Welcome To Knight Vision, Your Comprehensive Local Optometrist

Are you looking for eye care in the Silverdale area? The optometry team at Knight Vision are ready to help. Below is more information about our optometry practice.

Woman getting her eyes examined

Knight Vision Practice

We offer a variety of eye care health needs at your convenience at LensCrafters Inside Kitsap Mall. Make an appointment, grab some food and shop, then come back to enjoy a positive eye care experience here at Knight Vision. You can fill out paperwork at our office, or conveniently in the comfort of your home prior to your visit. We look forward to helping you take care of your eyes.

Our Optometry Team

Our optometry team includes our eye doctor, Dr. Tracy Knight, and knowledgeable staff. We are here to make sure you have a comfortable and positive experience here at Knight Vision. We would love to answer any questions you have about our practice. 

Services We Offer at Our Facility

We offer a variety of services at Knight Vision. These services include contact lens fitting, diabetic eye disease care, glaucoma screening, geriatric eye care, pediatric eye care, LASIK consultation, eye exams, and diagnostic tests. Comprehensive eye exams should be scheduled on a regular basis to make sure your eyes are healthy. Diagnostic tests can be conducted by our eye doctor if an issue was seen during a regular eye exam. Pediatric eye care is provided for our younger patients. Eye care should be started early on, in case a child needs glasses or has an eye issue that needs to be addressed.

Geriatric eye care is given to our older patients, whose aging eyes have unique health needs. Older patients will also want to look into getting a glaucoma screening and diabetic eye disease check periodically. LASIK consultation can be scheduled for patients who want to look into LASIK surgery. Our optometrist can conduct a contact lens fitting after an eye exam for contacts. 

Before we perform any of our special services, come in for a comprehensive eye exam. From there, we can diagnose and treat a specific eye condition you may have. If you would like eyeglasses or contacts, we need to do an eye exam to see what your sight is in each eye to properly fit you for eyeglasses or contacts. Please contact us with any specific questions you have and make sure to set an appointment with us.

Call Us Today To Schedule Your Optometry Appointment

Make an appointment today to get all your eye health care needs. You can visit us at Knight Vision, (At LensCrafters Inside Kitsap Mall), Kitsap Mall 10315, Silverdale Way NW Space #134, Silverdale, WA 98383. You can also make an appointment over the phone by calling (360) 698-7618.

Meet The Staff

  • Dr.
    Tracy Knight

    Located in Silverdale since 1999



Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Amazing doctor who really cares about your eye care. Would recommend to friends and family!"
    Nicholas A.


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Silverdale Office


10:30 AM-6:00 pm


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11:00 am-4:00 pm

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