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Welcome to Colchester Eye Care and Hebron Eye Care

Eyes are important indicators of overall health, and comprehensive eye care goes beyond a prescription for glasses or contact lenses. At Colchester Eye Care and Hebron Eye Care, we take the time to get to know you, your eye care history, and your vision needs. Our optometrists provide the expert care, advice, options, and follow up you need whether you are a new patient or an existing one.

Looking for an Optometrist in Colchester and Hebron, CT?

Our optometrists take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs.
Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.

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Our staff will help you find the best fit for your specific needs and explain how different lenses and frames will impact your vision.

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Advanced Technology

Learn about the different types of tests and equipment you may experience on a visit to our Practice.

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Comprehensive Eye Exams

Learn about eye exams, what’s involved in a comprehensive exam, and special considerations for kids and contacts.

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Meet Our Doctors

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Dr. Thomas Dempsey

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Dr. Alexandra Sadanowicz

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Dr. Kassandra Wedeking

Great Eyewear and Eye Care in Colchester and Hebron

From our offices in Colchester and Hebron, our Practices serves patients from Connecticut’s New London and Tolland Counties – schedule an appointment today. If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with our Practice.

Q&A About Dry Eyes | Answering Your Eyecare Questions

How can I avoid Dry Eye issues?

Drinking plenty of water, maintaining a healthy diet, keeping your environment as moist as possible--perhaps using humidifiers during winter months, avoid direct air ventilation to the eyes (fans/driving), ensure you are blinking often and completely, take breaks when working on computers or digital devices, and routine check ups with your eye doctor 🙂

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What type of treatment is Prokera?

Prokera is a new treatment option for severe dry eye. It is a natural corneal healing lens, that helps return the surface of the eye to a normal healthy state. Prokera is inserted and removed by a doctor in either Colchester Eye Care or Hebron Eye Care in a manner similar to contacts. Prokera renews the surface of the eye. Clinical studies show that Prokera not only helps sooth pain, but it heals the eye and improves vision. In a clinical survey, 93% of patients that used Prokera for dry eye said they felt better after treat me.

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2.9 MILLION PEOPLE SUFFER FROM SEVERE DRY EYE SYNDROME. WE CAN HELP!

Colchester Eye Care and Hebron Eye Care are leading the way in Dry Eye Treatment! We offer solutions from behavior changes to – Prokera®, the latest and best treatment for severe dry eyes. Drs. Dempsey, Sadanowicz and Wedeking specialize in treating severe dry eye. Severe dry eye can impact your life by making tasks like reading, watching tv, working on computers and driving difficult and/or tiring, it can also lead to eye infection and corneal scarring.

Halloween Eye Safety

October has arrived and that means many people are already starting to plan for upcoming costume parties and trick-or-treating for the Halloween season. This is why now is the time...

World Sight Day Donation

During the month of October, we will be donating $1 for every frame sold to Optometry Giving Sight in support of World Sight Day on October 12th. World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness...

Trouble Seeing the Fine Print? Here are Your Options…

Every good pair of eyes eventually gets old and with age comes a condition called presbyopia. Presbyopia, which usually begins to set in some time around 40, occurs when the...