Your vision and eye health is one of your most valuable assets, and PineCone Vision Center is committed to helping you receive the best eye care possible. Our mission is to make your experience the most pleasant and memorable it can be.
Our talented team of dedicated Optometrists at PineCone Vision Center will work together to provide the absolute best eye care services to our patients. We pledge to educate and exceed our patients’ expectations, to fulfill our patients’ needs, and to create a lasting relationship.
Contact lenses can provide you with freedom from glasses and enhance your quality of life. PineCone Vision Center takes pride in providing our patients with the healthiest, most comfortable contact lenses on the market. For your convenience, you may order your contact lenses securely and directly right here through our website.
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Suffering From Dry, Irritated Eyes? Learn About Treatments Available!
Our office will be open on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 from 9 am to 4 pm. We have a few openings still available so please call our office to schedule your appointment.
Do you find yourself constantly using eye drops due to dry, scratchy eyes? Maybe you have a feeling that there is always “something” in your eye? Come to our dry eye disease seminar!
Dr. Nick Colatrella and Dr. Jeff Varanelli discuss their presentation on chronic conjunctivitis at the 2016 East West Eye Conference in Cleveland.
Dr. Colatrella and Dr. Hinkemeyer attend training at Alcon headquarter in Fort Worth, TX. What a great opportunity to learn about new products and technology to share with our patients and staff!
Dr. Hinkemeyer is honored to serve on the Illinois College of Optometry Alumni Council in Chicago where she promotes optometric education at her alma mater.