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Welcome To our Optometrist in Seattle Washington and Bellevue

When searching for an optometrist in downtown Seattle and Bellevue, SPEX Eye Care is here for you. We offer two locations for your convenience when you need to see an eye doctor for an eye exam. We know what it takes to provide you with the personalized care you deserve, and we don't rest until you have the look you want with your new glasses.


SPEX Seattle or SPEX Bellevue Provides Routine and Emergency Vision Services

If you live in the Bellevue or Seattle areas, Dr. Campbell and our well-trained team of staff are ready to treat your vision emergencies and routine appointments. No matter why you are at the office, we work hard to ensure that each patient feels comfortable while receiving treatment.

At every step of the process, we will explain what we are doing so that there aren't any surprises. We understand that you may be nervous about getting an eye exam, and we will take our time to talk with you about any questions you may have.

SPEX for Great Vision Health

If you don't have insurance to cover your vision eye exam, we offer financing options to get you the care you need. In addition, we work closely with insurance providers so that you get all the necessary treatment you need to keep your eyes healthy.

We understand that no one should go without eye care treatment when they need it, and we strive to meet the needs of all patients who come to our door. Whether you have recently discovered a problem with your vision and you have a concern, or you simply need a routine exam to get glasses or contacts, we are here to help.

Meet Our Seattle Optometrist for Your Annual Eye Exam

At SPEX, we believe strongly in giving one to one attention to each of our patients. Both our Seattle and Bellevue offices provide complete eye exams for contact lenses, glasses, testing for glaucoma, and pre- and post-operative care.

When you need eye care in Seattle, contact our SPEX Eyecare office at 206-682-9515 to set up an initial appointment. In Bellevue and the surrounding area, give our Bellevue office a call at 425-747-3937. Dr. Scott Campbell and his team are ready to provide you with the vision treatment you deserve.

Scott Campbell
SEATTLE Optometrist | SPEX Seattle | 206-682-9515
605 STEWART ST
Seattle, WA 98101 1211

SPEX Bellevue
Bellevue Optometrist | 425-747-3937
3700 Factoria Blvd SE
Bellevue, WA 98006




Office Hours

SPEX Seattle Office Hours

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

SPEX Bellevue Office Hours

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed



Meet The Optometrist

  • Dr.
    Scott Campbell

    “At Spex, your eye health is our number-one priority. We combine the latest diagnostic equipment with a level of care and attention to detail that is unsurpassed.” — Dr. Scott Campbell

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  • "Dr Scott is the best you could ever find. We have been going to him for many years...."
    - Ken H, Customer since 1997
  • "My appointment was very thorough and informative. I appreciated the time spent explaining the findings and considerations. In a word, fabulous! I would highly recommend Spex to those considered about receiving the highest quality care with current resources available combined with extraordinary knowledge and compassion...."
    - Lynda M, Customer since 2011
  • "Every person I interacted with at SPEX was friendly and helpful. They were understanding about my financial situation of having to pay out of pocket due to my insurance not covering the visit. Dr. Campbell was informative, very pleasant, and it was a relief/reassuring to work with an optometrist who..."
    - Katrina H, Customer since 2016
  • "Always a pleasant experience at Spex!..."
    - Paul (Leo) O, Customer since 2004
  • "Eye exams here are world class and the doctor is so nice. Very informative and friendly. Staff is super nice as well and they have an amazing selection of cool and unique frames!..."
    - John C, Customer since 2012
  • "I have been going to Spex for years and I will continue to because of the excellent care and knowledge of the staff...awesome customer service and Dr Campbell is amazing!..."
    - Valerie B, Customer since 2004
  • "I have been going to Spex for years and I will continue to because of the excellent care and knowledge of the staff...awesome customer service and Dr Campbell is amazing!..."
    - Valerie B, Customer since 2004
  • "Friendly, professional, well run practice..."
    - Clem P, Customer since 2013
  • "Friendly, professional, well run practice..."
    - Clem P, Customer since 2013
  • "Dr Scott is the best you could ever find. We have been going to him for many years...."
    - Ken H, Customer since 1997
  • "Dr Scott is the best you could ever find. We have been going to him for many years...."
    - Ken H, Customer since 1997
  • "Both my husband and I have been going to Dr, Campbell for 6 or so years now, and we would never consider going to any other optometrist. He is extraordinarily knowledgeable and takes a great deal of care in his exams. He is also very personable. Top notch. Additionally, his..."
    - Lynne S, Customer since 2000

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