See Life Clearly With Our Ophthalmologist in Denver, CO
We Schedule Same-Day Appointments
If you notice sudden changes in your vision, you should see an eye doctor as soon as possible. Our office tries to fit patients in quickly and may even have a same-day appointment available.
"I am so impressed with all the staff and the doctors. We have been going to the practice for several years. I had never met Dr. Coco. He is wonderful. Bernadette did a fantastic job detailing my cataract surgery and Dr. Coco did a stellar job calming me down the morning of the surgery. I was very nervous but Dr. Coco was very calm and reassuring. Just what I needed."
Directions and Hours For Our Denver, CO, Practice
Hines Sight is proud to be a trusted eye care center for patients throughout Denver and the state of Colorado. Our ophthalmology office is conveniently located across the street from Porter Hospital and by the University of Denver campus. There's even a coffee shop right next to our building. Patients are welcome to park in the lot just outside our office.
Ophthalmology Patients Trust
Since 1983, our doctors have been providing effective eye care in a welcoming environment that makes patients feel comfortable. In addition to helping patients like you protect their vision, our ophthalmologists have also been the go-to specialists for many professional athletes, TV personalities, and physicians seeking LASIK.
Our optometrists and ophthalmologist strive to provide our patients with the latest solutions in the field of ophthalmology. Our Colorado office is proud to be the destination for all your eye care needs.
High-Quality Care Is Our Mission
"Our mission is to maximize the vision and health of each of our patients. We strive to compassionately provide efficient care, without sacrificing quality." Hines Sight
Protect Your Vision With Our Specialists Serving All of Colorado
With our technologically-advanced center and broad range of care, we are confident we can provide you with gentle, effective solutions for many of your eye problems. Whether you need new glasses or require surgery to treat an eye condition, our optometrists and ophthalmologist can help protect and restore your vision.
Don't put treatment off! Request a consultation with our ophthalmology practice today:
See What Our Ophthalmology Patients Are Saying "I cannot say enough good things about Hines Sight."
Dr. Coco and all of his staff, especially Bernadette, went above and beyond to make me feel welcome and to educate me on my options and my cataract surgery... I cannot say enough good things about Hines Sight.View on Google
Professional in every way! Well run office. I was traveling when a medical emergency happened. I was seen within a day of my release from the hospital and diagnosed to my satisfaction. This happens so rarely in today’s environment.View on Google
Our Featured Services
Glasses and contact lenses can be a distant memory with LASIK, a procedure that uses a laser to reshape a patient's corneas to improve their vision. LASIK is an innovation in modern medicine that can treat patients with myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. Our ophthalmologists have provided LASIK to more than 50,000 patients.
Cataracts make vision blurry or foggy. Our Denver ophthalmologist can perform two types of cataract surgery to break up and remove your clouded lens and replace it with an IOL. These new lenses correct your vision and may even eliminate the need for corrective lenses.
Attending routine eye exams with our optometrists allows them to perform a visual acuity test and refraction assessment. These tests determine if you need glasses or contact lenses. Our optometrists will also screen you for glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and more to help you maintain your vision.
Our Complete List of Services
- Astigmatism treatment
- Cataract surgery
- Contact lenses
- Corneal disorders treatment
- Custom LASIK
- Diabetic eye exams
- Diabetic retinopathy treatment
- Dry eye treatment
- Eye exams and eyeglasses
- Eyelid surgery
- Glaucoma treatment
- Keratoconus treatment
- Laser floater removal
- LASIK surgery
- Macular degeneration treatment
- Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK)
- Presbyopia treatment
- Pterygium surgery
- Retinal disorders treatment
What is the difference between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist?
While an optometrist can examine, diagnose, and treat your eyes, an opthalmologist is a doctor who can provide patients with medical care and surgery for eye conditions. Our ophthalmology practice is proud to employ both optometrists and an ophthalmologist so patients can receive well-rounded care from one location.
I'm diabetic. How often should I visit an optometrist?
We recommend that patients with diabetes have their vision checked at least once a year to prevent vision loss, and more often if they notice changes. Patients with diabetes are at greater risk for a variety of eye problems like diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, cataracts, and glaucoma. If left untreated, these problems can impair vision, even to the point of blindness. Preventative care, including yearly comprehensive eye exams, allows us to catch early warning signs and diagnose conditions at the earliest stage possible.
What More Patients Are Saying About Our Colorado Office
Staff and Dr.Cushing were very kind. Did not feel pressured to purchase contacts from them, gave me a prescription with no questions asked. Clean environment.View on Google
EVERY person working here is friendly and professional. They fixed my issue and put me at ease. As a first time patient, I’m here to stay! I highly recommend them.View on Google