Ultimate Eyecare Santa Fe

Ultimate Eyecare Santa Fe


Hi Everyone, So sorry we are not able to access our page directly at the moment but due to the internet outage we are experiencing in Santa Fe, we are unable to see patients today. We will reschedule patients as soon as we able able to access the schedule please feel free to DM me with questions or concerns. Thank you!

Jessica Preston
Front Desk
Ultimate Eyecare Santa Fe
The party is just getting started! Come in anytime from 10-2 and see what specials Ultimate Eyecare of Santa Fe has to offer today!
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Lisa C the Mother Funker is Broadcasting LIVE from Ultimate Eyecare Santa Fe 1651 Galisteo Street Suite
1 for the Sunglass Trunk show you don’t wanna miss! Come on by and register for lots of prizes and pick up a pair of amazing new sunglasses! Today only pick up a gift certificate courtesy of Ultimate Eye Care towards your glasses and TODAY ONLY double the value! Come in and See Mona and the team! Lisa will be Broadcasting until 12 today and come stop on in today until 2pm!

At Ultimate Eyecare Santa Fe, LLC, Dr. Mark Rasmussen takes the time to get to know you, your eye care history, and your vision needs.

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Summer is here, and it’s time for sunny days at the beach! Make sure your eyes are properly protected from UV rays this summer, as this can pose danger to your long term vision and eye health. Ask us about our trendy and high-quality sunglasses today!

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“A mother's love liberates.” - Maya Angelou

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Just as with eating healthy and exercising—taking care of your eyes should be a priority! To keep your eyes healthy, be sure to get a comprehensive eye exam on a regular basis. It's the most effective way to find out whether you need glasses or contacts or if your prescription has changed. It can also be life-changing, as it can detect the early stages of sight-robbing eye diseases. Celebrate Healthy Vision Month by booking an eye exam for yourself and your family today!

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It’s always a good time for a fiesta, so let’s celebrate! Happy Cinco de Mayo! How are you celebrating? Comment below and let us know what your favorite Mexican food or drinks are!

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In need of shades for them rays? We have you covered. UV radiation not only causes sunburn, premature skin aging, and potentially skin cancer; extended exposure to the sun's dangerous rays can also lead to vision-robbing diseases like macular degeneration and cataracts. Protect your eyes by wearing 100% UV protection sunglasses.

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Get up on your feet and dance! It’s International Dance Day… AND it’s FRIDAY! Comment below 👇 and let us know what music you like to bust a move to.

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Get up on your feet and dance! It’s International Dance Day… AND it’s FRIDAY! Comment below 👇 and let us know what music you like to bust a move to.

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FALSE! Some people have had blurred vision for a long time without realizing it. Once they get glasses and start seeing clearly they realize that having poor vision isn’t cutting it! When their glasses come off, it may seem like their vision has gotten worse. In reality, it only appears worse because they now know what it’s like to see clearly.

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You may have been doing the following things on a daily basis…without realizing that they're actually PRETTY BAD FOR YOUR EYES!

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Happy Easter to our egg-cellent patients!

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Handling lenses with dirty hands is a common contact lens mistake. When handling contact lenses, remember to wash your hands with soap and water beforehand, as any bacteria that comes into contact with the eye and contact lenses can lead to an eye infection.

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Did you know that more women suffer from visual impairments than men? In part, this is because women tend to live longer than men. Some visual impairments are also due to hormonal changes during pregnancy and menopause. An annual eye exam is not only beneficial for your vision but for your overall health as well, as it can detect many ocular and physical conditions, like diabetes, high cholesterol, among others. Haven't had your eye exam this year? Get in touch to book yours today!

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Thousands of people get sports-related eye injuries, but the majority of those injuries could have been prevented with protective eyewear. If you or your child plays sports, speak to us about protective eyewear options.

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It has been said, food that resembles body parts are usually beneficial to that said part. A carrot for example, when cut in half, it looks a lot like the eye! Carrots are filled with beta-carotene which converts into vitamin A and helps maintain healthy vision by strengthening the cornea. So go ahead and eat those carrots!

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Happy April Fool’s Day! What’s the best April Fool’s Day prank you’ve ever done or had done to you? Comment below! 🤪

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Did you know that spinach is packed with eye-nourishing antioxidants? These include lutein and zeaxanthin, which have been shown to protect against UV and reduce the risk of chronic eye diseases! Who wants spinach for dinner?

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Happy World Optometry Day! We’d like to thank all of our fellow eye care providers in the optometry field for their dedication and time in providing comprehensive eye care and for keeping everyone’s eyes safe and healthy. Celebrate one of the most important senses we have by scheduling an eye exam today!

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“The first blooms of spring makes my heart sing.” - S. Brown

Happy first day of spring! 🌼

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Digital screen time is at an all-time high, in large part due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some jobs have gone from being in office to being at home office, which may not be such a bad thing except for the increase in digital screen time. If you work at a computer all day, consider getting computer glasses to reduce eye strain. Those working with chemicals, mechanical irritants, and other hazards should protect their eyes with safety eyewear. If you work outdoors, don’t forget your sunglasses!

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We are the luckiest practice to have wonderful patients like YOU!

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It’s Daylight Savings time! You know what that means, right? Spring is almost here!

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Millions around the world are suffering from brain injury. It can impact one's personality, speech, and can even impact vision. Although the eyes may appear to be fine, their communication with the brain may have been disrupted, potentially affecting one's sense of balance, vision, and wellbeing. Fortunately, an optometrist can help. To learn more or to get your eyes checked, book an appointment today.

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Glaucoma is one of the world’s leading causes of blindness. Because it usually shows no symptoms until its advanced stages, the disease can cause irreversible damage over time. Getting a yearly eye exam is the best way to detect eye diseases in their early stages. With early treatment, vision loss can be prevented or slowed down. So don't delay, schedule your yearly eye exam!

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The excessive use of digital devices is taking a toll on our eyes and vision. Save your vision by taking a break every 20 minutes to look at something 20 feet away for 20 seconds. Sit at least arm's length away from your screen and make sure to adjust screen brightness to match the lighting around you to avoid eye strain. That said, the most important thing you can do is to get your eyes examined regularly.

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In 1899, Gertrude Stanton became America's first licensed female optometrist. By 1912, the number grew to 500. Ever since, women have been making a name for themselves in the eye care field and continue to thrive to this day!

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Happy International Polar Bear Day! Fun fact: polar bears have a third eyelid that helps filter UV light. That's right! Because the snowy Arctic reflects loads of UV light, the third eyelid of acts like a natural sunglass.

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Are you squinting more than usual? It’s normal to close your eyes a bit when looking at bright lights, but if you're doing it more frequently than before, it may be time to get an eye exam. Contact us to schedule your appointment today!

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"It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed." - Theodore Roosevelt

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Ready to bring your vision goals to life? Our schedule is open and ready for bookings! Contact us today to schedule your yearly eye exam.

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Happy Valentine’s Day to all of our spectacular patients!

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During this month of love, we'd like to remind you of another crucial long-term relationship in your life – your EYES! That’s right, showing your eyes some love will ensure your vision stays healthy for years to come. So make sure you regularly book your eye exams, eat well, take frequent screen breaks, and protect your eyes from the sun.

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Dr. Marvin Poston (1915-2002) and his family migrated from Canada to California where he was the first African American optometrist to receive his training at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry in 1935. He was also the first African American to be honored as “Optometrist of the Year” by the American Optometric Associates, the highest professional award from the AOA!

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Cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide. Though we've had major advances in cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, countless people requiring cancer care still hit barriers, whether due to income, education, or geographical location. This year, let’s “Close the Care Gap” and raise awareness about the equality gap that affects millions around the world.

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February is AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a leading cause of vision loss affecting millions worldwide aged 50 and older. To maintain healthy eyes and vision, make sure to have routine eye exams, eat healthy foods, stay active, and protect your eyes from the sun!

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The cornea is the clear outer layer at the front of the eye that is composed of proteins and cells. Unlike most of the tissues in the human body, it doesn’t contain any blood vessels, and instead absorbs oxygen directly from the air!



1651 Galisteo Street
Santa Fe, NM

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

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