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At Kissel Family Optometry you will find a caring team of professionals dedicated to providing high-quality personalized eye care for the whole family. We value our patient relationships and strive to improve your quality of life and vision wellness through uncompromised service and state-of-the-art technology. Drs. Kevin & Joy Kissel and their staff are a close-working team dedicated to meeting the vision care needs of the people of Wyoming County.

Our friendly receptionist is the first smiling face you will see when you visit our office. To complement our modern facilities, our knowledgeable visual testing team work with the latest and greatest technologies to best assess the health of your eyes. Next you will meet your highly-skilled optometrist, who will complete the exam by inspecting your eyes, discussing eye care options, and answering your questions. When you visit our office, our goal is that you will leave completely satisfied and confident with your doctor, staff and services!

We invite you to refer your friends and family to our comprehensive website and our practice. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at our office at (304) 732-6322 or (304) 682-6144 .

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Take a moment to watch the following videos featuring our latest eye health tips, products, and office technology! We welcome you to visit our digital education library as well, which has many more informational videos. If you have questions at any time, be sure to contact us. We'd love to help!

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