Welcome to SPEX Eye Care in Seattle and Bellevue

If you live in or around Seattle or Bellevue, WA and are looking for a comprehensive optometry provider, look no further than SPEX Eye Care. Our experienced and caring eye doctor will give you the personalized attention that you need for your eyes. Check out our impressive selection of eyeglasses, sunglasses, contact lenses, and essential optical accessories. We are determined that you will love them because our selections are quality built and durable to benefit you for your lifestyle.


Routine and Emergency Vision Services at SPEX

Whether you need a routine eye exam, vision screening, or emergency vision services from our optometrist due to an injury or debris in the eye, don’t hesitate to contact our optometry team here a SPEX. From the moment you enter our comfortable and calm office environment, you will feel welcome and right at home. We want you to communicate your eye needs to us, so we can give you the very best service and treatment. Our most popular services at SPEX include:

  • Eye Exam and Vision Test
  • Contact Lens Exams
  • Dry Eye Treatment
  • Pink Eye Treatment
  • LASIK Co-Management
  • Pediatric Eye Care

Our talented optometrist and eye care team can tackle many other eye-related conditions, so be sure to call one of our two locations to inquire about specialty services or ask any other questions you may have.

Let SPEX Help You FLEX Your Vision

Not everyone has access to vision insurance, so we do offer financing options for qualified patients and may be able to assist with set payment plans. Your vision is one of the most important senses available and our duty is to help each and every patient with quality eye care. We accept most types of major insurance plans, flex spending accounts, and we also accept payments in cash, check, or by credit card. If you think you may need help paying your balance in full, just let us know prior to the beginning of your exam so that we can discuss available options.

Make SPEX Your Optometry Solution in Seattle and Bellevue

Our priority at SPEX is your eyesight and vision health and that’s why we offer the most innovative examination process to ensure that no vision issue goes unseen. Our optometrist and vision care team can help you see clearly every single day. Schedule an appointment with SPEX Eye Care in Seattle by calling 206-682-9515 or contact our Bellevue location at 425-747-3937. You may also contact SPEX Eye Care online. We strive to answer every message promptly and will get back with you as soon as possible.

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-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-6:00 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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