At Robbins Eye Center, we have decided to end our relationship with Vision Service Plan (VSP). This, however, does not mean that you must end your relationship with us. Much of your care, including annual eye exams, can be considered medical care, and coverage for examinations with our office can be obtained using your medical insurance. We can still provide you with prescriptions for glasses and contacts, sometimes for a nominal fee. We have a network of VSP-associated optical shops in the Fairfield County area from which we can make recommendations for your glasses needs. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We hope to continue seeing you at Robbins Eye Center.
Robbins Eye Center is pleased to make this special offer:
BOTOX IS NOW $480 FOR 50 UNITS
Call today to schedule an appointment at 203-371-5800.
We moved to a brand new facility in Fairfield, CT, on August 19, 2016! Our new location is at One Sasco Hill Road, Office 202, Fairfield, CT. It is conveniently located off Route 1 and Interstate-95 and near the bus stop.
We welcome new and existing patients at our new location!
Joyce Kaine RN, Surgical Director for Robbins Eye Center, is now taking appointments for Botox. Call (203) 371-5800 today to schedule your appointment.
When it comes to wearing contacts, healthy habits mean healthy eyes. Follow these tips to help prevent eye infections.
- Wash and dry your hands before touching
- Don’t sleep in your contacts (unless your eye
doctor tells you it’s OK).
- Avoid wearing contacts while showering,
swimming, or using a hot tub.
- Rub and rinse your contacts with solution each
time you clean them. Never use water or spit!
- Never store your contacts in water.
- Replace your contacts as often as your
eye doctor says.
- Rub and rinse your case every day with solution, dry with
a clean tissue, and store upside down with the caps off.
- Get a new case at least every three months.
- Only use fresh disinfecting solution in your case—don’t
mix new with old.
- Use only the solution your eye doctor tells you to use.
Your Eye Doctor
- Visit your eye doctor once a year—
or more often if needed.
- Ask questions about how to care for your
lenses and case.
- Take out your contacts and call your
eye doctor if you have eye pain, red eyes,
or blurred vision.
Always Be Prepared!
- Carry a pair of glasses in case you need to take out your contacts.