Welcome To Us

38430455556_fb9b79e2da_o.jpg
 

Urban Eyes ...

was created to fulfill the need for high quality full scope optometric care within the heart of downtown Phoenix. At Urban Eyes we understand that each patient is unique and with that comes unique visual demands.  In addition to vision correction, we completely evaluate your internal and external ocular health which is often an indicator of overall systemic health. We recommend yearly health screenings to catch problems early and employ preventative measures. 

 
 

 

 

 

Our mission...

is great vision. We exist to make you see and look great. You deserve to see the world and never miss a beat so we're here to keep those magnificent peepers in tip top shape. We aim to introduce you to independent eyewear, the designers behind them, and the stories that make them unique. Each hand finished block of acetate and metal is as unique as yourself. While the frames may be art in themselves - its you that brings them to life. We also offer contact lens fittings ranging from daily soft lenses to Ortho-Keratology and medically necessary specialty lenses.       


 Dr. Jason Klepfisz

 

Dr. Klepfisz is currently a member of the Arizona chapter of the American Academy of Optometry and Arizona chapter of the American Optometric Association. Urban Eye Care is proud member of Vision Source. 

 

Dr. Jason Klepfisz...

grew up in New York and received his bachelors in biology from the University of Massachusetts followed by his doctorate from the Arizona college of Optometry. Postgraduate-residency was completed through the Southern California College of Optometry at the Zuni New Mexico Indian Health Service hospital where Dr. Klepfisz trained in primary care and ocular disease. In his spare time he enjoys running, hiking, snowboarding, and learning. You can often catch him at Orange theory or running down Central Ave. The commoditization of health care has inspired the doctor to take a step back and offer a unique boutique approach to managing your ocular health and visual demands.