Noblesville Eye Care Center
The best gift you can give yourself this holiday season is the gift of sight. You can do that by coming to a Noblesville Eye Care Center near you, such as the Lens Crafters located at Hamilton Town Center. Dr. Amy Walden and her associates are here to help you get the best eye care possible. Contact our office today to schedule your appointment with one of our skilled professionals.
About Dr. Amy Walden and Associates
Dr. Amy Walden has been with Lens Crafters since 1998 and loves to help people see clearer and feel confident. Her trusted associates have been helping Hoosiers with their vision and look forward to helping you see everything. Our main goal is to provide their patients with quality service in a comfortable environment where they can ask questions and receive educated answers.
At Lens Crafters, we offer monthly specials so you can see without breaking the bank. Our current deal is 50% off on all lenses with the purchase of frames. If you need new glasses act now before this deal expires.
Though there is a Noblesville Eye Care Center at our location in Hamilton Town Center, we also have a location in Indianapolis on Keystone Avenue. No matter where you go for your vision needs, you are guaranteed to get amazing service. For more information about Dr. Amy Walden and Associates or Lens Crafters practice, check out our website! We also have a FAQ page to help answer questions that you may have.
Reasons to Come to a Noblesville Eye Care Center
People who are visually impaired, whether they are blind, or use vision aids like glasses or contacts, will come to get their eyes checked out, however, there are a lot of other reasons someone may come to a Noblesville Eye Care Center.
- Eye Diseases and Infections
Getting an eye disease or infection can be debilitating. A lot of people rely on their vision the most out of the five senses, and if there’s a problem they are limited in what they can do until it is remedied. With infections such as pink eye, conjunctivitis, and keratitis, an optometrist can diagnose and treat these infections before they cause permanent damage to your vision. If you are experiencing any of these infections or diseases, contact your healthcare provider or an optometrist for treatment.
- A Sudden Change in Vision
There are a lot of reasons your vision can change. Sometimes it can be due to your family health history, an illness, or you have developed a stigmatism in your eye. Either way, if you have noticed a sudden change in your vision it is best to get it checked out so it can be diagnosed and treated.
- Looking into Getting LASIK Eye Surgery
If you are one of the 2.2 billion people worldwide who are visually impaired then you might have considered getting LASIK eye surgery at some point. LASIK can be expensive and depending on the condition of your eye you may or may not be a good candidate for this type of surgery. It is recommended you talk to your optometrist before spending a lot of money on this surgery.
- Eye-Related Injuries
Accidents and incidents happen. You could play sports and hurt your eye, a kid can play on the playground and hurt themself, the list goes on and on about how you can potentially hurt your eye, but the biggest thing is if you do injure your eye then you should get checked out by an optometrist for treatment.
Dr. Amy Walden and Associates has been helping Hoosiers see better for a long time. No matter what issue you may have, at Lens Crafters, we are happy to help! No matter how your eyes are doing, you should always get your eyes checked out at least once a year, especially if you notice any change in your vision. Check out our locations and contact us to schedule an appointment with us.
Contact Dr. Amy Walden and Associates at the Noblesville Eye Care Center, Lens Crafters!
It is never too late to get your eyes checked out. If you are experiencing any issues with your vision, or you suspect that your child is having difficulty seeing, you should contact us to set up an appointment at our Noblesville Eye Care Center. We look forward to ‘seeing’ you and helping you out, whether it is to get a prescription for new glasses or you are experiencing a difference in your vision.