Eye Care Center
of Northern Colorado
LASIK / ICL
We are proud to offer LASIK & Visian ICL services using some of the most sophisticated technology and techniques available. Our specialty team is highly-rated, and has years of experience performing these delicate procedures.
Meet our Doctors
The knowledge, training, and experience of our team makes Eye Care Center of Northern Colorado the best choice for your eye care needs. Our fellowship-trained specialists in retina, cornea, glaucoma, and oculoplastics treat virtually any ocular condition, no matter how specialized. Our team also provides comprehensive eye exams and contact lens fitting.
Joel S. Meyers, M.D.
Micah W. Rothstein, M.D.
Elisha Tilton, M.D.
Justin Kanoff, M.D.
Anjali Sheth, M.D.
Aimee Verner, M.D.
Matthew Manry, M.D.
Mansi Parikh, M.D.
Carl Noble, D.O.
Robert Krone, O.D.
Jane Wolford, O.D.
Melissa Burton, O.D.
Scott Bartlett, O.D.
Diane Siegel, M.D
Full range of eye care services
Excellent patient care
What our Patients Say
– S. K.
“Always a positive experience. Dr. Tilton and his staff are very professional, helpful, and accommodating. Thanks again for your care and dedication to your profession.”
“I have been given excellent care for my situation from Dr. Sheth for several years and I would recommend her to anyone that is looking for an outstanding ophthalmologist.”
Eye care blog
Preventative Eye Care
Our ability to see the world around us is something we can take for granted. Loss of sight, suddenly or over time, can be devastating to our lives. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent and reduce eye injury and deterioration. Here are ten tips for preventative
Physician Spotlight: Melissa Burton, OD
Dr. Melissa Burton, OD graduated from the University of Michigan and attended Graduate School at the Illinois Eye Institute, in Chicago. During her 4th year of Graduate School rotations here in Colorado she met her husband, Josh, who is originally from Manitou Springs. January 2023 starts her third year
Cool Shades — Sunglasses and Why It’s Important to Wear Them in the Winter
As you get ready to welcome chillier months, adding sunglasses to your arsenal of cold-weather gear might be the last thing on your mind. But when the temperature starts to drop, sunglasses should be one of the top winter accessories on your list. Sunglasses are helpful to wear year-round.
Heal Better. Cut Down Your Cataract Surgery Recovery Time with Our Do’s and Don’ts
Your eyes are itchy. You’ve looked in the mirror and noticed they look almost cloudy. Maybe you see a small bump near your eye, or your vision is getting worse. The culprit could be a cataract. Cataracts affect millions of people every year. It’s an ailment most people end
Eyes Feeling Itchy and Dry? How to Prevent and Treat Dry Eye Syndrome
As the leaves turn yellow and the pumpkins appear on front porches, you might notice another sign of the season that’s far less welcome: dry, itchy eyes. Dry eyes impact nearly 16 million Americans. Colder, drier air has less moisture, which can cause irritation and discomfort. And in the
Blue Light Blocking Glasses Are All the Rage. But Do They Really Work?
With all the additional time you’ve been spending on screens since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, you might’ve noticed a change in your eyes. Many people spending hours in front of a screen every day have experienced dry eyes, eye fatigue, and headaches. This isn’t a coincidence: these
5 Ways to Protect Your Eyes from Too Much Screen Time
In our modern world, screen time is a necessity. Between jobs or school, social engagement, entertainment, and everyday tasks, the average American spends seven hours looking at screens each day. And now that remote work is the norm in many jobs, people are spending even more time on screens
Cataract Symptoms and Causes: When Should I Go to the Eye Doctor?
As you age, it’s normal for your eyes to change. Nearly every person over the age of 50 develops farsightedness and needs reading glasses. But some other changes to your eyes might be cause for concern. The most common one is cataracts. Around the world, cataracts are the leading
Why You Should See a LASIK Specialist (and Be Wary of Heavy Discounts)
About 20 years ago, advancements in medical technology managed to do something miraculous: correct your vision so you can see without contact lenses or glasses. If you’ve been living for years with blurry vision, the idea of waking up in the morning and being able to see — without
Polarized Sunglasses: Are They Better for Your Eyes?
As the summer season rolls in, you might find yourself shopping for warm weather favorites: swimsuits, shorts, and of course, sunglasses! With all the fun options for sunglasses out there, it can be hard to know how to choose a pair. And just when you’ve narrowed down the style