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Cox Family Eye Care, P.C.

providing excellence in eye care

Providing Excellence in Eyecare

We take the time to get to know you, your eye care history, and your vision needs.

Cox Family Eye Care, P.C.– Your Eye Clinic in Princeton, IN

The eye care services at Cox Family Eye Care, P.C. in Princeton, IN go way above and beyond routine check-ups and updated vision prescriptions. Whether you visit our Princeton optometrist for a visual acuity test, comprehensive eye exam, contact lens fitting, designer eyeglasses or treatment for an eye disease or condition, you’ll benefit from our expert skill and excellent patient service.

Our eye care center in Princeton is fully equipped with the latest optometric technology to give you accurate diagnoses and advanced treatments. Cox Family Eye Care, P.C. accepts a number of Insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs.

We utilize advanced technology, such as retinal scanning, to ensure the best most accurate results.

We offer you the highest quality eyeglass lenses, lens treatments and designer frames starting at affordable prices.

Our optometrist, Dr. Conway S. Cox, performs a highly detailed exam during his comprehensive approach to optimal eye care. We take a preventative approach to vision correction and maintaining your overall eye health.

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