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Welcome to Main Street Vision
Your Optometrist in Longmont, CO

Call us at (303) 651-6700 today.

On behalf of our entire team, we want to extend a hearty welcome to the official website for Main Street Vision in Longmont CO. We're confident that once you know more about our skilled optometrists, our many services, our advanced techniques, and our commitment to the highest standards of optometry care, you'll rely on us as your trusted Longmont eye doctor for many years to come. Take a look around this website to get better acquainted with our primary eye care offerings.

Two Talented Optometrists Dedicated to Your Optimal Eyesight

Whichever optometrist in Longmont you see at Main Street Vision Care, you'll be impressed. Dr. Trudell has been recognized as Colorado Optometrist of the Year and the Colorado Optometric Association's Distinguished Service Award. He also held a vision therapy and pediatric vision fellowship for over two decades. In addition to his extensive practice history, Dr. Koning has held academic posts at Michigan College of Optometry and Indiana University College of Optometry. His special expertise lies in ocular disease treatment, hard-to-fit contact lenses, and family eye care. 

Primary Eye Care for the Whole Family

You can count on Main Street Vision Care to provide every member of your family with the primary eye and vision services they need, from pediatric patients to seniors. We offer such essential services and techniques such as:

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams - We provide pediatric eye exams, annual comprehensive eye exams for working-age adults, and specialized eye exams to check senior patients for age-related eye issues. 
  • Contact Lens Exams & Fittings - Contact lenses can provide state-of-the-art vision correction as well as comfort, provided that you select the right kind and get them fitted properly. Our contact lens exams and detailed fittings can ensure that you're receiving the right contacts for your needs and prescription.
  • Prescription Eyeglasses & Sunglasses - Get all your prescription eye glasses and sunglasses right here at our optical department. We offer plenty of beautiful designs, sizes and styles to choose from, along with numerous lens materials and coating options. Our sunglasses provide full protection against harmful UV radiation.
  • Eye & Vision Treatments - Whether you need help with computer vision syndrome or vision therapy to correct a functional problem, our team can recommend the right treatments for you. Your optometrist in Longmont can also co-manage LASIK and other eye surgery procedures.

Visit Our Longmont Office

Are you ready to meet your Longmont eye doctor? Call (303) 651-6700 or make an online appointment to come visit us at Main Street Vision Care!

See what patients are saying about Main Street Vision Care!

  • "My appointment was kept on time. Everyone was polite and helpful. I've been seeing Dr Trudell for MANY years, and will keep on going back. Highly recommended!"
    Mark Z.
  • "Dr. Trudell is always top-notch!"
    Derek O.
  • "Not the greatest news, yet I left there again feeling great. Confident in Dr. Trudel and his confidence about my condition, and future treatment. The office staff was also warm, and helpful."
    Deborah F.
  • "I was able to get an appointment on short notice, saw Dr. Trudell, who did a thorough examination, and explained why my eyes were bothering me. Quick, kind, efficient, and professional, you can't ask for more."
  • "Absolutely a terrific experience!! Office folk, technicians and Dr. Trudell all work hard to help you address your vision needs. I'm always impressed and feel lucky to have found them."
    Brenda H.

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