, ask your o...read more
As the warmer months approach, adults and kids alike look forward to fun in the sun, including trips to the local swimming pool. But when it comes to eye health, exposure to poo...read more
Visiting the eye doctor isn’t the only way to care for your vision. Proper eye care means keeping your ocular health at the top of your mind. The professionals at Harper's ...read more
If you wear contact lenses and struggle with seasonal allergies, springtime can feel like the perfect storm. Dealing with itchy, watery eyes is irritating to begin with, but con...read more
Contact lenses are a practical means of vision correction, nixing the need for wearing or keeping track of glasses. That said, contacts do come with some unique issues of their own. ...read more
When you wear contact lenses and glasses every day, they quickly start to feel like part of you. Maintaining excellent hygiene is imperative to ensuring your eyes stay heal...read more
It’s all too common for people to answer that one last email, check social media, or send a few texts to confirm plans for the next day from the comfort of their bed right before the...read more
With spring here and pollen counts on the rise, you may experience itching, burning, and watery eyes if you suffer from allergies. Fortunately, you can take some steps to reduce...read more
Spring is on its way, but nicer weather and blooming flowers mean the unfortunate return of eye allergies for some people. Luckily, you don’t have to suffer. The optometris...read more
Annual eye exams are the best way to make sure your vision is at the level it should be, but what if you experience a sudden issue with your eyesight? What constitutes an eye emergen...read more
Spring will be here before you know it, and that means watery eyes, itching, and sneezing if you suffer from allergies. Fortunately, optometrists say there are a few ways to fig...read more
Taking care of your eyes will support strong vision through your entire life, so it’s important to develop healthy eye care habits at as young an age as you can. As a leading team of...read more
Laser eye surgery is one of the most popular ways to improve your vision for the long term. While Lasik is safe and effective, patients may experience some discomfort during rec...read more
Few things in life stay the same, and this is especially true of your eyes. As time goes by, the strength of the eyes decreases with age, just like physical strength. Regul...read more
Whether you have 20/20 vision or wear glasses, everyone should undergo an annual eye exam. In addition to providing you a prescription if needed, your eye doctor will also assess you...read more
When life gets busy, you might find yourself cutting back on self-care to find more time for work or caring for others. The doctors at Harper’s Point Eye Associates in Cincinnat...read more
Lasik surgery will significantly improve your vision and quality of life. If you’re having the procedure, the optometrists at Cincinnati, OH’s Harper's Point Eye Associates want...read more
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) affects 64% to 90% of people who spend more than two hours on a computer every day. Symptoms include eye strain, irritation, dryness, redness, neck and...read more
Your winter wardrobe probably includes all the basics, like a warm coat, knitted sweater, snow boots, wool scarf, and cozy gloves. But the optometrists at Harper’s Point Eye Associat...read more
You should do everything possible to protect your vision, and knowing proper eye care techniques is vital. However, there are many common myths about vision care that the eye do...read more
If you have poor vision, chances are you’re at least familiar with the concept of Lasik surgery. Many people rave about this procedure, but how do you know if it’s the righ...read more
Winter dryness is almost as dreadful as the chill. For some people, extra lotion and conditioner are in order for combating dry air—but for others, its their eyes that bear the brunt...read more
You know that working out regularly keeps your body strong, but did you ever think about exercising your eye muscles? After all, your eyes are as important as any other part of your ...read more
As the crisp autumn air fades away and the snow begins to fall, it’s not just your skin that needs extra moisture and additional layers. Winter weather impacts your eyes, too! T...read more
When you’re pregnant, a lot of things about your body start to change. It shouldn’t be that surprising, then, that pregnancy can also lead to vision changes that should be watched or...read more
Most people experience redness in one or both eyes at some point, and some individuals have it at regular intervals or on a consistent basis. If you want effective treatment for your...read more
Many people have said the eyes are the windows to the soul. But if the windows are covered in grime, it can cloud the picture. For 40 years, Harper’s Point Eye Associates has be...read more
Eye doctors are often approached with questions regarding cosmetic eye surgery, such as, “Does it affect vision, or simply alter one’s appearance?” With several locations throug...read more
Frequent irritation and itchiness in your eyes are common but potentially chronic symptoms caused by dryness. According to the experienced optometrists at Harper's Point Eye Associat...read more
Your eye health is of paramount importance. Accordingly, experiencing an injury calls for the immediate assistance of a skilled eye doctor. A corneal abrasion, or scratched corn...read more