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    Cooper Vision has a contact lens offer just for you. On Clariti 1 day brand you can get $200 off of (8) 90-packs or (24) 30-packs. To be able to Read more
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    Similar to the offer of $200 dollars off coopervision contact lenses, on these other brands of lenses you could save up to about $130 dollars on your lenses like: $130 Read more
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    The professionalism of our optometrist is at your service. Dr. Sampalis is a eye doctor who graduated from The New England College of Optometry with a degree in Doctor of Read more
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    At Sampalis Eye Care in Cranston, We have a few different kinds of frames to choose from which ranges from metal framing to plastic type of framing. Also don't forget Read more
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    Sampalis EyeCare in Cranston RI offers Blue Light lenses. Blue lights are digital devices that emit higher levels of blue light and this excess can cause eyestrain, fatigue, and eventually Read more
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    Sampalis Eye Care in Cranston Rhode Island. Has affordable eye glasses for your whole family. Brands like cole haan, calvin klein, gucci, ray bans and other known brands that you Read more
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    Smartphones, computers, and even televisions have permeated our lives, and they are not going anywhere. Did you know that every one of these technologies contain blue light? Blue light is Read more
  • Sampalis EyeCare and Cataracts
    At Sampalis Eyecare in Cranston Rhode Island we can diagnosis and monitor your cataracts. What is Cataracts? Cataracts are a normal aging process of the lens in your eye. Starting at the Read more
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    Have you ever wondered what is Glaucoma? At Sampalis Eyecare, your Rhode Island optometrist located in Cranston, we have the latest technology to evaluate your eyes and determine if you Read more
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    Your eyes are important. Treat them right. When you want to look your best you need to find the best quality affordable eyewear and Sampalis Eyecare in Cranston RI has Read more
  • Quality Eye Exams in Cranston RI
    At Sampalis Eyecare in Cranston Rhode Island, we pride ourselves at providing the best quality eye exams in Rhode Island. We have the latest technology, such as retinal photography, GDX, Read more
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    Children usually get more sun exposure than anyone because of being outdoors more. UV light can harm the eyes over time because the lenses in their eyes can't filter it out. Sunglasses are needed Read more
  • What is Presbyopia?
    Find yourself squinting at the newspaper? It’s natural to gain new strains, aches, and pains as one ages. Presbyopia is a disorder in which over time one loses the ability Read more
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    You ... Sampalis Eyecare in Cranston Rhode Island is concerned for the eyesight of all Americans on Monday, Aug 21, 2017.  Every person young or old MUST know that there is NO Read more
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    Dr Maria Sampalis a Cranston Optometrist is able to help with all your eyecare needs. Do you know that millions of people suffer from myopia? What is myopia? Myopia is a Read more

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