Our doctors and staff constantly evaluate new technology in products and services to protect and enhance your eyesight so that you fully enjoy the world. We can give specific recommendations for you and the activities in which you participate... Doing so allows Eye Contact to satisfy the needs and tastes of our discriminating patients and to maintain our position as the area’s premier eyecare practice. We also maintain one of the best selections of contact lenses in the Southern Wisconsin area. Call us today for special savings and rebates!
Eye Contact is locally owned and operated. Eye Contact has two offices in Madison; on the west side near West Towne Mall and on the east side near East Towne Mall. We also have an office in Beloit at 1035 Pleasant Street/Riverside Drive (one block north of the intersection of highways 81 and 51), and an office in Lake Geneva at 253 W. Center Street (one block north of Starbucks coffee). See "Locate Us" for land line information and addresses.
We accept EyeMed, VIPA, VSP, NVA, Unity HMO, Physician's Plus HMO as well as DeanCare Point of Service plans. We assist in filing claims for several other insurance providers - call to see if we accept your insurance plan.
Regular eye examinations are an important part of maintaining your best possible vision and eye health.
If you are preparing for your first visit to one of our offices, please remember to obtain past eye records if possible, bring and/or wear your glasses or contacts (including second pairs), sunglasses, list of your current medications and please bring your current insurance card for medical visits and vision exams if applicable. See the checklist in the services area to make sure you have everything you need for us to "anticipate your needs and exceed your expectations."
Call, e-mail or utilize our on-line appointing and go here for an appointment today!
Our mission is to provide you the highest quality eyecare services and materials through our friendly, knowledgeable staff who anticipate your needs and exceed your expectations.
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