Welcome To iCare4Vision

Are you looking for a Wheaton eye doctor? Look no further, iCare4Vision is the answer for optometry needs. Our optometrist, Dr. Cepynsky, has more than 33 years of experience serving the entire Wheaton area.


Background of Our Optometrist in Wheaton

iCare4Vision began as the private practice of our optometrist, Dr. Cepynsky, in 1986. At that time, it carried another name and was located in the Briarbrook Professional Building. In 2017, we moved to a larger facility at our current location in the Shops of Wheaton retail and professional center and took on the name iCare4Vision.

Meet Your Wheaton Eye Doctor

Dr. Natalie T. Cepynsky – Doctor of Optometry – is proud to be your Wheaton eye doctor. She first attended the University of Illinois At Chicago Health Science Center, graduating with honors in 1981. Then she went on to Illinois College of Optometry to attain her doctorate degree in 1985, making her a Doctor of Optometry.

She is a valuable member of the Wheaton Chamber of Commerce and the American Optometric Association, as well as, a member of Voluntary Optometric Service for Humanity (VOSH). This organization takes trips to underserved regions to provide eye exams and glasses to those in need. Dr. Cepynsky has traveled to Ukraine on five of these mission trips.

Dr. Cepynsky remains an independent optometrist to any medical group or hospital. We feel this allows for our staff to work on a closer basis with our patients while still cooperating with other specialists and doctors.

Every member of the iCare4Vision staff was personally selected by Dr. Cepynsky for their abilities, knowledge, and friendly personality. Everyone here works to help our patients have a pleasant easy optometry experience.

Services Offered

We enjoy helping our patients to see the beauty of the world more clearly. To do that we offer a wide range of optometry services including:

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams – During this exam the eye doctor will check: (1) how your eyes work together; (2) for signs of glaucoma or another eye disease; (3) check the pressure of the fluid in your eyes; (4) the sharpness of your vision; (5) what – if any – prescription you need. She may also dilate your eyes to look into your retina to check for diabetic retinopathy or other serious conditions.
  • Contact Lens Exams and Fittings – Dr. Cepynsky will perform a set of specific tests to measure the eye surface – for sizing – and ensure there is adequate tear production for comfort, a tear film evaluation.
  • Prescription Eyeglasses and Sunglasses – The staff here will help you choose a frame and whatever additional features, like tinting, you want.

Schedule an Appointment with iCare4Vision Today!

Do you have questions? Give our friendly helpful staff a call at (630)655-6560, stop by the iCare4Vision offices in Wheaton, or schedule an appointment online now.

 

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Hours of Operation

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Closed from 12 to 1 pm

1:00 pm-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Natalie Cepynsky
    Optometrist

    Dr. Cepynsky grew up in Downers Grove.  She received her Bachelors of Science in 1981 from the University of Illinois, Chicago, and her Doctor of Optometry from the Illinois College of Optometry in 1985.  She started her private practice in 1986 at the Briarbrook Professional Building in Wheaton, and moved the practice to the Shops of Wheaton in 2017, renaming the practice to iCare4Vision.  At this larger facility, she has integrated new technology, without compromising the patient care and compassion that is integral to the core values of the entire staff.

    Dr. Cepynsky resides with her husband George in Lisle, they have 2 grown sons.  She is a member of the American Optometric Association and Wheaton Chamber of commerce.  As a member of VOSH (Voluntary Optometric Service for Humanity), she has been on 5 mission trips to Ukraine, providing eye exams and glasses to people in need.


Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Cepynsky is the best eye doctor I have ever had the pleasure of working with, and I've been wearing glasses since the age of 3! All of her staff members are very informative about costs, helpful with understanding your options and a downright joy to be around. The retinal exam equipment is top of the line! I would highly recommend this office to anyone in need of eye care. Thanks Dr. Cepynsky!"
    Tyler M.
  • "I have been going to see Dr. Cepynsky for over 15 years. Every time I come in the staff is friendly, knowledgeable and eager to help. I have come to rely on them for their honest opinion and ability to select a great pair of frames to fit my face and personal style."
    Maria L.
  • "They are wonderful! Everyone at the office is so kind. The doctor is very good at explaining things, and great with children. I can not say enough nice things about Dr, Cepynsky &Associates"
    Kathryn K.

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