Dry Eye Products
Bellevue, Kirkland, & Seattle

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Treat Yourself, or at Least Your Dry Eyes

Living with dry eyes can be irritating and uncomfortable. Specialty Eye carries your dry eye products, so you can get the relief you deserve.

Looking for solutions to your dry eyes? Specialty Eye will assess your eye health and our expert optometrists at our Dry Eye Center can recommend treatments to best treat your dry eye symptoms.

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Specialty Eye carries a wide variety of high-quality dry eye products to help relieve your acute or chronic dry eye symptoms.

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Our Locations

Bellevue

Steps away from beautiful Bellevue Square Mall, our office is conveniently located just off the I-405 on 106 Avenue NE.

  • 225 106 Ave. NE
  • Bellevue, WA 98004

Kirkland

Next to the Evergreen Hospital, our convenient location is on NE 128 Street, just off the I-405.

  • 11830 NE 128 St., Suite 1
  • Kirkland, WA 98034

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Our Expert Blog

What Are Toric Contact Lenses?

Specialty Contact Lenses

The idea that those with astigmatism can’t wear contact lenses has long passed. With our expertise in specialty contact lenses, we can help patients with astigmatism see clearly without glasses. In some instances our patients had been previously told they were not able to wear contact lenses due to the shape of their eyes. However, […]

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May 18, 2023
Dr. David Kading

Can Keratoconus Be Cured Permanently?

Keratoconus

Your cornea is the window into the eyes that allow you to take in the world around you. When your cornea is misshapen, too thin, or damaged, you may have keratoconus, compromising your vision and making it difficult to perceive your surroundings. At Specialty Eye, our specially trained doctors can detect and treat keratoconus using […]

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May 18, 2023
Dr. David Kading

Can Vision Therapy Cure Strabismus?

Strabismus

Strabismus, also known as crossed eyes, is an ocular condition where your eyes don’t properly align. It can cause various visual problems, including double vision, reduced depth perception, and vision loss. Our vision therapy programs can be a valuable treatment to help correct your strabismus. Vision therapy provided by knowledgeable, experienced eye doctors can be […]

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May 11, 2023
Dr. David Kading
Drawing showing regular light refraction, compared to an eye with astigmatism and after correction.

The idea that those with astigmatism can’t wear contact lenses has long passed. With our expertise in specialty contact lenses, we can help patients with astigmatism see clearly without glasses. In some instances our patients had been previously told they were not able to wear contact lenses due to the shape of their eyes. However, […]

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Up close photo of a male patient exhibiting keratoconus in the left eye.

Your cornea is the window into the eyes that allow you to take in the world around you. When your cornea is misshapen, too thin, or damaged, you may have keratoconus, compromising your vision and making it difficult to perceive your surroundings. At Specialty Eye, our specially trained doctors can detect and treat keratoconus using […]

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Young girl wearing a pair of glasses with a purple occlusion patch covering the right eye.

Strabismus, also known as crossed eyes, is an ocular condition where your eyes don’t properly align. It can cause various visual problems, including double vision, reduced depth perception, and vision loss. Our vision therapy programs can be a valuable treatment to help correct your strabismus. Vision therapy provided by knowledgeable, experienced eye doctors can be […]

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