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    Pittsburgh Eye Associates performs complete and thorough routine and medical eye examinations for people of all ages using a variety of advanced instruments and techniques which make it possible to diagnose conditions both inside and outside the eye.

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    Call our office at 412-683-0500 to verify our insurance participation and your eye care benefits.

    Reviews From Our Happy Patients

    • Yael G, Pittsburgh

      “My recent eye exam with Dr. Cecchini was very thorough and professional. He was really knowledgeable. I loved the glasses selection and found the perfect pair for the perfect price, with the optician’s knowledgeable assistance – and I am quite picky! I highly recommend Pittsburgh Eye Associates. Everyone was wonderful, caring and answered all my questions.”

    • Carl B, Munhall

      "For years I struggled with bifocals and that middle-age eye adjustment. Finally, I went to see Dr. Cecchini at Pittsburgh Eye Associates. Between the analysis and proper lens correction, I see as well as I did 20 years ago! Both the eyeglasses and contact lenses have been game-changers for me. I can’t thank and recommend Pittsburgh Eye Associates enough.”

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    4424 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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    3414 Main St. Munhall, PA 15120
    412- 461-2112

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