Welcome to Clarendon Vision Development Center
Improving Vision Since 2004
COVID-19 Update: Our office has returned to seeing patients Monday – Saturday. We continue to take all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our patients and staff while in the office and we are still offering tele-health visits. All visits are by appointment, including with our optical team. Please call our office if you have any questions or need to make an appointment at 630-323-7300.
We thank you for your continued understanding.
At Clarendon Vision Development Center, our priority and passion is successfully diagnosing and treating our patients.
Our dedicated team of doctors, therapists, and patient advocates work together to comprehensively test, diagnose, and treat each person in a patient first, patient friendly environment. Working one-on-one with each patient, we recommend customized solutions for a multitude of diagnoses. Your solution may be as simple as a new pair of contact lenses or prescription glasses, or a more complex customized set of ortho K retainers to stop the progression of nearsightedness. If required, therapy programs can be personalized to produce results that help each person reach their potential.
Primary Care Optometry
We treat patients of all ages!
From finding a new prescription for glasses or contacts to treating dry eye, we can help you!
Vision & Learning
There are more than 17 visual skills for reading and learning, such as the ability to focus and to track across the page as we read.
Office-based optometric vision therapy is not simple eye exercises.
It is an accelerated development of the visual system through a carefully designed therapy provided on a one-to-one basis by the Doctor of Optometry and vision therapist.
Nearsightedness & Myopia Management
We offer the leading treatment options in Myopia Management including Ortho-K (short for Orthokeratology), a nonsurgical procedure using specially designed contact lenses to gently reshape the curvature of the eye to improve vision, atropine therapy and soft contact lenses.
Find out if you are a candidate for Myopia Management and how it may help.
Binocular Vision Dysfunction & Neuro-Visual Medicine
Binocular Vision Dysfunction (BVD) occurs when your eyes are not able to align properly.
Our Doctors are specialized to treat patients of all ages who suffer from BVD. Contact us to learn about symptoms, the evaluation process and treatment options.
Upcoming Events & Workshops
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