Crescent Springs, Kentucky

Wing Eyecare

Locally owned and family run eye care since 1914.

Wing Eyecare

705 Buttermilk Pike
Crescent Springs, KY 41017
(859) 341-3937
Wing Eyecare, Optometrists, Health and Beauty, Crescent Springs, Kentucky

Almost 100 years after its first office, Wing Eyecare continues to deliver and provide the best comprehensive family eye care available to the residents of the greater Cincinnati, Dayton, and northern Kentucky. Our offices offer comprehensive eye exams, quality, fashionable eyeglasses and sunglasses as well as the latest in contact lens technology. We strive to provide our patients with quality, professional vision care at an affordable price while keeping abreast of the newest technologies available in service and products.

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3 Ways to Protect Your Eyes From Extended Screen Time , Covington, Kentucky
Prolonged and continuous use of digital devices can damage your eye health. A common eye care concern associated with extended screen time is Computer Vision Syndrome ...read more
What to Expect When Wearing Glasses for the First Time, Covington, Kentucky
Putting on your first pair of prescription glasses is an exciting moment. You can finally see clearly, perhaps for the first time in a while. However, you might also experience some ...read more
What Causes Watery Eyes & How Do You Treat Them?, Covington, Kentucky
Whatever the reason behind your eyes starting to water, one thing is certain: you want it to stop as soon as possible. Eyes that continue to water impair vision, smear makeup, and ca...read more
5 Tips to Prevent Your Eyeglasses From Breaking, Covington, Kentucky
Purchasing eyeglasses is an investment and considering the importance of your eyesight, it’s one you’ll want to protect. Unfortunately, because glasses are worn o...read more
How Often Should You Get New Glasses?, Covington, Kentucky
Many people rely on their glasses in every aspect of their life, such as performing at work, driving, and enjoying their favorite activities. Inevitably, glasses become worn from use...read more
When you need glasses or contact lenses to improve your vision, it’s important to be prepared for a variety of conditions. That’s why eye doctors recommend prescription sunglass...read more
It’s natural for the eyes to weaken with age. Because this decline may be subtle, regular eye exams are essential, especially if you have certain risk factors. After evaluating ...read more
People who need glasses have a unique opportunity to select an accessory they can wear every day. With so many frame options to choose from, knowing where to start can feel overwhelm...read more
Whether you wear contacts all day every day, or just once in a while, proper care is crucial to preserve your lenses and your eye health. When worn properly per your eye doctor’s ins...read more
If you wear prescription glasses, you’ll likely want to extend the lifespan of your eyewear as long as possible. With proper care, you can maximize your investment and get the most o...read more
A stye is a small infected oil duct at the edge of your eyelid, similar to a pimple. Because this area is inconvenient and sensitive, a stye can be a major problem requiring professi...read more
Whether you wear glasses, contact lenses, or enjoy 20/20 vision, maintaining your eyesight is always a top priority. Many patients undergoing eye exams have questions about eye drops...read more
It’s easy to take your eye health for granted until you have a problem. Redness, itchiness, and eye pain or discomfort can be the result of an infection, or it could be nothing more ...read more
A couple coats of mascara and eye shadow can really make your eyes pop and help you feel more confident about your appearance. However, if you’re not careful when applying your makeu...read more
During your routine exam, the eye doctor will carefully examine your eyelids for any issues. Just like your tear ducts, the eyelids may become susceptible to certain infections ...read more
Diabetes is associated with a wide variety of other health issues. Eye problems in particular are common among diabetics, and they may range from minor to severe. Below, yo...read more
Many foods may look appetizing, but that doesn’t always mean they are good for your eyes. For example, excessive sugar intake can contribute to diabetic retinopathy, whereas con...read more
Whether you’ve been staring directly into the sun or working on your computer all day, fleeting vision distortions are usually a normal occurrence. Other times, they may signal ...read more
If your eye doctor has diagnosed you with astigmatism, you aren’t alone. An estimated one in three Americans lives with this condition — and it’s no cause for concern. With prop...read more
If it’s your first time wearing glasses or you’ve recently updated your prescription, you may notice when you remove them that everything looks blurry or out of focus. So do glasses ...read more
Whether it’s your first vision test or you’ve been wearing eyeglasses for years, measuring your visual acuity is important for keeping your eyesight healthy. But what is visual acuit...read more
According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, half of all Americans aged 75 or older suffer from cataracts. Because this vision problem is so widespread, eye doctors urge their...read more
Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is one of the most common eye disorders in the world. Despite its prevalence, this condition is misunderstood by many, even for those who deal ...read more
As a parent, it can be challenging to walk your child through the initial process of taking an eye exam and getting their first pair of prescription glasses. While they may be able t...read more
Whether they have 20/20 vision or wear glasses, all children require annual eye exams to maintain excellent eye health and vision. To ensure your child is prepared for the upcoming s...read more
Cataracts occur when the natural lens of the eye becomes cloudy, impeding the clarity of vision. If left untreated, you can actually see cataracts, which appear as a white clouding o...read more
From the thin eyelid skin to the tissues of the cornea, the eyes’ complex structures are extremely delicate. In fact, even a speck of sand can cause eyes to water, turn red, and prov...read more
Incorporating exercise into your weekly routine is encouraged by health care professionals to keep your body and mind healthy. In addition to the physical and mental benefits, eye do...read more
With summer finally here, your family is likely packing in tons of outdoor and water activities over the next few months. While most people wear sunscreen to protect their skin, they...read more
You probably already know the importance of applying sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun’s harsh ultraviolet rays. However, did you know your eyes need the same protecti...read more
When you’re packing your suitcase for summer vacation, it’s essential to remember your sunglasses. The right pair isn’t just a fashion statement—it’s also an essential tool for ...read more
Doctors will always recommend exercising for your physical health, as it makes you stronger and protects your body from a wide range of common health problems. However, many peo...read more
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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