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1724 W. Kearney St. Ste. 116
Springfield, MO 65803
Phone: (417) 865-4448View Map

Our Hours

  • Monday:  9:00 - 5:00
  • Tuesday:  9:00 - 5:00
  • Wednesday:  9:00 - 5:00
  • Friday:  9:00 - 5:00
  • Saturday:  by appt.
  • Thurs. & Sun.  Closed

Convenient Patient Resources

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Welcome to Advanced Family Eye Care of Springfield, MO

Our optometric practice proudly serves the Springfield, MO area with a tradition of quality service and a friendly staff. Dr. Cook takes great pride in offering every patient the absolute best in vision care—whether through fitting them with eyeglasses or contact lenses, diagnosing cataracts, glaucoma, and other eye diseases, or recommending LASIK and other eye surgery procedures.

Our expert optometrist and experienced staff will take the time to answer all of your questions, explain treatment options, and provide the highest quality eye
health treatments available.

Dr. Cook

Dr. Cook

After graduating from Southern California College of Optometry in 1980, Dr. Cook moved back to MO...

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Built on the foundation of patient convenience and satisfaction, Advanced Family Eye Care serves all of your family’s eye care needs under one roof. Come visit our modern facility and friendly doctor and staff!

Vision Wellness News

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Eye Safety News: Latest fireworks report highlights dangers to eyes.

U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission advises avoiding fireworks, even sparklers.

Eye News - National Sunglasses Day is Monday, June 27th

Download and share a great infographic from The Vision Council! #NationalSunglassesDay

Sunglasses on kids - just as important as sunscreen!

Oh joy! Summer has officially started, so protect your kids' eyes with good-quality sunglasses.

37% of U.S. parents with kids at home say their children have NEVER had an...

Unfortunately, these kids may be at risk for vision problems.

Do you use your vision insurance? Don't let your benefits go to waste!

Many parents with vision insurance don't get eye exams for themselves or their kids.

Today is National Children's Day! Celebrate by scheduling your child's next eye exam.

Want your kids to do well in school this year? Get their eyes tested and give them a head start on good vision.

Chris Paul's Game Vision app aims to help boost sports vision skills.

Fun app from an NBA star may help improve visual processing speed.

Yes, bright lasers can distract pilots. But can the beams also injure their eyes?

Learn what happens to pilots' eyes when a laser device is aimed at an airliner cockpit.

May 31 is World No Tobacco Day. Learn about plain packaging for cigarettes: could it...

Australia, Ireland and other countries have plain-packaging laws now. Who will be next?

Too much smartphone use may lead to crossed eyes in kids, says new research.

Strabismus: A new symptom of computer vision syndrome in children?

Why should we take care of our eyes? This infographic explains. Available in English and...

Our Eyes Are Important, says this National Eye Institute infographic. Spanish version, too.

Hazy, blurry vision is a sign you might have cataracts. Time for an eye exam?...

Learn about cataracts, how they blur your vision, and how they are removed.

Today's AccuWeather UV Index

Protect your eyes from harmful UV rays! Check the UV levels before heading outside.

Eye News - May Is Healthy Vision Month!

Tip no. 4: Wear protective eyewear. (See more eye health tips...)

Here are great tips for stimulating your baby's vision development!

Did you know? Keeping your appearance consistent helps your infant recognize and interact with you.

New Vision Council report has info you may not know about sunglasses and UV rays.

How to choose the right sunglasses, UV risks to eyes, myths vs. facts - it's all here!

A bump on your eyelid may be a chalazion. What to do if you get...

A chalazion is not a huge deal, but if you get them often, prevention is possible.

Is Everyone With Blue Eyes Related?

People with blue eyes probably have a common ancestor. Find out when he or she lived.

Why do some people have two different colored eyes?

Quite a few people have heterochromia, including celebrities like Mila Kunis and Alice Eve.

It's 4/20! Important reminder on this unofficial cannabis holiday: Marijuana Does Not Treat Glaucoma.

Despite popular belief, weed is NOT a substitute for glaucoma meds. Learn the facts.