Vision Professionals of Leawood, Your Optometrist in Leawood, KS

Vision is a gift that's worth preserving at all costs. Through routine eye care, you can enjoy good vision at every stage of your life. That's why our professional staff at Vision Professionals of Leawood offers quality vision care services for your entire family. From comprehensive eye health and vision exams to designer eyewear, we're here to meet all your eye care needs.

Our Team

Vision Professionals of Leawood is run by Dr. Tyler Ohde, a highly-skilled optometrist specializing in pediatric optometry, contact lens technology, and sports vision. Dr. Ohde and our team are committed to providing professional vision care services to residents of Leawood and surrounding communities. Whether you need routine eye care or help with a complex eye treatment, you can benefit from our optometry team's collective experience and expertise.   

Services We Provide

As a full-service eye clinic, we offer a wide variety of eye care services to help you maintain optimal sight. These include:

Eye Exams – Our primary service is providing comprehensive eye exams for children, teens, adults, and seniors. These exams will test your visual acuity and eye health to uncover refractive errors or signs of eye diseases that have the potential to damage your sight. Refractive errors can be corrected with eyeglasses, contacts, or LASIK surgery. If you are suffering from a disease, we'll recommend treatment to help prevent vision loss.  

Prescription Eyeglasses — We carry a variety of designer eyeglass frames and lenses to suit all tastes, lifestyles, and budgets. Our team will help you choose the eyewear best suited to your needs.

Contacts – If you prefer contacts, you're sure to find just what you need in our contact lens inventory. We carry soft daily wear contacts, rigid gas-permeable contacts, single vision and multifocal contacts, permanent and disposable contacts, as well as specialty scleral contacts for people with eye issues like dry eye and Keratoconus.

Treatment of Eye Conditions and Diseases – Through routine eye exams, our Leawood eye doctor can uncover hidden eye diseases like glaucoma or macular degeneration that can damage your sight. Although there's no cure for these diseases, we can help you manage your symptoms to prevent or delay vision loss.   

We also treat eye conditions like dry eye and computer vision. In addition, if your child suffers from myopia, we offer myopia control services to help manage this condition.

See Our Leawood Eye Doctor for Quality Vision Care for You and Your Family

At Vision Professionals of Leawood, we share your concern for protecting and preserving your sight. Our goal is to help you enjoy high-quality vision throughout daily activities. For quality vision care you can trust, contact our Leawood optometry team at 913- 239-9446 today.

Meet Our Optometrist

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Tyler Ohde

    Optometry isn’t just a medical practice to Dr. Tyler Ohde, it’s a passion—driven by a desire to provide his patients with the best possible eyecare, and healthy vision for a lifetime. That’s why Dr. Ohde is known for taking the time to provide each patient with a thorough eye exam. And it’s why Vision Professionals of Leawood uses state-of the-art medical technology to help assess the needs of each patient.

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    "Dr. Ohde spent so much time with me during my examination. Very professional and courteous! And the staff is AMAZING!! AND!! THEY HAD POPCORN"

    - Wendy Wilson Craig

    "Exceptional experience! Dr. Ohde and his knowledgeable team are efficient, friendly and professional."

    - Jill Campbell

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed