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  • Seattle's LASIK Leader.
  • "I highly recommend Sound Eye & Laser, Dr. Phillips and the entire staff!"
  • "This was one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life, and I am so, so happy with the results."
  • The surgery was painless and quick... I walked out of my two month follow-up with 20/20 vision. It has been 30+ years since I could see anywhere near this well without some kind of lens.

    - Robert

  • "The results I got were fantastic!! The day after I had the procedure done, my vision was corrected to 20/15. It has held steady since. I highly recommend Sound Eye & Laser! They deliver results!"


An Update from the Sound Eye and Laser Team

By • Feb 12th, 2015 • Category: General Eye Health

Dr. Stephen Phillips has taken an unplanned medical leave, therefore Sound Eye and Laser is not currently scheduling patient appointments. If you are a current patient, please call our office at 206-622-2020 if you have questions and concerns. We are committed to making sure you have the continuing eye care that you need during this […]

Are Eye Products Bad for Your Eyes?

By • Jan 31st, 2015 • Category: General Eye Health

Eye drops, mascara, and permanent make-up tattoos are incredibly popular and useful for millions of people. They save time, boost your appearance, and can help your eyes feel more comfortable. However, as with any beauty products, there are good and bad uses for eye products. Eye Drops Products like Visine are commonly used as restorative […]

Senior Eyes: 7 Symptoms of Cataracts

By • Jan 17th, 2015 • Category: General Eye Health

Over 20 million Americans over the age of 40 have a cataract in at least one of their eyes and the number is expected to rise to 30 million by 2020. Methods exist to prevent cataracts and to treat patients who suffer from the degenerative condition, but there are ways to determine whether or not […]

3 Tricks for Quicker Contact Lens Insertion & Removal

By • Dec 28th, 2014 • Category: General Eye Health

Sound Eye and Laser specializes in comprehensive LASIK surgery, but we also offer full-service ophthalmology and an optical shop. Because we can serve our patients’ vision throughout every stage of their lives, we know about some of the struggles that arise with people starting out with contact lenses. We thought we’d share a few easy […]

How to Tell if You’re a Good Candidate for LASIK

By • Dec 17th, 2014 • Category: General Eye Health

LASIK procedures can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatisms and it’s a great, long-term or permanent solution to vision problems. However, it may not be right for everyone. Though only about 15% of our patients aren’t found to be eligible candidates for the procedure, we thought we’d share a few factors on how to tell whether […]

7 Foods that Improve Eye and Vision Health

By • Dec 6th, 2014 • Category: General Eye Health

It’s the holiday season and food is plentiful! Hams, turkey, pies, and casseroles – everything looks and smells good this time of year. But as the old saying goes, “you are what you eat,” and that’s very true for your eyesight. At Sound Eye and Laser, we’ve come up with a handy list of foods […]

Sound Eye and Laser’s Fall Fashion Eyewear Sale

By • Nov 12th, 2014 • Category: General Eye Health

At Sound Eye and Laser, we’re known for our expertise in LASIK procedures and our 25 years of experience in the eye care field. But did you know we also provide full-service vision care? This Thursday and Friday, stop in and save 20% off frames with a purchase of lenses! Even better, you can get […]

5 Reasons to Choose Sound Eye and Laser

By • Nov 12th, 2014 • Category: General Eye Health

There are plenty of eye care professionals in the Seattle area, and as a patient you deserve to have the very best care. But with something as important as your vision, you should feel assured by your choice of provider. Here are 5 reasons to choose Sound Eye and Laser: 1. Full-Service Convenience Sound Eye and […]


By • Apr 25th, 2014 • Category: General Eye Health

Red Eyes and Dry Eyes are common symptoms of wearing contact lenses for long periods of time – especially if you work involves reading all day, driving or sitting in front of a computer screen.