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Welcome to Rosen Optometry! 

Serving Crestwood, Affton, Concord Village, South St. Louis and South St. Louis County.

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Welcome to Rosen Optometry: A Vision Source Practice

At Rosen Optometry, is proud to be the leading Vision Source eye doctor. Our eye doctors and staff work together to take care of your eyes. We are dedicated to providing our patients with the best eye care in St. Louis. Offering more than just eye exams and pediatric eye care, our Practice has extensive experience treating eye diseases, handling eye emergencies like foreign body removal, and providing eye surgery and LASIK co-management. You can read more about our eye care services here.

vision source eye doctor st louis moOur eyewear dispensing goes beyond customizing prescription glasses in St. Louis. Our optometrists have visited developing countries around the world to provide eyeglasses to those in need. We also provide free eye exams for infants through the American Optometric Association InfantSEE® program. Find out more about our unique Optometric Practice.

Back home, we stock our optical with a wide range of contact lenses and eyeglasses including designer eyewear frames, offer online contact lens purchasing and continue our tradition of dedication to advanced technology.

Your Vision Source Eye Doctor in St. Louis

Rosen Optometry is associated with VisionSource and we work with many insurance plans including VSP and CareCredit. You can ask our friendly staff for more information about insurance. Call during our office hours to speak to someone at the office and book an eye exam. Or request an appointment online, fill out registration forms and get Google Maps directions any time.

Our St. Louis eye care Clinic has been serving Crestwood, Afton, Concord Village, South St. Louis, and the surrounding area for over 25 years. We welcome new patients of all ages to join the ranks of our many happy clients.

Watch this video to see why you need to visit Rosen Optometry at least once a year:

                                                                  Focus on Technology

Each month we focus on some of the advanced tools and equipment that we use at Rosen Optometry to provide our patients with the most professional care.

This month the focus is on the Optovue RTVue Optical Coherence Tomographer (OCT) which is a non-invasive imaging test that uses light waves to take cross-section pictures of your retina, These measurements help with early detection, diagnosis and treatment guidance for retinal diseases and conditions, including ARMD and diabetic retinopathy. 

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Great Eyewear and Eye Care in
Crestwood, MO

Rosen Optometry is and proud member of Vision Source and is located in South St. Louis County, Missouri, and has been serving Crestwood, Afton, Concord Village, South St. Louis, South St. Louis County, and surrounding areas for more than 25 years - schedule an appointment today. If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with our Practice.

Q&A with Dr. Steven Rosen

Dr. Rosen Answers Your Eyecare Questions

What is macular degeneration (AMD)?

The macula is the part of the retina responsible for central vision, and not only does it handle central vision, it is the HD (High Definition) part of the retina. We need it to read, recognize faces, and discern fine details. Additionally, it gives us the best color vision. Unfortunately, the macula is susceptible to degenerative processes as we age, and all of these wonderful and important features can be compromised. There are two forms of macular degeneration: "Dry" macular degeneration and "Wet" macular degeneration. The Dry form is the more common, and is not usually too serious in the early stages. However, it can advance and it can advance to the Wet form, which is more serious. Macular degeneration can be hereditary, but all of us are at risk. There are things we can do to avoid getting macular degeneration. Avoiding bright sunlight, Ultra-violet (UV) light, and high energy blue light are important and we always recommend high quality sunglasses. Proper nutrition and weight control can also help us avoid AMD. If signs of AMD present themselves, we care for our patients by providing genetic testing to find out how diligent we need to be in watching for advancement, and to find out what are the best vitamins might be helpful. If advancement to the Wet form occurs, there are new treatments available to limit damage.

 

 

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