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Dr. Pollock’s Retirement Reception

On February 9, we held a retirement reception for Dr. Pollock at our Oakville location. Throughout the night, approximately 150 people- patients, friends and family- came to give their gifts and say their goodbyes to our great doctor. Dr Pollock has been with Crown...

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How Animals View The World

How many of you have ever wondered how different animals view the world? It is hard to imagine how they view different objects, and how much it differs from human vision. We focus a lot on what our eyes see and how incredible they are, but we thought it would be fun...

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I Only Have Eyes For You

Not sure what you and your loved one are doing for Valentine's Day? We have you covered!   Enter to win our Valentine's Day Gift Basket! LIKE Crown's Facebook page, COMMENT, & SHARE our Facebook post for your chance to win! We will randomly select one lucky winner on...

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New Vision for the New Year

The beginning of a new year brings many possibilities. Crown Vision Center wants to make sure you enter the new year with clear, crisp vision. Whether that be better eyesight (we have all the designer eyewear you could ever want) or a specific vision for your future,...

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Light Up Your Holiday’s

Christmas is right around the corner- and if you're anything like us at Crown Vision Center, you are trying to make time to enjoy festive Christmas lights in your busy holiday schedule! We have compiled some of our favorite spots around St Louis to see holiday lights....

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“Baby, It’s Cold Outside”

Yes, it's very cold outside. So really you'd better scurry... over to Crown Vision Center to get some sunglasses to protect your vision! While it is very important to protect your eyes in the warm summer months, it is just as important to protect your eyes in the cold...

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‘Tis The Season For What To Wear?

'Tis the season for spreading holiday cheer, dinner parties, and holiday functions. There is bound to be plenty of family, friends and food this holiday. From extravagant events to laid-back potlucks, this season will surely bring it all! The only question left to...

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A Feast Fit For Your Eyes

It's no secret that when it comes to Thanksgiving, the food is one of the most important factors. Nothing compares to the love radiating around the dinner table with all of your close family and friends. While we can only imagine what the conversation topics will be...

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Crown Vision Center is more than glasses!

Crown Vision Center provides patients with all aspects of eye care services including: eye exams, contact lenses, eyeglasses, sunglasses, LASIK Surgery and diagnosis of eye diseases. Vision is easy to take for granted, until we lose it or experience an eye related...

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Eye Would Definitely Wear That!

In light of recent world events, we at Crown Vision Center wanted to spread a little positivity and put a smile on our customer's faces. It's no secret that designer eyeglasses and polarized sunglasses are our specialty. In fact, we could talk about our amazing...

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Maintaining Eye Health in the Kitchen

Last week we talked about World Sight Day, eye health, and the importance of scheduling your annual eye exams. This week we wanted to touch on a few things that you can do in the kitchen to maintain your eye health! Your eyes are a vital organ in your body that you...

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World Sight Day

World Sight Day is today – October 13, 2016! Crown Vision Center is committed to your eye health. Eye health is best when tackled as early as possible, even if you don’t have poor vision. We recommend scheduling your eye exams yearly, for both adults and children....

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Framing Your Fall Fashion

Wondering how you are going to spruce up your fall wardrobe this year? Should you stick with yellow frames or should you resort to blue? Are red eyeglasses a statement piece or a no-no this fall season? Don't sweat it! We have tons of designer frames that will look...

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