Optometrists for Duvall, Redmond Ridge, Woodinville & Monroe WA
Read below to find out more about the professional certifications and qualifications of our eye doctors. Both of our optometrists perform comprehensive eye exams and treat many common eye conditions, including Pink Eye, Dry Eyes, Eye Allergies and Diabetic Retinopathy. Our office is located in Duvall, and also serves Monroe WA and Woodinville WA.
Doctor Sara Low cares for patients of all ages and has received extensive training in prescribing glasses, fitting contact lenses and diagnosing and managing eye conditions. She strives to expand her knowledge of all areas of eye care by often attending continuing education lectures to ensure her patients are receiving the best care utilizing the newest technology and treatment options. She listens to her patients to create an individualized treatment plan based on each patient’s unique needs and even discovers solutions to improve conditions her patients weren’t aware of.
Dr. Low has been published in Northern Virginia Magazine as a featured doctor, awarded the Jeanie Schmidt Free Clinic’s Medical Specialty Award, and was featured Optometric Physician in Women in Optometry magazine. Doctor Low is also a registered InfantSEE® provider and an Emerald Certified Orthokeratology provider.
Dr. Sara Wees has been caring for patients of all ages in Snohomish county since 1997. Dr. Wees was born and raised in Eugene, OR and received her BS degree from the University of Oregon and her Doctorate of Optometry degree from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, OR. Before moving back to the northwest Dr. Wees was an optometrist in the US Army stationed at Fort Devens in Mass, and practiced in the state of Illinois while her husband studied for his doctorate degree in music education.
Dr. Wees practices full scope optometry from routine eye exams and contact lenses to emergencies and diagnosing and treating eye conditions and diseases from glaucoma and macular degeneration to monitoring for diabetic or hypertensive changes.