- 5000 slideleft
- 5000 slideleft
- 5000 slideleft
Contact Scott Webb
Our offices are open Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
198 North Main St.
Rutland, Vermont 05701
Scott Webb Optometry has been in business since 1982 in central Vermont with a dedicated and professional team of certified staff. Our goal is to give you the best eye care in the most comfortable setting.
Eye care is more than just a good pair of glasses
The gift of sight is a precious one and yet many of take our vision and the health of our eyes for granted. We are committed to helping you preserve the health of your eyes no matter what your age or physical condition. Dr. Scott F. Webb has been providing the latest in optometric services to our patients since 1982. In that time eye care has seen dramatic improvements in practices and procedures and Dr. Webb has been a leader in offering these services to our valued patients. We are committed to educating our patients to ensure they make the most informed decisions possible concerning the health and welfare of their eyes.
Our goal is to offer the most comprehensive and advanced eye care available by providing state of the art diagnostic procedures and treatments of a wide variety of vision problems as well as eye diseases. From simple vision correction procedures to treatment of eye diseases to eye emergencies Dr. Webb has the experience, the training, the advanced technology and the caring attitude that has made us a leader in the field of total eye care.
We only offer the best in eye care brands
You are never too young to begin proactively caring for your eyes and we recommend regular comprehensive eye examinations for children and adults to ensure the health of their eyes. We are happy to see a child of any age if you have concerns about their eyes. Beginning at age 3 children should be seen, followed by an eye exam at least every two years if there are not any issues. Children having trouble in school should definitely be seen by Dr. Webb. Often, there is an underlying vision condition that is a contributing cause. Adults should have their eyes examined every one to two years depending on risk factors, age and overall physical health. Contact lens wearers must be seen every 12 months.
Sight-threatening diseases such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and many more are just a few of the disorders that we will test you for. Some eye diseases do not have any symptoms so it is vital that adults have yearly eye exams to detect these disorders. The office is equipped with state-of-the-art technology such as a Humphrey Visual Field analyzer, a stereo fundus camera for photographing the inside of the eye and a special analyzer which detects glaucoma at an early stage. We have many active patients that Dr. Webb is treating for glaucoma.
The office is also well-stocked with an extensive display of the finest eyewear from manufacturers such as Oakley, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Carrara, Kate Spade, Fysh and more.
We have a staff of three that we are very proud of. Lisa Fish, contact lens technician has been with the practice for 22 years. Lori McKeon, optical expert has been with us for 15 years. Colette Webb is the office manager. We feel very fortunate to have these fine professionals working here and we value their many years of experience.
Please call today for an appointment.