Pearson Eyecare Group - Optometrists in Central Phoenix, Glendale and Mesa, AZ
Pearson Eyecare Group has grown into the largest and most successful Mesa, Central Phoenix, & Glendale eye doctor practice next to Lenscrafters in Arizona. This success has occurred because we care about our patients and is primarily the result of our constant quest for excellence in patient satisfaction and eye care technology. We want Pearson Eyecare Group to serve as your family's eye care practice for life. Our practice is conveniently located in Central Phoenix, Glendale, and Mesa to offer eye exams to patients in the surrounding areas.
Our website provides a wealth of information about vision and eye health. Regular eye examinations by your Mesa & Glendale eye doctors are an important part of maintaining your best possible vision and eye health. We are here to meet your eye care needs. Explore our site to learn about the professional eye care services we offer to current and new patients:
- Google Maps and directions
- Request an appointment online
- Provide feedback about your visit
- Email a Doctor or Staff Member
- Educate yourself through our Eye Library
- Our Contact Lens Practice
Welcome to our new location in Phoenix, AZ! Pearson Eye Group is expanding to bring our signature excellence in eye care to another convenient location in Phoenix at Camelback Colonnade. Just like our other locations, our new office is located right next to LensCrafters, providing patient-focused and technologically advanced eyecare along with quick and convenient eye wear. Come on by and check out our new office.
We are the official vision care provider for Grand Canyon University athletics
Contributed by: Dr. Kerry Pearson
Q&A with Dr. Kerry Pearson
Dr. Kerry Pearson Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Is it okay to stretch out how long I use my contacts before throwing them away?
When your doctor prescribes contact lenses, you will also be advised how long it is safe to wear your contacts and how often you should throw away your lenses based on the brand and material that fits your eyes. When worn as directed, contact lenses are a safe way to correct your vision. If you continue to wear your contacts beyond what is recommended, you run the risk of infection or keratitis which is inflammation of the front of your eye (the cornea). It is important to diagnose and treat all potential infection or keratitis early to minimize the risk of permanent damage (in the form of scarring). If you experience symptoms such as redness, pain, light sensitivity, a gritty or scratchy feeling, blurred or hazy vision, or watering, remove your contacts and see your eye doctor as soon as possible. Talk to your doctor about the disposable contact lens options that are best for you.
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- Apr 1, 2015 - Introducing the new 1-Day Acuvue DEFINE Color-Enhancing Contacts
- Mar 31, 2015 - Pearson Eye Care Group Voted "Best of Mesa 2015"