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Welcome to Advanced Eyecare Specialists

At Advanced Eyecare Specialists in Falmouth, MA, we provide a variety of eye and vision services for our patients. We conduct thorough eye exams before starting any treatment so our team knows exactly what the issue is and how best to address it. Our optometrist will make sure that you leave with a satisfactory solution for the issue you came in with. We will work with you to restore or even maintain your vision at optimal performance.

Advanced Eyecare Specialists Providing Quality Eyecare Since 2009

Who We Are

Our facility is run by our optometrist, Dr. Timothy Sajban. Dr. Sajban has years of experience in treating patients and opened our facility in 2009. Dr. Sajban and our team are dedicated to keeping your eye and vision health at their best.

We are committed to providing high-quality eyecare and personalized treatment. With our modern equipment and trained specialists, we can ensure that we can help each patient. By maintaining healthy eyes and vision, you can enjoy doing the things you love.

Services We Offer

We provide a wide variety of optometry services, including routine eye exams and more.

Routine Eye Exams

It is vital to visit our optometrist for regular eye exams so we can detect any health problems early on. With early detection, we can provide effective treatment.

Contact Lenses

We fit contact lenses to help you remedy your sight and solve issues like myopia. We deal with hard-to-fit contacts, RGP contact lenses, soft contact lenses, and more. If you want to wear contacts, our eye doctor in Falmouth will perform a contact lens exam to determine which lenses are right for you.

Dry Eye Treatment

Dry eye may be caused by a number of things and can be irritating and painful. With treatment, your sight and comfort are restored, and you have a long-lasting solution if your dry eye is chronic.

LASIK Assistance

We provide evaluations and referrals for LASIK surgery to help you find out if you are a good candidate for the procedure. We also offer pre- and post-operative care for LASIK patients.

Eyeglasses

We provide a full line of eyeglasses to cater to your aesthetics, function, lifestyle, and budget. With different frames and lenses to choose from, you can find the perfect pair.

We also offer treatment for eye health conditions and common eye injuries, such as scratches, foreign objects, and swelling.

Schedule an Appointment with Our Eye Doctor in Falmouth, MA

Whether you need routine eye care or a new prescription, we can help. At Advanced Eyecare Specialists in Falmouth, MA, we provide high-quality eye and vision care. We are happy to answer any questions you have about your eyes or vision. Call us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more.

Monday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "Advanced Eyecare Specialists is the best at what they do and make you feel right at home."
    John D. / Falmouth, MA