Welcome to The Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center
Your Optometrist in Provo, UT

Call or Text us at (801) 373-4550 today.

Welcome to The Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center located in Provo. Dr. Todd Lewis, Dr. Andrew Smith, and the dedicated staff of The Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center are committed to provide the best services in the optometry field.

Our office offers the following services:

  • Complete eye exams
  • Glaucoma testing
  • Pre- and post-operative care for cataract, lasik, and other surgeries
  • Routine medical visits for conditions such as corneal irregularity or eye disease
  • Cutting edge optometric technology including OCT scans, visual fields, topographies, optos retinal camera, and advanced testing instruments.
  • On-site Optical with a wide selection of glasses
  • Both soft and specialty contact lenses (RGP, scleral, and others) at competitive prices.

For a complete list of services visit our services page or call/text our Provo office at (801) 373-4550.

Our Approach to Optometry

As a premiere eye clinic in the state of Utah, our goal is to achieve and preserve optimal vision. Dr. Lewis and Dr. Smith make it a priority to provide the best care possible by establishing a dedicated relationship with you. Our staff is committed to creating a great experience and exceeding your expectations. Our approach to optometry includes the following aspects.

Personalized Relationships

Patients continue to choose The Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center because of our personalized relationships with our patients. We want you to feel a part of our patient family.

Thorough Eye Care Examinations

The Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center is a full service eye and vision care provider. In addition to scheduled appointments, we accept emergency visits. With new and innovative technology and The Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center is prepared to meet each individual patient's needs.

Patient Involvement

The Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center team are passionate about keeping our patients comfortable and well-informed at all times. We are ready to explain complicated procedures and to answer all of our patients' questions. Additionally, we offer vision financing options if needed

Insurance

Though we accept most major insurance, we recommend that our patients contact their insurances to ensure we are in network. It is ultimately the patient's responsibility to know their insurance plan and benefits. Some insurance we are contracted with include:

  • Altius
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (We are not contracted with Blue plans)
  • Cigna
  • DMBA
  • EMI
  • Medicare
  • PEHP
  • VSP
  • And more!
  • If you do not have insurance, we offer a 20% discount off of our exam price.

Since we are not contracted with all plans within these carriers, we encourage all of our patients to contact their insurance providers to assure we are on your plan. Contact us for more details.

NEW! Using your out-of-network benefits, we accept: EyeMed, Spectera, Davis, BlueView, Superior, and Aetna Vision as our doctors are now open access providers. Use your out-of-network benefits for exams, glasses, and contact lenses and receive additional discounts to lessen your costs. We'll look up your exact benefits when you call to schedule and immediately bill your services the day of your visit!

At The Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at (801) 373-4550 or request an appointment online. Come join our patient family today!

Contact Us

Dr. Todd Lewis & Dr. Andrew Smith

Provo Optometrist | Eye Clinic and Contact Lens Center | Phone (801) 373-4550 | Fax (801) 373-8634

2230 N UNIVERSITY PKWY STE 10A

Provo, UT 84604 1594

Locations

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Office Hours

Saturdays by Appointment Only

Provo Office

Monday:

8:00 AM-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 AM-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 AM-5:00 pm

Saturday:

By Appointment Only

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "He is the best doctor ever, while being super friendly and generous individual. My life had drastically changed for the better because of this man. Angels live with us, he is one of them Thank you Dr Lewis."
    Sage
  • "Dr. Smith is an excellent optometrist. I had a lot of questions and he was able to answer them thoroughly and in a way I understood. I felt that he was very invested in me as a patient and felt comfortable at the office. I would recommend him to any of my friends and family."
    Kayla
  • "These guys know what's up. I'm a complicated patient with left eye trauma and they have been wonderful explaining all the details of my past injuries and helping me with glasses and contacts."
  • "Everything from top to bottom was GREAT!!! Dr. Lewis, his wife, Chaz, and Tracy were delightful to work with today!"
    Tracy

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