Make Us Your Cincinnati Eye Doctor
Eyes are important indicators of overall health, and it’s important to have regular eye exams with an optometrist in Western Hills and Tri- County whether or not you wear eyeglasses or contacts. From the time you enter one of Dr. Timothy Kenkel and Associates’ two conveniently located practices in Cincinnati, OH, our friendly trained staff will provide you with the most caring and professional optometric care.
With the latest and most advanced technologies, diagnostic equipment for macular degeneration & glaucoma, OCT, visual field analyzer and retinal and glaucoma screenings, we’re equipped to care for all eye health conditions. We carry the largest contact lens inventory, can fit you immediately with a trial pair of contacts, and have a same day contacts dispensary.
With our convenient locations right next to LensCrafters, we’re your one-stop shop for your regular eye exam and all of your eyewear. Proud members of the Cincinnati community, we’ve never turned away a patient, providing patients from Western Hills, Hamilton, Forest Park, Fairfield, Bridgetown, and other surrounding areas of Ohio with the finest quality vision care for almost 20 years.
So whether you need a routine eye examination, treatment for eye disease, consultation for eye surgery such as LASIK or cataract surgery, lost your contacts, or have an eye infection, Dr. Timothy Kenkel and Associates are open 7 days a week, to provide you with the best treatment, advice, and follow up care.
DO YOU NEED AN EYE EXAM IN CINCINNATI?
We serve the Forest Park, Bridgetown, Western Hills, West Chester, Springdale and Fairfield areas. Call our Cincinnati area optometry practice to schedule an appointment today.
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