Welcome to Our Office!

Just a gentle "Welcome to Our Office" located in Downtown Milford, Connecticut.  It is an upper middle class town with a spaceous Green, a harbor, and great history.  There are monuments on the Green to celebrate the town's history from 1639 including Civil War, World War I, World War II, and Vietnam.  Though you may be coming to our office for great eyecare, you may also be coming to our office for the great town.  It's one with plenty of history, plenty of tourist attractions, and plenty of places to eat and visit!

The Great State of Connecticut is one that has had  much manufacturing but that has changed over the past 20 years.  It still has a zest for energy and a zest for the new and different.  From Art to Architechure, from food to fashion, from high heat to cool cold, it's the best of New England and a town that your would enjoy.  If you're a native, enjoy the newness of discovery.  If you're a visitor, enjoy the discovery of newness.  It's like Columbus Discovering America...he didn't discover something that didn't already exist...but he brought a different world to a different world.

Welcome to our office and welcome to Milford!

In our office, we utilize new technology such as Retinal Cameras, Laser Scanning Devices, and other computer guided equipment to test for and provide you knowledge for you, your family, and friends eyecare needs.  From examinations to treatment, from glasses to contact lenses,  from pediatric care to geriatric care we provide up to date services and devices to help you bring you the sight you need to function and look your best in today's fast paced-visually guided world.

Great Care Is Not Without A Price

In our office, we provide care but not free care.  Good care costs money and our office is no different than other business and care providers.  If we're not watching the numbers, we're not in business and we cannot provide quality care for you!  We hope that you understand that updating our equipment, software, staff education, office surroundings, and payroll have costs.  We do take insurance and that costs our office staff: time, energy, and psychological stress in dealing with confusing web sites, long on-hold times, and unsympathetic and unrealistic insurance carriers.  We hope that if we are filing your insurance (and waiting patiently for your insurance carrier's money owed to us) that you will have patience with our office.  If you have insurance but don't know it, we don't know it!  You need to bring and be aware of insurance for us to bill your carrier.   Many of our patients think that we are the insurance company but we are the "toll collector" and you may want to blame us for your insurance carrier or your employer's inaccurate information - that is understandable but does take it's "TOLL" on our staff.  To that note, please be aware of your insurance, bring your insurance information to our office, and be courteous and patient with our staff.  They utilize health care also and see your dilemma with health insurance and want to help you.   Insurance companies are an important part of the Connecticut and national economy...but that doesn't mean it's simple!

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Mondo Ponds in Milford, CT - a summer morning walk through the park.
View of Charles Island from Silver Sands State Park boardwalk in Milford, CT.
Landing bee at Beaverbrook Trail in Milford, CT
Statue of Lady of Good and Evil in a home garden in Milford, CT
Early morning sunrise at Mondo Ponds in Milford, CT just before the clouds roll in for an overcast day.
City Hall in Milford, CT
View of Charles Island from Fort Trumbull in Milford, CT in winter.
View of the beach looking toward Silver Sands State Park in Milford, CT
View of the reed grass and boardwalk at Silver Sands State Park in Milford, CT
View of an estuary behind the Animal Shelter in Milford, CT
Early morning view of Charles Island from the beach area near Silver Sands State Park in Milford, CT
The Gazebo/Bandstand on the Green in Milford, CT
A winter seagull from the beach looking out into the Long Island Sound in Milford, CT
View of Charles Island on the Long Island Sound from Walnut Beach in Milford, CT
View of Wepawaug Bridge under the train tressle on Prospect Street. I doctored this image to get rid of wires and roof fans!
View of Mondo Ponds in Fall 2016 - just before the leaves fell.
A wild turkey in a side yard October 2016 showing it's feathers!
Closest view of the moon in November 2016.
Swirl of leaves at Mondo Ponds - shot at about a 30th of a second rotating the camera circularly.
A beautiful early morning late March snowfall. Snow was gone by noon that day.