Welcome to Burd’s Eye View!

Eye checkups are vital to the health and wellness of your vision. You need to have your eyes checked at least annually if not bi-annually. If problems develop between appointments, see your optometrist, Dr. Burd as soon as possible. If you live in Farmington, Mo, and surrounding areas there is a leading optometrist, 

This eye care specialist is trained and seasoned to understand diseases and issues with the eye. Sometimes you may not even know that you have an issue with your eyes until an eye examination. Through vision checkups, Dr. Burd can help prevent eye diseases from becoming worse. Call today at 573-454-2940 for an appointment. Come and meet Dr. Burd and her skilled staff. You will be pleasantly surprised and you can put your mind at ease knowing that you did your part in keeping your vision as healthy as possible.

Specialized Eye Care

Dr. Burd is a seasoned optometrist, she graduated in 2009, specializing in diseases of the eye and eye conditions that affect your vision. She has been in practice for the last ten years. The doctor is expertise in the management of ocular diseases and contact lenses. Her patients are age six months to the senior populace. Sometimes the doctor can detect certain conditions that you are not aware you have that needs treatment. 

One of the risk factors is something that no one, not even the doctor can help and that is the aging process. Aging raises the possibilities of conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. Not everyone is at risk of these eye conditions causing blindness, but if you are at risk you want to keep ahead of these conditions through the proper treatment. Dr. Burd reviews your medical history to help keep your eyes, giving you the sharpest vision possible for as long as possible. 

Dr. Burd is specialist on LASIK to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Are you thinking about Lasik surgery? Give us a call for an eye exam and the doctor can tell you if you are a good candidate for this procedure that greatly improves vision. 

Call to Action, Visit Burd's Eye View, PC 

Dr. Burd and her skilled staff at this family optometry clinic cannot help you keep healthy eyes until you take the steps to call the office today at 573-454-2940 and make that initial appointment for a comprehensive eye exam. The office is open Monday-Friday. We provide glasses (lens and frames), contact lenses, and surgical services for pre-op and post-op care. Call, 

Burd's Eye View, PC 

Family Optometry

Dr. Alison Burd 

111 W Liberty St, Farmington, MO 63640

Phone 573-454-2940


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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Doctors and staff are courteous and very professional. I wholeheartedly recommend Burd's Eye View!"
    Terry L.

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