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Isthmus Eye Care
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Down to our last month of construction! Our relocation of the east side Madison clinic is coming soon. Stay tuned for updates and Grand Opening events!
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Exciting News Ahead! Isthmus Eye Care is opening a new state-of-the-art clinic and optical center on Madison’s east side.

We’re custom designing this larger, more modern and more innovative space, conveniently located on Gemini Drive near Metro Market, and planning to open in spring 2017.

We’re looking forward to meeting new friends and neighbors while providing a seamless transition for our current east Madison patients. Look for frequent updates as we work toward our grand opening! www.isthmuseye.com
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Our staff trying on new Lafont frames during our weekly staff meeting!
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Get ready for Summer with our Return to the Sun promotion! Stop in today!
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WHY ARE EYE-SCANNING security systems so strong? Because your iris is a lot more complex than your fingerprint!
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The doctors and staff of Isthmus Eye Care are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Richard Jun to our clinical team. Dr. Jun is joining our practice as part of the continued growth of Isthmus Eye Care.

Dr. Jun is a 2006 graduate of the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry. As a specialist in pediatrics and binocular vision disorders, he is proud to continue providing the very best in personalized eye care for Middleton, Madison and the surrounding communities.

Dr. Jun will be available at our Middleton and Madison clinics for patients of all ages. Please join us in welcoming Dr Jun!

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SIGNS OF HEART DISEASE are often found first in the eyes! Another reason to never miss a regular eye exam!
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Super Bowl MVP Von Miller is on a mission to provide vision care for kids in need.

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SMOKERS ARE TWICE AS LIKELY to get cataracts, three times as likely to develop macular degeneration, and have an increased glaucoma risk.
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