Will Pentecost, OD

Optometric Physician
I have practiced as an associate doctor at a dozen different clinics in the Seattle area since 2008. I started Eye Eye to provide my own brand of accessible, independent, and honest eye care. I love talking about vision, and I treat each patient as an individual human being.
Gulshan Karamchandani, OD
Optometric Physician
Daniel Volland, OD
Optometric Physician
Milli Militi Jigamian, LDO, ABO, NCLE
Licensed Optician
David Henton, LDO, ABO
Licensed Optician
Christian van Vliet, LDO, ABO, NCLE
Licensed Optician
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Do you take insurance?

Yes and we bill them directly for exams and glasses. We are in-network with most medical insurance, including Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Lifewise, Premera, Uniform, Regence, Aetna, United, First Choice, Group Health, Medicare and Apple Medicaid. Each person's situation is unique, and we're happy to look your's up for you. Just email us at info@eyeeye.care

Do you do the lenses too?

Yes, all the lenses. We have our own lab, and we have access to other independent labs. We can customize them just the way you like it.

What else do you do?

We carry the best drops and supplements to keep your eyes healthy and comfortable. Schedule an exam to know which ones you need.

What's the parking situation?

Most of the time you can find a free 2-hour spot on our block. Around 4:00 it gets tougher, and there is a garage just around the corner on 14th Ave.

What is astigmatism?

This is the #1 FAQ. It means your eye focuses light at one plane differently than light at the complementary plane. For example, you may see the vertical part of a letter more clearly than the horizontal part. Or it could be one part of the letter X more clearly than the other part if your astigmatism is oblique. The secret is that everyone has it. The question is, how much?