Welcome to A New Vision
Your Optometrist in Beaverton, OR
Great Eye Care and Contact Lenses

Call us at 503-646-8592 today.

A NEW VISION is now located on the westside of Portland, Oregon, off Highway 217 in Beaverton. We offer complete vision care for the entire family. Dr. Stone specializes in optometric vision therapy and vision rehabilitation for children and adults. We provide the highest quality in comprehensive vision examinations, frame and lens selections, and contact lens fittings. The staff of A NEW VISION is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care to all our patients. Our goal is to educate and advise while helping to meet each individual’s vision needs.

Our office is one of the very few in the Portland area that provides developmental vision exams and optometric vision therapy. We welcome children of all ages, both for general eye care and vision therapy. We offer a full service optical dispensary with a wide variety of frames and sunglasses from which to choose. We offer the most current contact lens types available, including bifocal contacts and lenses that correct for astigmatism and other hard-to-fit conditions. Our doctors are on most insurance panels in the Portland area, and our staff is well equipped and experienced to assist you with any insurance related questions.

Why Choose an Optometrist over an Ophthalmologist?

Optometrists (OD) are trained vision specialists who perform refractions to determine proper glasses prescriptions, detect and diagnosis ocular disease, andexamine and treat the functional performance of your vision and how your brain interprets what it sees (i.e., visual perception). Ophthalmologists (MD) focus on surgery and treatment of ocular disease. They can perform refractions but are typically not, however, trained in functional vision performance.

Your eye health is of upmost importance to us in addition to your visual performance. A thorough eye exam is the first line of defense for identifying many diseases at an early stage, when symptoms are minor or not yet present. As your primary eyecare specialist, Optometrists are trained to diagnose ocular diseases and infections, including glaucoma, retinal detachment, and cataracts. Optometrists in the state of Oregon are licensed to prescribe medications for ocular infections such as conjunctivitis ("pink eye"). We work closely with many Ophthalmologists to whom we regularly refer patients when surgical intervention or treatment of retinal issues is required. Our doctors also co-manage cataract and laser refractive surgeries with Ophthalmologists.

Dr. Rose Stone
Beaverton Optometrist | A New Vision | 503-646-8592
4655 SW Griffith Drive #165
Beaverton, OR 97005

  • "We have noticed a huge improvement with our son during and after completing his vision therapy with A New Vision. He is reading at a much higher level, his grades have improved, his confidence has increased, and homework is not taking so long. His improvements are life changing! Thank you so much!"
    D.H. / Beaverton, OR
  • "Everyone in the office courteous. We love Colleen and all that she has done for our son through vision therapy. Dr. Hill is fantastic as well. We appreciate their patience when working with children."
    Christopher O.
  • "The staff at A New Vision is informed and caring. Be it on the phone or in person they are there to help me. Dr. Stone is one of the most patient, compassionate doctors I have ever encountered. She understands my limitations, never takes anything for granted, and approaches me as a whole person instead of as just a specific issue or diagnosis to be treated."
    Cynthia W.
  • "Having experienced a concussion, I saw numerous specialists for my head injury. More specifically, I complained about my vision and how it was not getting better. After visiting Dr Stone for an in depth evaluation, I felt significant relief that I finally met a specialist who can treat my vision issues. I look forward to the progress under her care."
    Beverly C.
  • "I have been going to this practice for 24 years and it is always getting better with new tech and fantastic doctors & staff. i had a very unusual eye infection. Dr. Hill spent lots of time being sure her diagnosis was spot on, and was very cautious to make sure the treatment was working as expected. She is just as fantastic as Dr. Stone! Highly recommend A New Vision."
    Julie S.
  • "Everyone at the clinic is so kind and caring. With the help and expert guidance from Dr. Stone, my Therapist Colleen, and of course a lot of hard homework on my part over several months, I am seeing meaningful improvement in my vision, balance,confidence and other symptoms. Don't give up, trust the process, your in great hands here. Truly grateful!"
    Lory O.
  • "Thorough and efficient. ALWAYS on schedule or ahead of schedule. Dr. Stone is constantly seeking ways to provide the best diagnostic tools for her clients. Her latest "tool" to detect early stage glaucoma was able to identify an unusual form of glaucoma in my wife's eyes that traditional methods might not have picked up on until she started to have vision problems. We drive from the coast just to continue to have Dr. Stone as "our" Doctor."
    Steven K.
  • "Our entire family has been coming to A New Vision for years for eye exams, and two children have successfully completed vision therapy. Our oldest jumped from 1st to 6th grade reading level in six months. The office is clean and bright, staff is super friendly, their equipment is modern, and their frame selection is fantastic. Highly recommended!"
    Anon A
  • "Great service as always. Dr Stone and Dr Taylor take the time to answer questions and offered suggestions regarding eye exercises to help me with fatigue and how to incorperate them into my on the job work routine. The staff is always pleasant helping me choose the colors and styles of eyeglass frames and lens shapes to match what I like and wanted for my personality."
    Stephanie S.
  • "I really appreciate the care provided by Dr. Taylor and all of the other employees who helped me from check in, testing to lenses. Can't wait to get my new glasses!"
    Cynthia D.

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