Hill Vision Services offers a comprehensive list of eye care services backed by state-of-the-art technology and years of experience to meet your ocular health and vision correction needs.
We offer comprehensive Eye Health and vision examinations. From preliminary testing, to Keratometry, to refractive testing, we check everything to make sure we can move forward with the best possible solution for your eyes.
From examination, to diagnosis, to surgery, Dr Hill has been a leading cataract surgeon in the St. Louis area for over 15 years, offering the skill of an experienced surgeon with the latest cataract removal and IOL technology available.
Dr. Geoffrey Hill and HVS, using the most innovative technology and technique, offers care for all corneal disorders. Whether a contact lens fitting, a LASIK procedure, or a corneal surgery; Hill Vision Services will partner with you to ensure the best outcomes.
Dr Hill and the HVS team are highly skilled in managing Glaucoma and Macular degeneration conditions, and have done so for years.
Our optical shops offer a wide variety of lens choices, designer frames, and experienced staff to help you find the perfect fit for your style. (In our Creve Coeur and Lake St. Louis locations)
If you have been injured or have been in an accident, there is no time to waste! We do our best to offer eye emergency appointments when you need them the most.
Visian ICL and Visian Toric ICL, sometimes referred to as “implantable contact lenses,” can correct vision for people with very poor vision or steep astigmatism—even if they’ve been told they are not candidates for LASIK.
LASIK eye surgery is one of the most proven, successful medical procedures in the world. See what you’ve been missing!
You don’t have to live with red, watery eyes. Hill Vision Services offers several effective treatments for dry eye.
We are proud to offer the very best brands and the best selection of soft contact lenses, including daily, toric lenses, and multifocal soft lenses. We have competitive pricing that is comparable to online or retail prices for most soft contact lens options.
Simply put, eye floaters are small specks within your vision. They get their name due to the way they move around with each turn of your gaze, where they constantly “float” within your vision. These small spots often look like cobwebs, but can resemble uneven dots, lines, or squiggles.
While a weaker, or lazy, eye is not always evident without an eye exam — below are some typical lazy eye symptoms: An eye that wanders inward or outward, …