HD Refractions

We guarantee crystal clear and comfortable vision using modern diagnostic equipment. We have invested in the newest technology providing our patients with “State of the Art” EyeCare Diagnostic Computerized Equipment.

In April 2010, our office implemented the Marco High Definition Phoropter rather than the 1928 manual phoropter used at 99% of all other eye doctor offices.                                             Our Phoropter

1928 Phoropter                                                                

For most of the last century, testing vision meant giving the patient the choice between two lenses, “which is better one or two”.  We can now show you 2 images at the same time to help fine tune your astigmatism to within an unprecedented1 degree accuracy.

At Dr. Kenneth O’Daniel & Assoc., PC, we have moved into the new century to measure your vision more precisely and efficiently.   First we use an auto refractor to measure your prescription.  The doctor then measures your current glasses using an computerized lensmeter.   This data is automatically downloaded into the MARCO TRS Phoropter, which allows us to test your vision.

The Computerized Marco TRS 5100 Refraction System allowing us to control the entire process from a keypad.  Prescription lens choices move quickly, more accurately and efficiently providing less discomfort to you.

The TRS 5100 Refractor is extremely through and it decreases the time you need to spend making choices.  This increases accuracy because you are deciding which prescription would be best while looking at both choices, at the same instant, through the same tear film, during the same blink.

This may not sound like much but at the end of the testing all I have to do is push a button to show you the difference between your old glasses and your new prescription. Our patients love the accuracy, speed, and the precision that our technology provides. Seeing is believing.  It’s quick and easy… 

After 27 years, I relocated. I left the Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall to join two private practices. I am happy to announce that I have relocated my office to provide my patients with better accessibility with stellar service. My two new locations will be offering convenient parking, better pricing, and a wider selection of designer frames. I will be available at both locations and accept most insurance plans depending on the location (call for details). Saturdays by appointment.


Awards: In 2018, Dr. O'Daniel was "Voted one of the Best Optometrists in Scottsdale" by Expertise.com.


Tatum EyeCare (480) 889-6044 16429 N Tatum Blvd #2 Phoenix 85032 **Most Insurances accepted at this location. This location accepts Avesis, Aetna, Spectera, Superior Vision, Cigna, BCBS, EyeMed, Humana, VSP, Medicare & United Healthcare. This office received the most prestigious award by Foothills magazine - Voted "Best Optical in the Valley".

Arcadia EyeCare (602) 279-5855 4350 E Camelback Rd #B-120 Phoenix 85018 - Accepting VSP and EyeMed at this location

To Order contact lenses or receive a copy of your prescription call Dr. O'Daniel at 480-945-3937 and leave a message. We will contact you within 24 hours Monday through Friday.

Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Office Hours

Testimonial

  • "Dr. O'Daniel is wonderful! After visiting 2 other doctors regarding problems with my eyes, I decided to visit Dr. O'Daniel who has finally given me a plan to make my eyes feel better and after months of pouring money down the drain and agony, they do! He really took the time to sit with me during my appointment and helped me to understand what was going on with my eyes. He knows his stuff and he is now my official eye doctor!"
    Michelle L / Phoenix, AZ
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