By: Christopher Davis | Category: Health & Beauty | Issue: January 2016
Dr. Abby Overstreet-Hogle with a young patient, Alexa.
As we celebrate the New Year, we also begin compiling those infamous New Year’s resolutions. This year, make a commitment to giving your eyes the best possible care and book an appointment with Dr. Abby Hogle-Overstreet at Advanced Vision Center and Eye Boutique in Claremore.
By now, the word is out about the stylish optometry center located at 860 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd. in Claremore. Dr. Abby Hogle-Overstreet leads a team whose service is beyond comparison. With cutting edge technology, multiple exam rooms and a selection of frames that rivals the most hip downtown shops, Advanced Vision Care has earned a reputation as a leader in optometry. In fact, word is spreading beyond the city limits, attracting Tulsans to make the short trip past the Blue Whale and visit the Eyewear Boutique with a zebra in the lobby.
Jason Booze is a Tulsa musician who recently visited Advanced Vision Center. As a drummer for several bands, including Sam ‘n’ the Stylees and Branjae and the Filthy Animals, Booze demands the best value for his money without sacrificing style.
“It’s definitely worth the drive from Tulsa if you want a top-notch experience,” says Booze. “The staff was kind and knowledgeable. Dr. Abby was very thorough, making sure I’d get the best fit for comfort and optimized vision. I definitely plan on returning for my next exam.”
What sets Advanced Vision Center apart from the competition is its unique blend of character, professionalism and welcoming culture. Unlike elsewhere, customers are greeted the second they walk in. Staff members are engaging and go beyond small talk. They ask questions about vision, health, preferences for glasses or contacts, and encourage patients to peruse the selection of frames on display in the lobby.
There, surrounding a real (stuffed) zebra, one will find the latest styles from brands such as Oakley, Coach, Gucci, Maui Jim, Harley Davidson, Ray Ban and more. At the far end of the lobby is a museum-worthy display. Dr. Hogle-Overstreet has curated optometric specimens, including frames and eye exam equipment. Nearby, a corner is dedicated to children, with toys and a DVD player to keep them busy while parents tend to business.
While Advanced Vision Center makes a great first impression, Dr. Hogle-Overstreet and her staff clearly shine in the exam room. Utilizing digital tools, exams are a breeze. Not only does Dr. Hogle-Overstreet catch often-overlooked details, but she can show patients on a computer screen exactly what she can see. This results in a better-informed patient (which increases eye health and customer happiness). Additionally, Dr. Hogle-Overstreet specializes in pediatric optometry and is also equipped to handle emergency and minor eye injury care for all ages. So, if someone suffers an injury on the playground, sports field or at work, he or she can be taken to a trusted doctor for treatment.
Open late on Tuesdays, Advanced Vision offers evening appointment availability for parents who prefer to schedule exams after work or school. Plus, they accept Medicare and Soonercare in addition to most medical and vision insurance plans, including Cigna, Humana, VSP, Aetna, Community Care and Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Don’t miss an opportunity to discover the best vision care in the region. Contact Advanced Vision Center to make an appointment.
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Christopher Davis is an educator and musician, as well as a writer. A California native, he resides in Tulsa with his wife, two sons and a modest menagerie of pets. When he isn't inspiring young minds, you will most likely find him spending time with his family or playing drums and percussion with Project Huckleberry or the Movetet. In addition to Value News, Davis also writes for Currentland. You can view his work at https://seedavis.wordpress.com.
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