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Located at Market Optical in Seattle's University Village

Cannon EyeCare is a high-end optometry practice that is accepting new patients. We can handle just about any eye issue. Dr. Mark Cannon specializes in Dry Eye.

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Great Vision, Stylish Glasses, Healthy Contacts

Our patients can order contacts from our website easily. We might even be able to bill your vision insurance... but email us first.

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The optometrists at Cannon EyeCare strive to provide the best eye exams in Seattle. We block off enough time to be thorough so that we can address each patient's individual vision and eye health concerns.

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"Like talking to a friend. Made my contact fitting painless. Cared about my health."

The eye doctors at Cannon EyeCare will try to learn more about your visual demands at work (and at play) at the start of your eye exam.

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"Easy to Talk to, Friendly, Made me Feel Comfortable"

We fit patients for glasses, contact lenses (including complex multifocal and toric fits), and do evaluations for Lasik.

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Eye Doctor Seattle – Optometry Clinic – Cannon EyeCare

Dr. Mark Cannon and Dr. Miranda Cannon

Both Dr. Mark J. Cannon, OD, and Dr. Miranda Cannon, O.D., are from Indiana, and moved to Seattle right after graduating from optometry school. Some say folks from the Midwest tend to have a certain kind of personality that makes them easy to get along with. We look forward to meeting you, and do hope you’ll enjoy our Midwestern hospitality.

Our eye doctors & optometrists provide comprehensive eye exams and contact lens fittings while evaluating your eye health better than most ophthalmology clinics do. Click below to learn more about Seattle’s best optometrists Dr. Mark and Dr. Miranda.


Open Monday through Saturday

Monday 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Free Parking in University Village shopping center’s West Parking Garage (accessed from 25th Ave NE)


A full range of vision services


At Market Optical in University Village

Cannon EyeCare optometrists at Market Optical in Seattle

2602 NE University Village St. Seattle, WA 98105
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Fax: 206-525-3841

Patient Info & Forms

Cannon EyeCare is in network with Premera, Regence, Uniform Medical, HMA, Lifewise, Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Kaiser Permanente’s PPO plans. Your vision insurance carrier may be different than your medical insurance carrier. We do not accept independent vision plans such as VSP, Eyemed, Davis Vision, or Spectera due to unreasonable contractual requirements.
In order to help you prepare for your appointment, please read the documents below. Please print & complete our patient intake form and bring it to your appointment. Otherwise please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time to fill out the paperwork in office.

If you need to request a copy of your medical records be sent to (or from) us, please complete the Medical Information Release Form and return it to the doctor’s office.


How much is an eye exam in Seattle?

It’s $195 for a ‘routine glasses exam’. An eye exam with a contact lens fitting is a bit more, at about $300.

What’s the difference between an optician and optometrist and an ophthalmologist?

An optician is a glasses sales and repair person. They take the Rx data (from an eye doctor) and then set the patient up with proper frames and lenses so it all works.
Optometrists like Dr. Mark and Miranda Cannon are primary care eye doctors that can handle nearly any eye problem.
Ophthalmologists are surgeons who work on eyes. Most patients go to optometrists for annual eye exams, and would be referred to an ophthalmologist as needed for surgical consults, etc.

What diseases can be detected in an eye exam?

Many ocular and systemic diseases can be detected at an eye exam. There are many types of ocular surface disease (Dry eye, etc), corneal disease, cataracts, glaucoma and retinal/vitreous issues. We are also testing brain function on many levels.
Then there are a number of systemic diseases that can be initially diagnosed at an eye exam, such as diabetes and high blood pressure.

Can an optometrist diagnose eye diseases?

Yes, and optometrists also treat most forms of eye disease.

Can optometrists do surgery?

In most states (including Washington) the answer is no. Some states have expanded the optometrists scope of practice to include laser surgery and the removal of “lumps and bumps”.

Can an optometrist diagnose a retinal tear?

Yes. The patient should plan on a dilated eye exam.

How much does it cost to get glasses without insurance?

The cost of glasses varies widely. Warby Parker and other online sellers can often get you a complete pair for $100 or less. Most people pay closer to $400 for a good pair of frames and single vision lenses. At Market Optical in U-Village, most of the frames are $400 and up; then you need to pay for lenses.


Some Patient Reviews

I was in the market for a new optometrist and trusted Google reviews to help me find one. I was not disappointed. Scheduling the appointment online was very convenient and easy, and Dr. Cannon and his staff provided excellent service and care. I will definitely come back for future eyecare needs. Highly recommended.

John H.
I lost a contact on vacation and Dr Mark Cannon went the extra mile to make sure that I got a new one. His eye exams are thorough and he takes the time to explain what he sees and how to best maintain good eye health. An excellent choice for those looking for a great optometrist.

Matthew T
My two teenage children and I have been a client of Cannon Eye Care since they Dr. Miranda Cannon and Dr. Mark Cannon took over the practice well over a year ago. Between my children and I, we have seen both Dr. Miranda Cannon and Dr. Mark Cannon and have had positive experiences with both doctors.

Shari L.
Seattle, WA