How Can We Help You?
We’ve worked to bring the most advanced vision correction and care options available anywhere, right here to the Palouse.
All-laser, completely-custom long-term vision correction performed right here in Moscow. Perfect for people who want to reduce their need for glasses or contacts.
Cataracts are a natural part of the aging process that can be quickly corrected with one of the most common, and successful procedures in medicine.
Advanced, custom lenses that can cure cataracts, and reduce your dependence on glasses and contacts in a single, quick procedure.
Find Your Best Option
Not sure which option is best for improving your vision? Not a problem.
Take our online vision correction quiz to get started.
Give us about 30 minutes, we’ll give you a complete picture of your eye health, along with a brand new prescription for glasses or contacts.
Medical Eye Care
Over 30-million Americans are affected by eye conditions like glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration . If that sounds like you, we’re ready to work together to improve your eye health.
We know it’s almost impossible to make your face look any better than it already does, but we’ve got a studio full of fashion-eyewear, and we’re willing to try.
Meet The Doctors
Alyssa Hoehn, MD
Ophthalmologist & Eye Surgeon
The Moscow native who decided that when it comes to settling down and opening an ophthalmology practice, there really is no place like home.
Tanya Reid, OD
Family Eye Doctor
The established eye doctor who decided that joining our practice was a great way to continue delivering the personal care her patients deserve.
Nevada Sweeney, OD
Optometrist & Family Eye Doctor
The native of Alberta who went to school in Portland, then decided life on the Palouse was a pretty great life to have.
Make an Appointment Today
Whether you’re a new patient, or an old friend, we’d love to see you and find out how we can help you see better.
The Latest From the Eye Blog
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