Blink Optical & Optometry
Whether you need a routine eye exam or new glasses, frames, contacts or sunglasses, we can help.
Taking care of your vision couldn’t be more important. The knowledgeable staff at Blink Optical will schedule an exam with one of our optometrists and help you choose eyewear. We offer hundreds of styles and brands, all in one convenient location.
Brands we carry include:
- Cutler and Gross®
- Etnia Barcelona®
- FACE A FACE
- KLiik denmark
- Maui Jim®
- OGI Eyewear
- Prodesign Denmark
- Rain City
- Roger Eye Design
- Salvatore Ferragamo®
- Tom Ford®
If you have more complex vision issues like cataracts or glaucoma, we work with the experts in our ophthalmology and glaucoma departments. They provide specialized care, including medications, laser treatments and surgery.
Make an appointment
Call 1-206-323-3937 to schedule an appointment or for more information. Fax forms, patient referrals and other documents to 1-206-720-8463.
We accept Vision Service Plan (VSP), most major insurance plans and Medicare plans for medical exams. Please verify your vision benefits with your insurance provider. Our staff can help determine your coverage for vision services and products.
Blink Optical is located in the main lobby of The Polyclinic Madison Center.
We offer a wide variety of contact lenses, including soft, gas permeable and custom contacts. We also offer the latest in contact lens technology. We go out of our way to select lenses that provide the best health benefits and ensure a proper fit.
If you are “hard to fit” or have a complex prescription or challenging eye condition, our optometrists can help. They are experts in specialty contacts and in treating a wide range of eye conditions.
After some types of surgery, astigmatism may happen that can’t be corrected with regular eyeglasses. In these cases, we fit advanced-design custom lenses.OR
Bring your used contact lenses and packaging to Blink Optical for recycling. We send them to TerraCycle®, a nationwide recycling program focused on reducing waste and creating new items from recycled materials.OR
Dye eye is the leading reason for contact lens discomfort. Our providers can help determine the best type of contact lens for you. They’ll also help manage your eye health. Treatment options may include:
- Eye drops
- Warm compresses
- Changes to your diet
- Punctal plugs (tiny devices placed in the tear ducts) to keep the eyes moist
If your dry eye condition is serious, we strongly suggest seeing an optometrist.OR
Have you been told you’re unable to wear contact lenses due to your astigmatism or because your prescription is too high? Our custom-fit contact lenses allow you to enjoy the benefits of contact lenses regardless of your prescription.OR
The iris is the colored part of the eye. It helps control how much light enters the pupil. If you have an iris problem and want a cosmetic solution or tinted contact lenses to help decrease or eliminate glare, we can help.OR
Keratoconus is a disease that causes the outer layer of the eye to thin and change shape, leading to vision loss. As the condition gets worse, specialty contact lenses are needed. The right lenses can delay or eliminate the need for surgery as the disease gets worse.
If you're thinking about surgery, we suggest seeing one of our specialists first. Contact lenses for keratoconus may be considered medically necessary. If so, the cost may be partly covered by insurance.OR
If you need reading glasses but want to keep wearing contact lenses, we offer multifocal contacts in soft and gas-permeable lenses. Our optometrists will work with you to determine which contact lenses best suit your needs and lifestyle.OR