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You can recycle your contacts!

What happens to your old contacts and the blister packs they come in? They can be recycled! Don’t be part of the problem, be part of the solution. Bring your used contact lenses and their blister packs to Bear Creek Eye Care Optometry and we will recycle them for you thru TerraCycle’s One by One Recycling Program. You cannot recycle them thru your household collection recycling, only thru the special arrangement we have made thru TerraCycle. The contacts and the plastic blister packs will be made into training modules for the Guide Dog Foundation. Also, TerraCycle donates $10 to Optometry Giving Sight, the only global fundraising initiative that specifically targets the prevention of blindness and impaired vision by providing eye exams and glasses to those in need, for every 10 pounds of contact lens waste collected from participating ONE by ONE recycling centers. To see the details, read: TerraCycle gives back

Happy 4th of July!

Our office will be closed on Independence Day, July 4th. If you experience an eye emergency during that time, call the office at 951-609-9099 and the call will be forwarded to Dr. Wilson.

Recycle your contact lens packing material

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For the first time, used Contact Lens blister packs, top foil and contact lenses are recyclable in our office through a collaboration with TerraCycle. Every year, countless Bausch + Lomb contact lenses and pieces of plastic packaging end up in dumpsters and landfills across America.

Bear Creek Eye Care is working with TerraCycle® and Bausch+Lomb to put an end to this enormous loss of resources. The ONE by ONE Recycling Program allows us to recycle these items and prevent them from ending up in landfills.

And not only are you helping the environment, but the waste you recycle with us will earn a donation to Optometry Giving Sight, the only global fundraising initiative that specifically targets the prevention of blindness and impaired vision due to uncorrected refractive error – simply the need for an eye exam and a pair of glasses.

Simply drop off your blister packs, top foil and contact lenses in our office and we will take care of the recycling. These items cannot be put in your home recycling bins. However, the outer cardboard boxes can be recycled with other cardboard.

WileyX WorkSight frames are here!


Bear Creek Eye Care is excited to announce that we now carry WileyX WorkSight Eyewear. This is a collection of fashionable and protective ophthalmic frames that meet ANSI Z87.1 safety standards thanks to removable side shields. For everyday (and night) wear, these frames go from the job site to the dance floor without missing a beat.

ContourGloss Brown Demi Product features:

*Shatterproof Selenite™ Polycarbonate Lenses that Meet ANSI Z87.1-2010 High Velocity and High Mass Impact Standards as well as US Federal OSHA 1910.133(b)(1)(1) Standards


*100 percent UVA/UVB Protection with Distortion-Free Clarity

*T-Shell™ Lens Coating Resists Scratching in Extreme Environments ProfileMatteBlack

*Optical 5 Barrel Hinge

*Hand Polished, Durable Triloid™ Nylon Frame

MARKERGlossBlack with SkyBluejpg*Adjustable Wire Core Temple Tips for Custom Fit

*Removable WorkSight™ Side Shields for Lateral Protection on the Job

*Custom WX Logo on Temples

*Rx Ready

Stop by and let us show you!

Holiday Hours


We will be closed Dec. 24,25, and 26th and Jan. 1st.

We will be open Dec. 27-31st. Regular hours will resume Jan. 2, 2017

Enjoy your holidays!

Vision Expo

It’s that time of year again! Vision Expo West is this week! Dr. Wilson and some of his staff will be out of town attending an educational conference from Wednesday 9/14 – Sunday 9/18. Our office will be OPEN during this time to place orders and schedule appointments. If you have a pair of glasses waiting to be picked up we still have appointment times available through Tuesday 9/13.


Remember your first pair of glasses?

This 9 month old baby received his first pair of glasses today. Imagine how wonderous it is for him to see everything clearly for the first time. Dr. Wilson recommends that all children have their eyes examined before their first birthday so that any visual problems can be found and treated before there are permanent consequences.

His first glasses

His first glasses

Updated Office Closures

Our office will be closed on Labor Day September 7th.

Our Office will also be closed on the following dates for educational meetings:
Wednesday September 16th
Thursday September 17th
Friday September 18th
Saturday September 19th
Sunday September 20th
We apologize for any inconvience this may cause. In case of emergency call 911.

OCT Training

Our office recently gained a new piece of equipment! Come on over and check out our new OCT machine. Jessie, Dr. Wilson and Carol all being taught by the rep!OCT Training

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