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Welcome to Sioux Falls Family Vision

Welcome to Sioux Falls Family Vision

We are committed to offering you an extensive array of eye care services utilizing the latest technology available in the eye care industry.

Order Contacts Online

Order Contacts Online

You can now order contacts online with out simple order form.

Now offering SightSync Technology

Now offering SightSync Technology

Do you have headaches, dizziness or fatigue from working with a computer? SightSync can help, Call today to schedule a Evaluation or click here to find out more.

Proudly Serving the Sioux Falls Area for 11 Years

Proudly Serving the Sioux Falls Area for 11 Years

Once again voted the Local Best, Sioux Falls Family Vision is a proven leader in family eye care.

Wondering about Insurance Coverages?

Wondering about Insurance Coverages?

Wondering if your insurance will cover your visit? We accept many of the most popular insurance providers. Click the image for a full list or give us a call to find out more!

Pediatric Eye Health

Eye care for children is much different from that of an adult and even drastically different than that of a senior adult. A child's ability to see develops rapidly in the first months and years of life. You can notice very early that babies will use their eyes to locate people and objects.

If you detect any bizarre visual circumstances we encourage an immediate eye examination. If no distinct abnormality is detected it is suggested that all children have their vision checked within the first three to four years of their life.

As a parent you may see signs of developmental delay or your family might have some history of crossed eyes, or pediatric cataracts. In these cases do not hesitate to get your child’s vision checked out by an eye care professional.

Our optometry staff can give regular eye exams to children. If surgery is required we will suggest an appropriate and trained pediatric ophthalmologist.

Amblyopia

A common childhood vision problem
  • Amblyopia, or decreased vision, is a problem that is ideally corrected while children are young. It is sometimes called “lazy eye.” When one eye develops good vision while the other does not, the eye with poorer vision is called amblyopic.
  • Usually only one eye is affected, but it is possible for both eyes to be “lazy eyes.” Recently, many reports in the medical literature have increased our understanding of how best to successfully treat these children.

Hours of Operation

  • Monday & Wednesday: 8-6
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 8-8
  • Friday: 8-4
  • Saturday: Closed
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