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Caring Optometrists & Optical Store In Fort Collins, Colorado

At 20/20 Vision Center, our optometrists are here to help protect your most precious gift, the gift of sight. We do not take this responsibility lightly. We understand the positive impact that early detection and intervention of eye disease can have on your quality of life – today and tomorrow. Our Fort Collins eye doctor, Dr. Vosseteig started this eye care practice over 20 years ago with this in mind. He has meticulously designed an eye care experience that makes you feel welcome and at home.

What you’ll notice is that we care: we care about your time, your money, your family and most of all – your eyes! You’ll notice that by our friendly, fun and experienced staff. You’ll notice that by our beautiful, warm and inviting office environment. Even the little details count, like the complimentary coffee, tea, or bottled water, or even the easy and ample parking. You’ll notice we care, through the modern technology and superior diagnostic optometry equipment that we use.

Your Eye Doctors in Fort Collins

We at 20/20 Vision Center are passionate about what we do, and our eye doctors in Fort Collins work hard to form a relationship with you, so we understand your passions, your lifestyle, and what’s important to you. We are here so you can enjoy life to the fullest. So you can see and do the things that you were meant to do. In our Fort Collins office, we work and play in a beautiful place that your beautiful, marvelous and precious eyes were meant to see the best!

We know that choosing an optometrist near you is a big decision, that you can’t take lightly. So, take a look around our vision center, and see what we are all about. Read about our eye doctors in Fort Collins, our technology and our reviews. You can even take a virtual “Office Tour”. When you’re done, give us a call, and we’ll welcome you to our family.

Shop for eyewear that matches your unique style at our optical store. We carry the highest quality modern and trendy designer frame brands from local and world-wide craftsman.

Dry eye syndrome is diagnosed by an eye doctor. We take your symptoms into account, including the eyes feeling dry, burning, itchy, watery or irritated.

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Excellent Vision In 3-Easy Steps At 20/20 Vision Center

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First Step:

Book an Appointment.

You can do so online or call us at 970-276-6060 today!

Get Your Comprehensive Eye Exam.

Dr. Vosseteig will determine your prescription for glasses and/or contact lenses and will evaluate your eyes for any eye diseases.

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Third Step:

Feel Confident About Your Eyes and Vision

Feel confident and assured that your eyes are well taken care of. If you're in need of glasses or contact lenses, our dedicated staff will help you find your perfect fit.

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Our Patients Say It Best...
To Dr. Larsen Congratulations on your retirement after 50 years in the practice. Thanks for the great service that you provided to Sylvia and myself over the years. We wish you the best to you and your family in your retirement. Frank and Sylvia Ethridge
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What Will Optometry Practices Look Like Post-COVID?

COVID-19’s rapid sweep across the country has forced optical practices to make rapid clinical management decisions. Some optometrists temporarily shuttered their businesses due to the pandemic, while others began to offer emergency appointment services and telehealth. 

As mandatory restrictions begin to lift in many locations, optometrists are beginning to open their doors for routine care. But this time around they will implement strict social distancing guidelines and take unprecedented precautions to limit the spread of infection. 

Some of the Changes You Should Expect to See

1) Signage throughout the office spelling out new steps and protocols to ensure maximum safety for staff and patients alike.

 

2) Social distancing will be the new norm. Packed waiting rooms will be a thing of the past. Instead, clinics will be spacing out seating to reduce capacity and scheduling in longer intervals to minimize patient interactions. Some clinics may ask patients to wait in their cars until they receive a text message from the office stating that they can come in.

 

3) Certain practices will require appointments for individuals to see and try on the array of frames and sunglasses at the dispensary. Bookings will be in 15-20 minute increments, accessed by one individual at a time.

 

4) Methods will be introduced to decrease the number of surfaces a patient touches. This may include leaving the clinic’s front door open (or replacing it with a motion-activated door), facilitating cashless payments, and encouraging patients to fill out registration forms online.

 

5) Patients who aren’t feeling well or who have been in contact with someone who is ill will be asked to reschedule their appointment two to three weeks in the future.

 

6) Measuring one’s temperature at the entrance will become commonplace — this goes for both staff and patients. Though not the most reliable screening tool, as those who are asymptomatic can still spread the virus, it will identify some people who aren’t well.  Anyone registering 100.4° or above will be sent home.

 

7) There will be more time between appointments, to allow the staff to thoroughly clean and disinfect before and after each patient’s visit.

 

8) Many eye practitioners will be wearing safety goggles and face masks, particularly during any up-close contact with the patient. Patients may also be asked to wear masks.

 

9) Individuals with suspected ocular infections will be put in a special containment area.

 

10) Practices will frequently wipe down any patient area, including chairs, counters and doorknobs. Every exam room will be completely disinfected between appointments. In the dispensary, frames will be promptly disinfected after patients touch them.

 

11) Patients will be requested to wash or disinfect their hands upon entering the office and when entering different rooms. 20/20 Vision Center in Fort Collins has strict hygiene and sterilization protocols in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other infections. 

 

If you’re dealing with a vision or eye health issue and need to visit 20/20 Vision Center, or if you would like some more information on how we have adapted our practice due to COVID-19, please don’t hesitate in contacting us. We’ll be happy to assist you however we can.

 

20/20 Vision Center serves patients from Fort Collins, Colorado .