Comprehensive Eye Exams
for optimal eye health
Eye exams, eye health screenings, prescription updates, and other routine vision care is provided by our Sheboygan optometrists.
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We welcome patients of all ages from young children needing an eye exam before kindergarten, to young adults using their own vision insurance for the first time, to older adults concerned with age-related vision changes.
Whether it’s a regular exam to update your prescription or you need an eye doctor’s note for tinted windows, you’ll find expert care and affordable treatments at Wisconsin Vision.
Book a kid's eye exam online or contact our eye care center today. At Wisconsin Vision, you'll find expert, caring vision services for children, including patients with special needs. Our pediatric optometrists provide eye exams for children aged 3 and older. If your child is younger than 3 years old, please contact us for a referral to a pediatric ophthalmologist.
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Our optometrists provide Sheboygan residents with individualized care, taking the time to educate you about your eye health and answer any questions you may have.
Our state-of-the-art eye care center in Sheboygan includes the latest equipment used to diagnose eye disease and vision impairment. Our eye doctors use early diagnosis, preventative treatments, and a patient-focused philosophy to provide the highest level of eye and vision care to you and your family.
Our Sheboygan optometrists see patients for any type of eye problem, including:
Often our patients ask if it’s “worth” seeing an eye doctor for a bump on the eyelid, a sudden vision change, or eye irritation. In a word: Yes! You only get one pair of eyes, so when in doubt, see an eye doctor. If necessary our optometrists can refer you to a suitable specialist.
Our eye doctors accept more types of vision insurance than other Sheboygan optometrists. You can get a free consultation with a vision care specialist to learn more about our affordable eye care options.
We understand it can be hard to find time to see an eye doctor during the work week. We offer Saturday appointments for eye exams to better serve our patients.
Our eye doctors see many patients who have diabetes. Comprehensive eye exams at Wisconsin Vision are always performed by an optometrist (not a technician) and include dilation. Learn more about eye exams for people with diabetes and book your exam online.
Dry eyes can be temporarily caused by air travel, allergies, prolonged screen time, and other circumstances. Getting older, changes in hormones, digital device use, and many common medications can also contribute to dry eye symptoms.
Chronic dry eye puts you at a higher risk of infections and damage to the corneal surface. When your dry eye lasts longer than a couple of weeks, eye drops stop working, or other symptoms develop, it’s time to book an eye exam.
Many factors can make finding comfortable contact lenses difficult. Conditions such as keratoconus, astigmatism, or dry eye affect the surface of the eye (and how contacts fit). Individual sensitivities and preferences can also make finding the right contacts more challenging.
Finding the best eye doctor for contact lenses is a crucial part of finding your best-fitting contacts. Our eye doctors conduct thorough contact lens exams and fittings to determine the optimal contacts for your unique eyes. We’ll patiently work with you until you’re seeing clearly and comfortably with your contact lenses.
Quality vision care is especially important for individuals with autism and their families. Each patient’s situation is unique. In some cases, an underlying vision problem can contribute to behaviors such as poor eye contact, looking with the sides of the eye, extreme light sensitivity, or hand-flicking movements near the face. Proper vision assessment, vision correction, and/or vision therapy can significantly benefit people living with autism. Our eye doctors provide comprehensive eye health evaluation and vision testing for adult and pediatric patients on the spectrum.
Keeping up with annual eye exams is especially important for adults aged 60 and older. There are many ways aging affects the eyes and vision. We make it easy to access affordable eye care with discounted pricing for seniors and compassionate senior eye care at all our locations. Our eye doctors take Medicare, which may cover certain types of eye exams when you meet the criteria.
Sheboygan’s best optometrists work at Wisconsin Vision, treating patients living in Sheboygan, Kohler, Model, Ourtown, Howards Grove, Johnsonville, Plymouth, Waldo, Gibbsville, Oostburg, Haven, Cleveland, and nearby communities.
Patients at the Sheboygan Wisconsin Vision location can see an optometrist either with or without insurance.
The recommended interval between eye appointments is annually or biannually. If you're experiencing eye discomfort or vision concerns you should see an optometrist as soon as possible.
Children should be atleast 3 year old before beginning yearly eye doctor visits. You should seek a referral for appointment if your child is below 3 years old and is experiencing vision problems and or eye discomfort.
The Sheboygan Wisconsin Vision location is open to see patients from 9am to 3pm on Saturdays.
Seniors can take advantage of discounts including 20% off most products and services.
Yes, our Sheboygan location and all Wisconsin Vision locations are currently hiring.