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Dry Eye Center Keratoconus & Specialty Contacts Low Vision Care

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Dry Eye Center Keratoconus & Specialty Contacts Low Vision Care

Providing Superior Personal Patient Care In
The Greater Seattle Area For Over 20 Years

Low Vision, Specialty Contacts, & Dry Eye Care
In The Greater Seattle Area

From our office in Kirkland, Optical Images serves patients from Washington's Seattle area - schedule an appointment today.

If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with Dr. Cusic and our optometry practices.

Our eye doctor has established himself as the leading low vision clinic in the Seattle area focusing on low vision care for patients with eye diseases such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, Stargardt and other vision limiting diseases. In addition to low vision care, Dr. Cusic offers advanced Scleral lens contacts for patients with corneal irregularities and scarring, Keratoconus, post LASIK complications, and severe dry eyes. 

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What's Our Eye Care Specialty?

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Ross A. Cusic, O.D.

Dr. Cusic is committed to the highest quality patient care. His professional and personalized approach through state-of-the-art technology, old fashioned care, continuing education and clinical research will help you see and feel better.

Read how Dr. Cusic helps legally blind people to see again.

What Makes Optical Images Unique?

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Dr. Cusic is a contact lens specialist, with over
20 years of successful experience treating complicated cases such as:

  • Keratoconus
  • Post Lasik Complications
  • Post RKP / PRK Complications
  • Corneal Ecstasia
  • Stevens - Johnson syndrome
  • Pellucid Marginal Degeneration

Learn More About Scleral Lenses

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Dr. Cusic is known in Seattle for his low vision expertise. The right questions will be asked in determining qualification for low vision services.

Whatever the cause of the vision loss may be,
Dr. Cusic will do his best to preserve the eye sight you still have.

After speaking with Dr. Cusic, He can advise you on specialized reading or telescopic glasses, as well as vitamin supplements.

Learn More About Low Vision
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Dry Eye Syndrome is a chronic condition.
Dr. Cusic can help you to get relief! Symptoms include (but are not limited to):

  • Irritation / Grittiness
  • Redness / Burning
  • Excessive Tearing
  • Blurred Vision
  • Foreign Body Sensation
  • Unable to wear contacts
Learn More About Dry Eye

What Our Patients Are Saying...

Why Choose Optical Images?

Experienced Eye Doctor – Dr. Ross Cusic, O.D. has over 20 years experience as an eye doctor serving the Seattle area, with a focus on specialty eye care in the areas of Kerataconus/scleral lenses, dry eyes, and low vision.

Read more about our technology. – Our team strives to provide the best, most comprehensive patient experience using the latest technology for accurate diagnosis, treatment of eye diseases and advanced fitting of custom low vision telescope glasses, prisms, magnifiers, and scleral contact lenses.

Vision Treatment Specialties – Dr. Cusic has extensive experience treating Dry Eyes, Keratoconus and Low Vision.

Looking For Eyeglasses Or
Contact Lenses In Kirkland, WA?

Our optometry practice carries one of the largest collections of contact lenses, designer frames and eyeglasses in Kirkland area. Our doctor will be happy to assist you with bifocal, multi-focal or daily disposable contact lenses fittings.

Each patient gets a full contact lenses eye exam, after which the best suitable contact lens solution is tailored for his lifestyle and vision needs. Dr. Cusic and the staff at Optical Images are here to help you and to explain how different contact lenses or eyeglasses will impact your vision.

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Optical Images

12011 124th Ave NE
Kirkland, WA 98034

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