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Welcome to Trinity Eye Associates
Your Optometrist in Oviedo, FL.

Call us at (407) 678-9151 today.

Is this the year you make eye health a priority? Let our Trinity Eye Associates team help by providing you with a full range of optometry services. Trinity Eye Associates is a comprehensive service eye and vision care center. We offer a one-on-one approach to optometry that means we are there whether you are making an annual appointment for a vision check or if you have an eye emergency. We treat a range of eye conditions including red eyes, dry eyes, macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, pink eye (conjunctivitis), astigmatism, and much more.

At Trinity, we provide expert care options to our patients looking for specialty products that improve their eye health and make their lives more comfortable. It starts with a complete eye exam. A comprehensive eye exam is the best way to assess your eye care needs. We check for both changes in your vision and early signs of eye diseases like glaucoma that can cause permanent damage. Glaucoma increases the pressure in your eye and can leave you blind without early detection.

If you need new eyeglasses, sunglasses, or contacts, we offer a full selection of vision correction products. Our expert staff can help you pick frames that fit both your face and style, update you on all the new trends and explain additional features you might want like tints and coating.

We offer a wide range of contact lens products and solutions for those who to stay free from eyeglasses. We have disposable soft lenses, soft colored contacts and even bifocal products. At Trinity Eye Associates, we have over 10,000 trials in stock.

Vision Assessment and Specialty Services

Once the evaluation is complete, our expert staff can discuss which eye products best suit your lifestyle. Are you a business professional who spends most of your day in front of a computer? If so, we look for signs of computer vision syndrome, such as dry eyes, blurry vision and headaches. If necessary, we can prescribe specially-designed eyeglasses or contact lenses to relieve the symptoms.

Trinity is there for patients who need vision therapy and rehabilitation, as well. We provide therapies that strengthen the eye muscles to correct double vision problems or to treat conditions such as convergence insufficiency. We offer pre and post-operative care for those who undergo surgery to correct their vision.

Our Ortho-K service offers a non-surgical option for those looking to live their lives free from eyeglasses or contact lens. Ortho-K works to reshape the cornea as you sleep for patients who do not qualify for laser surgery due to diabetes, autoimmune disease or a corneal condition such as keratoconus. You wear the Ortho-K lenses at night while you sleep, so you don’t need to wear eyeglasses or contacts during the day.

Emergency Care in Oviedo

If you wake up with pink eye and need medical care immediately, you can come to Trinity Eye Associates for treatment. We are there for eye trauma emergencies such as foreign body removal or to treat an eye injury, as well.

Let Trinity Eye Associates be your full-service eye care center. Schedule an appointment online or call us at (407) 678-9151.

Dr. Jill Ellison and Dr. Don Ellison
Oviedo Optometrists | Trinity Eye Associates | (407) 678-9151

3635 Aloma AveSuite 1029
Oviedo, FL 32765

Testimonial

  • "Outstanding eyecare and customer service! Our family has been coming to Dr. Jill and Dr. Don for years and will continue to trust them for all our vision needs."
    Kristie A. / Oviedo, FL

Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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