Our office will be closed for vacation Monday June 10th through Wednesday June 19th.

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View of the Wepawaug Bridge

(Doctored a little to get rid of wires, etc.)

   Our Normal Office Hours are:

Monday: 9am-6pm

Tuesday: 9am-6pm

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: 9am-6pm

Friday: 10am-3pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Life unfolds in myriad hues, and within its vibrant canvas, your eyes play a pivotal role. They are more than mere windows to the world; they are the conduits through which you experience joy, wonder, and connection.

Consider this: Imagine a sun-kissed morning in Milford, Connecticut. The azure waters of Long Island Sound stretch out, merging seamlessly with the sky. The verdant hills embrace the coastline, and the world awakens to a symphony of colors. In this picturesque setting, your vision becomes an artist’s palette, capturing every detail—the cerulean waves, the emerald foliage, and the golden sunbeams.

Yet, beyond the scenic vistas lies a deeper truth: Your eyes are not just passive observers; they are active participants in your journey. Whether you’re savoring a breathtaking landscape or deciphering the nuances of a loved one’s expression, your eyes are at the heart of the experience.

But what if this remarkable gift of sight were compromised? What if the vibrant tapestry of life faded into shades of gray? It’s a sobering thought. That’s why regular eye examinations are crucial. Our office is dedicated to ensuring that your eyes function optimally. We employ cutting-edge instrumentation to diagnose and monitor conditions like glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetes-related visual changes.

And there’s more: Eyeglass frames, lenses, contact lenses, and specialized treatments—our repertoire is as diverse as the colors of a rainbow. Imagine the excitement of discovering a new pair of glasses that not only enhances your vision but also complements your style. Picture the clarity of vision that comes from precisely fitted contact lenses. These options aren’t just practical; they’re transformative.

So, let us be your partners in preserving the beauty of your eyes. Schedule an appointment today, and together, we’ll ensure that your sight remains as vivid as the sunsets over Milford’s shores. Because life’s palette is meant to be savored in all its brilliance, and your eyes deserve nothing less.

Give us a call at (203) 877-4060. 
Our office is located at:
122 Broad Street, Milford, Connecticut.
Our Site

Though the office has had another website EyeDocTom.com this one is an additional site.  Please look us up on your Google search and rate us (Reviews).  We would love to have your feedback and hope we can help you in developing a better view and 'outlook' to our rapidly changing world.  Look at our site and enjoy the different elements of it.  Especially look at the Eye Conditions - which include links to Optical Illusions and some unusual condition such as Phantom Vision - it's been around for a long time but it's a new interest.  Look, see, and experience!

 

 

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.