Tozer Eye Center

Tozer Eye Center is located in Scottsdale, AZ and treats a variety of eye diseases including: macula

Welcome to Tozer Eye Center

Tozer Eye Center has been providing comprehensive eye care in the Scottsdale area since 1984. Our doctors have developed a reputation of excellence in both medical and surgical eye care. We provide treatment for eye diseases that include macular degeneration, glaucoma, corneal disease, dry eye, keratoconus, and diabetic conditions. The most advanced technologies in cat

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The simple step of making an eye exam part of your healthcare routine can help safeguard your vision. |


Have you noticed increased discomfort and sensitivity to light during cooler months? Let us help ease your eye troubles this winter season! Come see us for relief from dryness today.


All contact lenses, including cosmetic ones, require a prescription! Choosing the right design and accurately fitting the contact lenses are essential for healthy and comfortable wear. |


Infections are a common cause of corneal damage, so make sure to wash your hands often and keep surfaces clean to avoid the spread of bacteria. You should also prevent possible vision issues by scheduling eye exams annually. Call today to book one.


Ready to take your vision to the next level? With advancements in technology, LASIK is safer than ever before. Our experienced ophthalmologists are here to help! Schedule an eye exam to find out more about the procedure.


Whether you or a family member require an eye exam, prescription lenses, protective eyewear, contacts, hard-to-fit contact lenses, pre and post-LASIK care, or other eye care services, you can depend on the office of Tozer Eye Center. |


December is here, which means the end of another year. There's still time to schedule an eye appointment before 2022 ends. End the year on a high note—make sure your vision and eye health are taken care of. Schedule an evaluation today.


Your eyes are the portals through which you gather and process all the visual information from your surroundings. Yet, besides serving as your windows to the world, they offer valuable insights into your overall health. |


Retinal detachment is something that is more common than you think. If you experience any of the following symptoms, please contact our office as soon as possible. They include flashes of light, floaters, vision changes (e.g., decreased vision, blurry vision), and pain in one or both eyes. If left untreated, retinal detachment can cause blindness. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please do not wait and call us today!


Various eye injuries can become very painful and are caused by a number of different factors. Some of these include a foreign material, trauma to your eye, or improper storage of your contact lenses. Make an appointment with us today to determine what's causing your discomfort.


Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, have astigmatism or presbyopia, wearing eyeglasses, putting in contacts, or having a refractive surgery can bring a blurry world into focus. |


Corneal abrasions are never fun to deal with. They are exactly what you think they are: a scratch or an abrasion to your cornea. Contact us if you believe you're suffering from this and we can provide the treatment you need.


Retinal detachment is something that is more common than you think. If you experience any of the following symptoms, please contact our office as soon as possible. They include flashes of light, floaters, vision changes (e.g., decreased vision, blurry vision), and pain in one or both eyes. If left untreated, retinal detachment can cause blindness. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please do not wait and call us today!


An eye doctor can help you maintain your independence and quality of life if you have low vision. 20/70 to 20/160 is considered moderate low vision, and we're the right place to call for help. Make an appointment today.


If you have been diagnosed with pink eye, follow your eye doctor's recommendations. Remember not to wear your contact lenses if your eyes are red and irritated. Use your prescription eyeglasses until you have the all-clear to go back to wearing contacts. |


If you or someone you know is experiencing any vision problems, please don't hesitate to come and see us. Our eye doctor has years of experience in treating different types of low vision, and we will do our best to help you get back to seeing your world clearly.


Did you know that diabetes can lead to serious eye problems? That's why this November it's important to do yourself the biggest favor and schedule an exam to remember Diabetic Eye Disease Month. We look forward to seeing you here!


Even though getting fitted for contact lenses is typically a routine procedure, some people fall into the "Hard to Fit" category. At the office of Tozer Eye Center, we offer a comprehensive range of vision care services, including hard-to-fit contact lenses for the treatment of eye irregularities related to injury or disease. |


In honor of Diabetic Eye Disease Month, we are strongly encouraging all our patients to get a comprehensive exam. Symptoms aren't always noticed! Give us a call to schedule your eye exam.


November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month. Make an appointment and take care of your eyes. Early detection is key to preventing vision loss from this eye condition. Schedule an appointment now and take advantage of our preventative services!


Patients of all ages should be getting regular eye exams, beginning in childhood and continuing well into later adulthood. Early diagnoses are key to treating and relieving symptoms of a myriad of eye conditions. Call today to schedule an exam.


Remember, the best way to protect against sun damage to your eyes is to wear sunglasses that block 99-100% of UVA and UVB light and safeguard them against exposure to HEV radiation. |


With the onset of presbyopia, your near vision becomes blurry. In some cases, eyestrain, fatigue, and headaches after reading or doing close-up work can accompany this telltale sign. |


The health of your child's vision plays a vital role in their physical, cognitive, and social development. At the office of Tozer Eye Center, we provide the monitoring and support children need for healthy vision development and eyesight. |


Conjunctivitis, otherwise as “pink eye” can live on surfaces for up to fourteen days! Did you know changing your sheets often can help prevent the condition? Call our team of experts for more pink eye prevention advice.


Are you interested in getting contact lenses? From assessing your eye health to accurately fitting you with the right contact lenses and instructing you in proper wear and care, the office of Tozer Eye Center is with you every step of the way. |


Did you know pink eye is very contagious? The best way to prevent it is by washing your hands regularly and avoiding close contact with people who have it. However, if you feel you have pink eye, give us a call and we'll make sure to provide an effective treatment plan.


Glaucoma is one of the trickiest eye conditions to diagnose. One of the common misconceptions is that this eye disease only happens to adults over the age of 40. It can develop in anyone, regardless of age, which is why regular dilated eye exams are so important. Make an appointment today!


Just how common is color blindness? The condition affects roughly 8% of men and fewer than 1% of women. |


Just how common is color blindness? The condition affects roughly 8% of men and fewer than 1% of women. |


Many people have been asking, what do changes in your vision mean? Well, as technology advances so does our ability to treat vision problems. We are constantly working to stay ahead of the curve and provide you with the best possible care. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to give us a call or come by the office. We would be happy to help!


There is no reason for blurred vision, glare, or a lack of contrast between the ball and your environment to limit your performance on the playing field! Thanks to advances in sports vision, athletes can function at their visual best. |


Comprehensive eye exams are important for everyone, not just older adults. Don't assume that your eyes are healthy because you don't have any problems yet. Routine eye exams can help to prevent future issues with a qualified eye doctor. Schedule your appointment today. We put the highest priority on eye health!


Because your eyes are the only part of the body where blood vessels and nerve tissue can be viewed directly without surgery, an eye exam can reveal signs of illnesses and medical conditions that have originated elsewhere in the body. |


Smoking is a bad habit that affects more than your lungs. It affects the eyes! If you are a smoker, you owe it to yourself to know more about the damage it's causing your vision. Call today for more information.


Most of us already know that smoking has been linked to lung cancer and heart disease. What some people forget about is the connection between smoking and vision loss. Studies have shown the correlation between smoking with various eye conditions such as glaucoma and macular degeneration. Take the step with clear vision by calling us today.


Eye misalignment, also known as strabismus, is a serious condition. If you or someone you know experiences frequent eye strain, headaches, or double vision, please come see us for an evaluation. We offer treatments including eyeglasses, contact lenses, and more. Call for a consultation.


According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the leading causes of vision impairment and blindness are uncorrected refractive errors and cataracts. |


Strabismus, also called "eye misalignment", is a condition that affects the way your eyes look. It happens when one or both eyes cross while trying to focus. If your children have any of these symptoms, please call us for an appointment today!


Have you recently been experiencing headaches, eye strain, or even pain in your neck? You're not the only one! More than half of patients with eye misalignment will experience similar symptoms. Contact us so we can help alleviate your discomfort and realign your eyes with special treatments.





9811 N 95th Street, Suite 101
Scottsdale, AZ

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 4pm

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