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Our Eye Care Services in Woodbridge, CT

Dr. Alicea welcomes patients from Woodbridge, CT! An eye clinic located near Woodbridge, CT, we treat families and individuals and we offer supreme eye care services, vision testing and contact lenses fitting.

Pediatric Eye Care

pediatric eye care WoodbridgeWoodbridge is a home to few of the best universities in the area, including Yale University which is located just a short drive away, and gives our eye doctor the opportunity to provide not only eye exams, ocular diseases management and LASIK consultations, but also treat many college students.

Our younger patients visit our practice for pediatric eye exams and diagnosis of eye conditions such as amblyopia or strabismus, both common eye disorders at early age. These vision disorders can be diagnosed quite easily, during pediatric vision evaluation, and treated by proper contact lenses and vision training.

Computer Vision Syndrome Diagnosis

Many of the college students who visit Veo Vision Center complain about computer vision syndrome. CSV is an eye discomfort and vision issue, and can cause eyestrain, blurred vision or dry eyes, associated with viewing a computer screen for extended periods. Computer vision syndrome is diagnosed during a comprehensive eye exam, and the treatment may involve not only regular eye care and computer glasses, but also changes to your computer environment.

Eye Emergency Care

Sadly kids tend to get themselves into more eye emergencies then adults. Our optometrist treats many Woodbridge children for conjunctivitis and other infections, removes foreign objects from their eyes and helps them overcome ocular allergies that can cause the eyes to become watery, red and itchy.

Looking for an eye doctor near Woodbridge, CT?
Call Veo Vision Center at 203-553-9797

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Protecting our Patients from Coronavirus

Making sure our patients and staff are safe is our top priority.

While the risk of getting the COVID-19 in the US is currently low, we know many patients are concerned about the spread of Coronavirus.

Protocols we already practice as healthcare professionals are some of the best ways to prevent the transmission of the virus.

If you have recently traveled outside of the US, or have had close contact with someone who has, or if you have a fever, cough or other symptoms of acute respiratory distress, please call our office to reschedule your visit. Many of our patients are children and elderly and have unique risks if they are exposed to COVID-19.

Thank you for helping us to protect all of our patients.