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Pacific Eye Care of Port Orchard

Pacific Eye Care of Port Orchard

(360) 329-4515

Category: Optical Stores

1135 Bethel Ave
Port Orchard,WA 98366

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Pacific Eye Care of Port Orchard Hours

1135 Bethel Ave Port Orchard,WA 98366

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
From 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am 8:30 am
To 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm
Website:
www.pacificeyecareofportorchard.com
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  • About Pacific Eye Care of Port Orchard

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Welcome to Pacific EyeCare of Port Orchard, the office of Dr's Buchanan & Trull. Serving the people of South Kitsap and the greater Kitsap peninsula since 1985, our staff is committed to achieving your eyecare needs. The professionals at our office provide each patient with quality vision solutions and exceptional customer service. Our staff is experienced in all areas of vision care. Maintaining healthy eyes requires regular vision and eye health examinations. Meet The Pacific EyeCare of Port Orchard Staff W. Earl Buchanan, O.D.Dr. Buchanan graduated from Pacific University, College of Optometry with a doctor of optometry degree. He practiced in Oregon, Missouri and Saudi Arabia prior to settling in Port Orchard in 1985. He enjoys the general practice of optometry, treating patients of all ages with various eye and vision problems. Professionally, he is a member of the Kitsap Optometric Society, having served as its president , a member of the Washington Association of Optometric Physicians and a member of the American Optometric Association for the past 35 years. He has been a member of the Kiwanis and JC's and currently serves on the board of Holly Ridge, a non-profit serving the needs of infants and toddlers with varying development disorders and developmentally disabled adults with employment opportunities. In his leisure time he enjoys golf, traveling, and gardening. He and his wife Dianne live in Port Orchard and have 2 grown sons. Joseph Trull, O.D.Dr. Trull is a life-long Kitsap County resident and is a graduate of Olympic High School. He earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Visual Science from Pacific University and later earned his Doctor of Optometry from Pacific University College of Optometry. After working in Eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon, he joined the United States Navy where he served at Naval Hospital Bremerton. In 2000, he joined Dr. Buchanan's practice. He and his wife Jennifer have 3 children. When he is not at work, you can find him cheering on his favorite teams, or coaching his kids sport teams. Chantal - ReceptionistThe friendly voice you hear when calling to make an appointment is Chantal's. She is our office receptionist and will ensure that all of your scheduling needs are sufficiently met. Chantal treats each patient with the utmost care and concern. Sue - Billing DepartmentSue oversees all billing and insurance claims. She comes to us with over 30 years of experience working in the field of optometry. Sue works diligently to ensure that each patient is handled with exceptional service and care. Ann Marie - Optometric TechnicianAnn Marie has over 20 years of experience in the field. Her goal as a technician is to provide efficient care and ensure that you have a pleasant experience with us. She also assists with contact lens dispensing and management. Jamie - Opticial SupervisorJamie is our dispensary supervisor. She joined our practice in 2007 and comes to us with 6 years of experience in the optical field. She strives to provide exceptional care and will ensure that she meets all of your optical needs. Brenda - OpticianBrenda joined our practice in 2006. She came to us with years of experience in business and customer service. She will make sure that your optical needs are met with quality service and professionalism by offering the latest styles in fashion and lens technology. Visit our website or give us a call today!



Products/Services


Accredited


Astigmatism


Cataracts


Certified


Eyewear Supplies


Farsightedness


Geriatrics


Glaucoma


Locally Owned


Nearsightedness


Onsite Lab


Pediatrics


References Available


Sports Vision





Brands

Contact Lenses,Crizal,Essilor,Fendi



Accreditations


Bonded
Insured
Licensed



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  • You don't have to wear an eye patch during the day, but you should wear it while sleeping because it can protect your eyes from any light that will affect you. And it can prevent you rubbing or touching your eye during the sleep time.

  • Hello, actually it is quite common for one's eyes getting hurt when exposed to bright light suddenly. And when a light is shined into your eyes, your pupil will get smaller because the eye doesn't need all the light shined into your eyes. And when the light goes away, your pupil will dilate. If you see the bright lights suddenly, you will feel the hurt, because the lights may hurt your cornea.

  • As we know, the cornea is regarded as a protective domed layer which is the clear tissue covering the front part of the eye. If you get the corneal edema, your cornea becomes overly hydrated because of accumulated fluid. There are several causes of corneal edema. If you get infection, glaucoma, post-operative eye changes and trauma, you may get high possibility to get the corneal edema. If you wear the poorly-fitting contact lenses or overuse the contact lenses which are over the expired using time, you may find that you could easily get the corneal edema. After you have the corneal edema, you may easily get the blurred vision which will affect your normal way to see objects. If the situation is worse, people with corneal edema may get blurry vision after he wakes up. Some people may even see the halos around the headlights or other kinds of lights when they wake up or before sleep. It is a serious eye disease which needs the high attention.

  • Dear friend, you may get floaters. But I doubt that whether you mean that you have yellow spots on your eyes. Look at a mirror and check about this. If you have yellow spots in your eyes, it might be pinguecula. It was caused by over-exposure to the sun. We can prevent this by adopt proper eye protection. Sunglasses is a good equipment to protect UV light and harsh light when we are outside.

  • It will make you feel so uncomfortable if you are wearing a pair of sunglasses which slid off from your eyes. So just take some measures to adjust them. To adjust your sunglasses, the first thing you should is to Put on your eyeglasses and, while looking in the mirror, identify precisely where the frame problems occur. Then you Tighten or replace the screws on your eyeglasses. Also, you should adjust the arms of the eyeglasses carefully, slowly and gently with your fingers or a pair of needle-nose pliers if necessary. Make a small, corrective bend in one arm at a time. Anyway you can surf the detail on the internet and just have a try. But if you have some problem which you can not solve them by yourself, you’d better go and console it with a professional person.

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  • You have got the watery eyes because of the dryness. You may use your eyes in front of computers for a long time everyday. You may eat food with vitamine A, such as tomatoes, milk, and fish and so on, to make your eyes moisture. And vitamine B1 is also good for your situation which may help you decrease the radiation from the computers.

  • Absolutely yes, they do harm to your eyes and eyesight. Due to fake sunglasses have poor style, materials and workmanship even though they look like the real ones. Firstly, the lens may not be shatterproof and could damage your eyes in an accident. Due to it could provide inadequate or none UV protection. Thus, it enhances the risk of getting cataracts and other serious eye disorders based on harsh UV light. And the lens would be distorted, which would give you headache and visual disturbances. Furthermore, it would make eyestrain and stress easily due to its weak function.

  • Here are some tips to release swollen eyes caused by allergy. First, you can release your eyes with allergy eye drops. Trying an over-the-counter eye drop that can made ti soothe itchy, swollen eyes caused by allergies. Besides, wash your face and rinse out the eyes, or apply a cold compress also a good ways to treat swollen eyes caused by allergy.