We are excited to have Dr. Trisha Morehouse here helping us see patients. 

A little bit about her is She is married, has 3 young kids, lives in Brookings now but grew up in Parkston SD. She comes from an Ophthalmology clinic background so she is excited about the technology we have here to earlier detect any eye diseases.

 Give us a call today to set up your annual exam with Dr. Morehouse. We can't wait for our patients to meet her.








Weiss Eyecare Clinic


 November 6th-10th Frame and Lens SALE


Buy one pair of Eyezen (single vision) lenses get the second pair FREE,

$100 off Progressive (no line bifocal) lenses,

50% off Frames


30% OFF Sunglasses that week only!


 Eyezen lenses are enhanced Single Vision lenses that defend against Digital Eye Strain and reduce exposure to Harmful Blue Light.

  • Digital Eye Strain is defined as physical eye discomfort felt after two or more hours in front of a digital screen.
  • Harmful Blue Light is all around you, due to the increasing use of devices and new lighting technologies inside and sunlight outside. It is one of the many risk factors such as age, genetics, diet, lifestyle, and occupation, that may contribute to Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD). AMD is a leading cause of severe vision loss and blindness in adults over the age of 60. 


 The first pair of Eyezen lenses must be Transition (lenses darken when you go outside) but the second pair can be clear or even sunglass lenses.


These are AMAZING deals!! Don't miss out on them!!









 Do suffer from Dry Eyes? If you answered yes to that question, we have some exciting news for you!!!

We now have the ability to evaluate and assess the severity in more depth with our new Lipiview instrument.


This tool will help to identify the type of Dry Eye Disease you may have by doing a few different tests to determine if the symptoms and issues stem from oil layer deficiencies or the water layer of your tear film. From there the doctor will be able recommend the best kind of treatment needed from the full assessment.


     One of the types of treatment the doctor may recommend due to the severity is the Lipiflow procedure itself. This is just an amazing new advancement in technology to help with Dry Eye Disease and we are SO excited to be able to offer it to our patients!!

           This procedure is not painful whatsoever and is actually kind of relaxing. The applicators are put on to the eyelids and heat up to a comfortable 108 degree temperature and massage the Meibomian Glands, which are what produces the oily portion of our tears to keep our eye moist, and by doing this it can release any debris or blockage and get those glands functioning again to help with those annoying discomforts. If you would like more information or to set up your Lipiview full assessment, please give us a call. We would love to answer any questions you may have.






How much is your vision worth?.... Something to think about




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