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Call us at (802) 497-1676 today.
When you step foot inside of Chroma Optics, our eye care team will do their best to give you what you need. Our Burlington and Chittenden County optometrist, Dr. Dora Sudarsky, looks forward to providing you with the best possible eye and vision care.
You'll find that our Burlington optometrist and practice owner offers some of the most advanced optical tools, technologies, techniques and products you'll find anywhere. Dr. Sudarsky places a special emphasis on combining these technological advances with a personal approach to provide a unique experience. From your very first visit, you'll see why people from all over Chittenden County have chosen Chroma Optics as their eye care clinic.
Chroma Optics is here to assist you whether you're scheduling routine eye exams or you’re looking for a new optometrist to help you with your eye care needs. We can advise you in every kind of situation and provide such varied and essential services and product offerings such as:
Eye Exams - Our comprehensive eye exams can make all the difference in diagnosing a progressive eye disease or disorder before it can damage your eyesight.
Vision Problems - We can identify refractive errors as well as fit you with eyewear, including a range of frame styling and contact lens options. Our contact lens exams help determine the right contact lens choice, from single-vision lenses to multifocal contacts (or monovision lenses as an alternative to multifocal contacts), while our optician will be happy to help you choose the right frame styling for your face.
Exclusive Frame Offerings - We carry a wide array of exclusive lines that are not offered anywhere else in Burlington, VT. We also offer designer sunglasses in addition to petites. Give us a call if you’d like to learn more about our selection.
Low Vision Exams - If you’re a patient suffering from low vision then you’ve come to the right place. After sitting down for an exam with Dr. Sudarksy, we’ll have a better understanding of how exactly we can help each patient on a case by case basis. Learn more about low vision care here.
Chroma Optics makes every effort to ensure that people in Chittenden County can have access to the care they need and deserve. That's why we work with a variety of insurance providers and plans. We also offer payment options such as flexible spending accounts as well as the CareCredit medical credit card program to help you maintain optimal eyesight for life. Once you're here, we will make you comfortable and answer any of your questions that you might have for us. Call (802) 497-1676 today to learn more about our practice or to schedule an appointment with our Burlington eye doctor, Dr. Dora Sudarsky!
Dr, Dora Sudarsky
Burlington Optometrist | Chroma Optics | (802) 497-1676
370 Shelburne Rd.
Burlington, VT 05401
|Monday||9:00am - 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:00am - 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:00am - 6:00pm|
|Thursday||9:00am - 6:00pm|
|Friday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
We will be closing early at 4pm on July 3rd and closed this July 4th, 2018 for the holiday. We hope that everyone has a safe and enjoyable 4th.
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