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Family Eye Clinic – Pullman, WA
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Eye Clinic Pullman WA

Whether you come to Family Eye Clinic for a serious vision disorder, corrective surgery, or simply to pick out your next glasses from our large selection of the latest eyewear, you’ll enjoy personal service, attention to detail, and state-of-the-art technology. Our patients rave about our kind, friendly, family atmosphere.

Pullman’s eye doctor, Dr. Dan David, received his Doctor of Optometry degree in 1978. He has been in private practice ever since, and has lived in Pullman since 1986. He is a Board Certified forty-year member of the American Optometric Association, a fellow of the Academy of Optometry and the American Board of Clinical Optometry. He has written several professional articles on eye care.

What’s New

“Bright Eye-deas”

We’ve introduced a new feature to our website: tidbits of tips and information we call “Bright Eye-deas.” Look for them in the right-hand column on all our inside pages.

Tips for Contact Lens Wearers at Every Age

How Long Can I Wear My Lenses?
Replace your lenses as often as the doctor suggests, even if you don’t wear them every day. For instance, if you have the disposable kind that are good for […]

As We See It (Blog)

Digital Progressive Bifocals

Needing a bifocal is a benchmark in life much like one’s high school diploma, first kiss, first pay check, or […]

Peripheral Vision Testing

What you call peripheral vision tests, doctors call central fields (CFs). As a science it’s known as perimetry. It tests […]

Life, Death, Cataracts and Taxes

Cataracts, just as death and taxes, are something everyone will experience. Of course if you die at age three, you’ll […]

Christmas and Clarity of Focus

In eyecare clarity of focus is important. It can even change our lives this time of year, or so some […]

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