Welcome to Dr. Scott Lewis, O.D.
and Associates

Our optometrist and eye care team provide the expert care, advice, options, and follow up you need whether you are a new patient or an existing one.

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Comprehensive Eye Exams

Learn about eye exams, what’s involved in a comprehensive exam, and special considerations for kids and contacts.

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Advanced Technology

Optomap Retinal Exam, an ultra-widefield retinal examination, is the revolutionary diagnostic tool that allows clinicians to view a majority of the retina.

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Focus on Eyeglasses

Our staff will help you find the best fit for your specific needs and explain how different lenses and frames will impact your vision.

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Bringing the Important Things In Your Life Into Focus!

Lewis Family Picture Thank you for visiting the website of Dr. Scott Lewis, O.D. & Associates located inside the new East Vancouver Camas Costco.

We employ the latest in technology in order to provide convenient, affordable, state-of-the-art eye care. We strive to make your visit enjoyable and would love to have you as a patient.

Please call (360) 258-6234 for an appointment or request an appointment online.

For Your Information

We are proud to work closely with and adjacent to Costco Optical, but we are a separate, independent Optometric practice. Because our office is independent from Costco, you don’t need to be a Costco member in order to have an exam. When you get to the entrance of Costco, just tell them you are here to see the Optometrist and they will let you inside. The only thing to keep in mind is that while you will receive your prescription from us, without a Costco card you won’t be able to take advantage of the low prices for eyeglasses or contact lenses at Costco Optical.

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Causes and Treatment of Dry Eye Syndrome – Dr. Scott Lewis, O.D. and Associates, dry eyes

Normally, the eye constantly lubricates itself with tears by producing them at a slow and steady rate, keeping itself moist and comfortable. Usually these tears consist of three layers, an oily, a watery, and a mucus layer. Each layer has a specific role in lubricating your eyes. The oily layer is outermost. It's main purpose is to slow evaporation of the tear. The watery layer is in the middle. This makes up the majority of what a person normally thinks of as tears. This layer cleans the eye and helps to wash away small foreign objects and particles. The inner layer consists of mucus. This mucus allows the watery layer to stick to the eye and spread evenly over the eye in order to keep it lubricated. In a person with dry eyes, either hormonal changes, side effects from medication or some other factor causes the eye to either not produce enough tears, or leave out parts of the tear that make proper lubrication possible.

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

Chances are it affects you or someone you know. November has been dedicated as a time to spread awareness about the disease, its risk factors and the effects it has on your body, your daily life and the lives of your loved ones.

Don’t Let Fall Eye Allergies Get You Down

Red, itchy, watery eyes and swollen eyelids (along with sneezing, congestion or a runny nose)...

Virtual Reality Demo Shows Why Children Need an Annual Eye Exam

"Our Patients Say It Best"