Maple Leaf Optical

 

Maple Leaf Optical, located within Kellis Eye Center, is readily available to meet all your optical needs. Our licensed opticians work closely with physicians to ensure we provide you with the perfect eye wear that fits your lifestyle. From eyeglasses to contact lenses, our focus is customer service. With a wide selection of designer frames, competitive pricing, and skilled, congenial opticians, we’re ready to serve you.

Maple Leaf Optical Hours

Mon., Tues. & Thurs. 9am – 5:30pm
Wed. 9am – 6:30pm
Fri. 9am – 5:00pm
Sat. 9am – 1:00pm

Why Choose Us?

  • We’re a complete Ophthalmology, Optometry and Optical Dispensing practice.
  • We staff full service eye care professionals.
  • We care for Adult and Pediatric clients.

What is the difference between an Ophthalmologist, an Optometrist and an Optician?

  • An Ophthalmologist is a medical doctor and surgeon (MD, or DO) who specializes in eye and vision care.
  • An Optometrist is an eye doctor who examines eyes for both vision and health problems, and corrects refractive errors by prescribing eyeglasses and contact lenses.
  • An Optician uses prescriptions written by an Optometrist or an Ophthalmologist to fit and dispense eyeglasses and other eyewear.

Accepted Prescriptions and Insurances

  • Any current eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions from all Licensed Ophthalmologists and Optometrists
  • Self-pay non-insured frame discount
  • Post-cataract surgery Medicare eyeglasses
  • VSP – Vision Service Plan and discount plans
  • Eyemed Insurance
  • Medicaid
  • Davis Vision
  • Classic Affordable Vision Packages
  • Anthem BC/BS

Optical Dispensary

  • A combination of 87 years optician experience
  • Adults, teens and children’s eyewear
  • Excellent lens and frame guarantees:
  • Frames – One year warranty
  • Lenses – Ninety(90) day warranty on progressive lenses and Sixty(60) day warranty on single and bifocal lenses
  • Premium A/R (anti-reflective coating) two-year replacement

Something to Think About

How well do you see? How well would you like to see? Do you know what you are not seeing? It’s a good idea to have your eyes checked at least every two years, or more frequently, if you have a medical or family history of eye problems such as glaucoma or early cataracts. Vision is something no one wants to lose. To keep your eyes working perfectly for many years to come, make eye health a priority and take the best care of them that you can, regardless of your age.