Helping You Enjoy Seeing Better

At ACE Optometry, PC, you can expect a comprehensive eye examination testing for a spectacle prescription to boost your visual performance.  We offer a wide selection of frames and lenses.  The exam includes checking ocular health at the front and back of the eye.  In addition, we fit contact lenses on an individual basis by tailoring the lens design to your visual and medical needs.

Generally, young adults without ocular health issues should have their eyes examined at least every two years. Children, older adults, and those wearing contact lenses should have an eye examination annually.  A sudden change in vision should be evaluated immediately.  A gradual change in vision should be evaluated as soon as possible.

Simply call ACE Optometry, PC to set up an eye examination.  Let us know if you are having a problem with your eyes or vision.  We want to help you see better, and we want you to enjoy it.


When You Should Visit

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Children may be seen at anytime.  A child's first visit to the optometrist is recommended at age three.  In Nebraska, children are required to have a complete eye examination within six months before entering into kindergarten.  Prior to the kindergarten exam, it is helpful (but not necessary) for the child to know the alphabet and numbers.  Children's eyes may change quickly; thus, we recommend that children be seen annually.

Contact lenses are usually considered after the child has established a constant need for their glasses.  Contact lenses take more responsibility and the parent(s) may determine when their child is ready for contact lenses. If a choice has to be made between glasses and contact lenses, we usually recommend glasses because there are times when contact lenses cannot be worn.  A person wearing contact lenses should be seen regularly.

Young adults without contact lenses, without ocular health issues, and without diabetes are recommended to have examinations every two years.  Of course, if there is any concern about vision, the eye, or headaches, then call ACE Optometry to set up an appointment.  Older adults may have changes that affect their vision and should be seen at least annually.

What to Bring

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Make sure to bring along the following items:

  • Your Current Pair of Glasses
  • Contacts Box or Blister Pack
  • Insurance or Discount Card
  • List of Current Medications
If you’re a new patient, be sure to download and complete the PDF Welcome Packet prior to your visit Download the Welcome Packet

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About ACE Optometry, P.C.

Established in 2007, ACE Optometry, PC opened its door to downtown Norfolk Avenue at the historic Kensington building.  ACE Optometry is conveniently located at the heart of Norfolk among many specialty shops.  The hospitality at ACE Optometry provides a quiet atmosphere to take care of your eye care needs.

ACE stands for Advanced Contacts and Eye care.  We provide primary eye care and team with specialists if necessary. At ACE Optometry, you can expect a comprehensive eye examination testing for your vision prescription to maximize performance.  This exam includes checking ocular health at the front and back of the eye.  In addition, we fit contact lenses on an individual basis by selecting the lens design for your visual, cosmetic, and medical needs.  We also offer a wide selection of frames and lenses.

About Doctor Tomsen

Dr. Tomsen graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and pursued her doctorate in optometry from Southern College of Optometry.  She practiced in a high volume commercial setting in Norfolk for five years before she accomplished her Fellowship with the American Academy of Optometry. She completed a post-graduate clinical residency program at Northeastern State University before returning to serve the Norfolk area at ACE Optometry, P.C.

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