My mission is to provide quality, personalized eye care for each and every one of my patients. I enjoy building relationships, and educating my patients on the newest and latest technologies available in the optical industry. I strive to provide exceptional service and promise you will love your vision with your new glasses or contact lenses. Our vision is a gift, make sure you preserve yours by having your annual comprehensive eye exam.
Walmart Vision Center 7207 North M-1 Highway Gladstone, MO 64119 — Tue: 11-7, Fri: 9-4, Sat: 9-4
Michelle L. Pine-Woolf, O.D. has been serving the Gladstone and Kansas City metro area for over 9 years. She completed her doctor of optometry degree from the University of Missouri St. Louis College of Optometry in 2009. Dr. Pine-Woolf trained at OMNI Eye Centers of Kansas City, LasikPro in Orlando, FL, and the Carl Albert Indian Hospital in Ada, OK. She began her career in the optical field over 18 years ago, starting out as an optician and then eventually working as an ophthalmic technician while completing her degrees.
Michelle grew up in Independence, MO where she currently resides with her husband, Matt (Math teacher and guitar aficionado) and their young daughter. She enjoys traveling, going to concerts, and spending time with family and friends.
Accepted Vision Insurance Plans
— Blue Cross Blue Shield KC*
— Davis Vision
— March Vision
— Nat'l Vision Administrators
— Superior Vision
— VSP (out of network)
— *Gladstone Locations Only. Plans vary.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How often do I need to get my eyes examined?
A: It is recommended by the American Optometric Association to have your eyes examined once a year.
Q: At what age should my child get their eyes checked?
A: It is recommended to have your child’s eyes examined at or around the age of six months, then again around the age of 3. Starting at age 5, your child should be having yearly comprehensive eye examinations.
Q: I’ve scheduled my eye appointment, what should I bring with me?
A: It is recommended you bring your current pair of glasses, even if they are broken. If you have your contact lens boxes or information, bring that as well. Please do not sleep in your contact lenses the night before your appointment. Also, be sure to bring your detailed medical history and a list of your medications.
Q: How long does it take to get my glasses or contact lenses?
A: It typically takes 7-10 business days to receive your new glasses. For contact lens exams, we usually will have trial pairs in stock that you can go home with that same day. We also have a large selection of contact lens brands in stock if you want to purchase your boxes that day. If your prescription is not in stock, then it typically takes 7-10 business days to receive your boxes.