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Celebrating 29 Years in Honeoye Falls!

Dr. KissackDr. Barry Kissack and staff members, Jane, Zach, Erika and Opticians Sally and Amy (see them on Important Info: Our Staff) will be celebrating 29 years practicing in Honeoye Falls this year.

Hopefully the information presented here will help you to get to know us better.  We are here to serve you with the best eyecare and optical eyewear available.  The practice has recently incorporated and changed our name to Four Corners EyeCare & Optical.  Nothing else has changed.  We're still here to give you our best service and care.

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If you have any questions or concerns feel free to call us or email us through our website.  Hope to hear from you soon.  Have a great year!

 

 
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