General Eye Care

Dr. Kristopher Hubbard

Let us focus on you so you can focus on what matters.

Our doctors and staff are your partners and advocates for your health, and you can rely on our comprehensive services at every stage of your life. For decades, patients have entrusted their vision to the doctors and staff at the Cheyenne Eye Clinic so they can live the life they want and focus on what matters to them—whether that means more time with family and friends, biking on the Greenway, or furthering their career.

From routine eye exams to optical services, we take your health very seriously. Whether you’re a new patient or you’ve been with us for years, we thank you for your trust.

Routine & Diabetic Eye Exams

At Cheyenne Eye Clinic, we believe strongly that eye health begins with regular exams.

Routine eye exams are important to maintain good eye health. Certain eye diseases do not have symptoms, therefore regular eye examinations are imperative to diagnose potentially sight-threatening diseases. Diagnosis of eye disease at an early stage can often help to prevent or significantly slow vision loss.

Annual exams are especially important for patients diagnosed with diabetes because they are at higher risk for many conditions and diseases.

If you have any questions about the health of your eyes, please do not hesitate to ask us! We welcome any question you have and take great pains to help all our patients make comfortable, informed decisions about their health.

Contact Lens Fittings

The goal of contact lens fitting is to find the most appropriate contact lens for each patient’s optimal comfort and vision. A wide variety of types, materials, sizes, and colors are offered. We are committed to taking the time and making the effort to fit you properly. Although many patients will need only one fitting session, sometimes this process requires several appointments. In our experience, the extra time, effort, and patience improve your satisfaction with contacts and the health of your eyes.

You will be provided with personalized instruction in the safe care and usage of your new lenses. Upon completion of a successful insertion and removal session, you may begin wearing your lenses and we will schedule your first follow-up appointment.

The fitting fee is due when lenses are fit. The contact lens charges are due on delivery of the contacts. The only exceptions are therapeutic lenses, which are medically necessary.

Your optical group is phenomenal. They take their time with each patient and fitting, answer any questions you have and help you make informed decisions when choosing frames.Rob


What tools are used during an eye exam? How do you determine a young child’s prescription?

Dr. Kristopher Hubbard answers these questions and shows us what technology is most commonly used during an eye exam.

Posted by Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center on Tuesday, December 4, 2018


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