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We will be closed the following business days to give our employees time with their families.


As always, we have a doctor on call for emergencies. If you need a prescription refill, please call your pharmacy. If you have a true medical emergency, please go to the ER.

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Join us for National Sunglasses Day on Wednesday June 27, 2018.

We are giving away a new pair of polarized Tory Burch Sunglasses! To win, you must like this post on our Facebook page

We are also holding a workshop from 9:30-10:00 am that day for you to learn about how to make your sunglasses healthier for your eyes. Our optician, Paula, will discuss the proper outdoor eye protection, differences between tinted and polarized lenses, how to reduce glare outside, and show off the newest colors and mirrors to show off your fun in the sun style! All attendees will receive promotional pricing for non-prescription lenses and anyone that needs a new pair of prescription sunglasses will receive 40% off a complete pair (must have a current, valid prescription). Please RSVP on our Facebook event National Sunglasses Day Workshop

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Wednesday June 27th is National Sunglasses Day!

Sunglasses keep your eyes healthy by protecting them from harmful UV rays. To prevent UV-related eye damage, sunglasses should become part of each day’s “out-the-door” routine. UV damage is cumulative, occurring over a lifetime of exposure. Children are extra vulnerable, so get them in the habit of wearing sunglasses early! This will help to mitigate serious vision problems in the future.

Mark your calendar and stay tuned for specials in our Optical Shop!

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KC Eye Clinic and Optical Shop will the closed on the following days to allow our employees to spend time with their families and loved ones. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to everyone and enjoy and safe and joyful season!


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KC Eye Clinic and Zeiss are excited to bring our patients the latest in laser vision correction.


What is SMILE?

SMILE is the latest in laser vision correction for myopia (nearsghtedness), providing LASIK-like outcomes in a minimallyinvasive procedure. A laser is used to create a thin contact-lensshape layer just beneath the surface of the eye and then a small opening through which that layer is removed, correcting your vision. Worldwide, over 750,000 SMILE procedures have been performed by more than 1,000 surgeons. And these numbers continue to grow every day! In fact, SMILE is the fastest-growing laser vision correction.


What are the differences between LASIK and SMILE?


Corneal Flap is made and then the corneal surface is treated with the excimer laser.


Small opening in the cornea is made, and then the treated layer is removed through the incision.

If you are interested in laser vision correction, please call Mary Galloway at 913.322.9141 for more information and to schedule your free pre-screening. Also ask about our seminar and how to save $500 off* your total procedure!

*not to be combined with insurance or other discounts


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Costa Rx

Protect your eyes and get clearer vision for sunny days, outdoor activities, and summer vacations

Visit our optical shop today to select from many styles of Costa prescription sunglasses and everyday frames to fit your lifestyle. Costa’s polarized lenses are available in 580P, 580G and 400P lenses, with the functionality of single-vision, bifocal and progressive prescriptions. A molecular bond on their plastic lenses provides the most scratch-resistant and smudge-free barrier, repelling water, oil and sweat for easier cleaning.

Frame Selection

Large selection of frames for any outdoor activity. Customize your frame with different colors and lens options.

Costa Sunglasses Frame Guide


Choosing a Lens Color

Light conditions are constantly changing. To get the most out of Costa Lenses, it’s important to choose the right color. We offer six lens colors that range from low-light like dawn to extremely bright light with blinding glare.

For offshore, blue mirror is the way to go. For freshwater and inshore, green mirror and copper are great options. For low light at dawn or dusk, sunrise is perfect. Gray lenses are the best choice for everyday activities. Of course, the best way for you to decide is to consider your environment.

Costa Sunglasses Lens Guide


Mirrored Lenses

Our mirrors are more than an aesthetic, they put Costa on the map. Made through a high-tech beam ion deposition process, these multilayered thin film coatings make for the most scratch resistant mirrors out there. By bouncing reflected light away from the eye, they deliver superior contrast and color while enhancing visual acuity. Our mirrors are available in blue, green, silver sunrise and silver copper.

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Written by: Linda Apeles and Ruth Mugalian
Oct. 27, 2016

Ophthalmologist Turns Science Fiction Into Science Fact

Father-of-four Terry Byland was just 37 years old and was falling for his wife-to-be Sue when he began having problems seeing at night. His vision worsened and he started bumping into things.

Soon after their wedding, Terry went to see doctors to seek help and received a devastating diagnosis. They told him he had a degenerative eye disease for which there was no treatment or cure. Seven years later, Terry lost his vision completely.

For many years, Terry worked hard to adjust to living without sight and had accepted he would never see again. Then, one day, he learned an ophthalmologist, Mark S. Humayun, MD, PhD had co-invented a device that might one day help people who have been blinded by his condition regain some sense of sight.

Terry inquired with Dr. Humayun about participating in a clinical trial to test the device. It would be his first step in helping to make possible something that could change not only his life but also those of thousands of people around the world affected by his condition and future generations to come.

Read more about Terry and his journey to sight on the American Academy of Ophthalmology website.

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Bring a new, unwrapped toy to place in our donation box in the waiting room. We will be taking donations through the second week in December.

U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program
The mission of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community in which the campaign is conducted.

Read more about the program at their website: Toys for Tots Kansas City