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Advanced Eye Care of Connecticut is a state-of-the-art eye care facility conveniently located in Fairfield, CT.

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Phone - 203-292-8101

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We provide high-quality vision care with kindness, compassion, and cutting-edge technology.

Believe Your Eyes Again.

The role of an eye doctor seems simple enough.

Assess for dry eye, allergies, and inflammation. Check for diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. So on and so forth. In all actuality, the eyes are very complex organs which connect to the rest of the body.

Early signs of diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and other diseases can be detected through a deep look at the eye.



Take control of your most precious sense.

Contact lenses are more useful than glasses for many people.

They don’t weigh down your face. They usually don’t fall off (or out). You don’t have to keep track of them... and they basically allow you to be you. Contact lenses are also very comfortable and should be worn with ease. They also allow for improved peripheral vision, and may even boost your self-esteem.

Some patients love their contacts so much, they’ll go as far as hiding symptoms because they don’t want to change their daily routine.



Treat your signs and symptoms of dry eye.

At Advanced Eye Care of Connecticut, we know dry eye can burn you out in more ways than one.

Not only does this painful condition cause several eye related problems, it can also trigger other health issues such as anxiety and depression. When the right treatment is introduced early, relief is never too far behind. However, when the disease progresses unchecked, long-term complications tend to occur.

If you're suffering from dry eye, try not to panic because you can find help from your local eye doctor.



Let's see the big picture, together.

Glaucoma is one of the most harmful eye diseases that can take you by surprise if it's not detected early. To put it in perspective, think of glaucoma like a heart attack. You can go a long time without thinking or feeling anything is wrong, then one day it hits you.

There are typically no early warning signs or painful symptoms of open-angle glaucoma.It develops slowly and sometimes without noticeable sight loss for many years.