Polson, Montana

Polson Family Eyecare

Polson Family Eyecare

410 1st St.
Polson, MT 59860
406-883-4355
Polson Family Eyecare, Eye Doctors, Health and Beauty, Polson, Montana

Vision care is important at all ages, and Polson Family Eyecare wants to ensure everyone in your family can see clearly. Proudly serving children and adults throughout the Lake County, MT, area, this team of ophthalmologists offers everything from glasses and contact lenses to vision therapy and eye disease treatment. When you need affordable, dependable, and professional vision care services, allow these friendly experts to help maintain your eye health.

This office takes a professional and compassionate approach when managing your vision needs. Your comfort is their number one priority, and they will reserve time to answer your questions or discuss any issues. They carry high-quality eyewear by some of the top brands in the business and use cutting-edge techniques and technology when carrying out exams and procedures. When you choose these experts for vision care, they’ll work with your insurance company to keep costs manageable.

Polson Family Eyecare offers a wide array of services, including exams, children’s eye care, eye disease treatment, fitting for glasses or contact lenses, and many others. This ophthalmologist’s office is truly a one-stop destination for all things related to vision care. Whether you’re interested in designer glasses or have a serious ailment that requires attention, these dependable professionals go the extra mile to make sure you see the world without issue. 

When you want to do what’s best for your vision, rely on the doctors at Polson Family Eyecare, serving Lake County, Ronan, Rollins, and several other neighboring areas. Give them a call at (406) 883-4355 today to speak with a welcoming customer service representative about scheduling an appointment for an eye exam, and visit their website to learn more about their array of services.

Announcements & Events from Polson Family Eyecare
Vision Differences Between Men & Women, Polson, Montana
If you have ever wondered if your partner, children, or co-workers see things differently, the answer might lie in their biological sex. Men and women are born with inherent anatomic...read more
Eye Health and Age: 3 Diseases to Acknowledge, Polson, Montana
Vision decline is something that may come with old age, but it shouldn’t simply be assumed a consequence of getting older. In some cases, it may be tied to a serious eye disease that...read more
Sales at  Polson Family Eyecare, Polson, Montana
January 4, 2019 1:30PM - January 31, 2019 1:00PM
Polson Family Eyecare has sales this month… Smith Ski Goggles and all our Sunglasses are 15% Off All our Signature Frames are 40% Off   read more
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Sales at Polson Family Eyecare, Polson, Montana
December 14, 2018 5:15PM - December 31, 2018 12:15PM
Our December sales at Polson Family Eyecare  15% off frames that are red or green 40% off Signature frames 15% off Sunglasses Come in and see the great selection of Smith S...read more
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Understanding the 3 Types of Tears, Polson, Montana
When you’re experiencing extreme sadness or frustration, your eyes may fill with tears. On the other hand, you may experience that eye-watering sensation first thing in the morning w...read more
Every day, there are multiple factors that influence the clarity and quality of your vision. While some are obvious–such as how old your lens prescription is–there are several factor...read more
When you visit the eye doctor, it’s important to learn about conditions that you may be at risk of developing. Cataracts are one ailment everyone is susceptible to and shou...read more
The precious gift of good vision can be lost when macular degeneration develops. At Polson Family Eyecare, experienced eye doctors educate Lake County, MT, residents about this disea...read more
Dry eyes can be irritating and even painful. Many factors can cause this condition, from the environment to diet. Fortunately, relief is within reach. Polson Family Eyecare...read more
If your child is experiencing vision problems, the eye doctor may recommend glasses to improve their sight. Depending on their age, there may be some challenges while they adjust to ...read more
How many hours each day do you spend in front of a screen? Between working or studying on the computer, texting friends, and scrolling social media it’s likely that you’re averaging ...read more
Since vision exams typically happen once a year, patients don’t always spend a lot of time communicating with their eye doctor. That’s why it’s important to take advantage of th...read more
While a skilled team of ophthalmologists and optometrists can provide you with excellent vision care, it’s good to know about common eye diagnoses and when to see a doctor....read more
If your vision is clear, it’s easy to underestimate the importance of regular exams. Some serious eye diseases do not manifest any noticeable symptoms initially, though. That means u...read more
For many people, a standard eye exam is a suitable way to check for signs of ocular disease and changes in vision. However, older patients or those with chronic health conditions may...read more
Contact lenses are an amazing product that allows those with less-than-perfect vision to see clearly without glasses. Whether you are near- or far-sighted, a prescription from y...read more
If your vision hasn’t changed, you may think it’s okay to skip your annual exam with an ophthalmologist. But this is not the case, as yearly appointments are critical to vision care....read more
Recent studies strongly support the theory that certain vitamins and minerals safeguard your vision. Zinc and selenium are believed to protect the retina, the rear part of your eye,&...read more
An eye doctor can’t solve all vision problems by prescribing glasses or contact lenses. They sometimes recommend vision therapy, which is like physical rehabilitation for the eyes an...read more
If you’ve been experiencing any changes to your eyesight, it’s wise to schedule an examination. According to the optometrists at Polson Family Eyecare, recognizing the signs of a vis...read more
Whether you didn’t do well on a recent eye exam or you’ve been correcting your vision for years, you may be on the market for new glasses. Choosing frames that complem...read more
An ophthalmologist is a fully licensed eye and vision care specialist who has received a Doctor of Medicine degree (M.D.). Unlike optometrists, these doctors are qualified ...read more