Two Locations to Serve You
Denver and Fort Collins, Colorado.
Our friendly staff is available to answer your questions and help arrange the best treatment for your vision correction needs. Please contact us at the location nearest to you.
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MEDICAL AND PRIVACY WARNING - DISCLAIMER:
Medical Emergencies must call the office 303-486-2020 or 970-225-2300 for the doctor on call. If you are unable to establish a dialog with Dr. Cutarelli's office in these cases, please urgently seek the nearest ophthalmologist or emergency room.
Urgent or private medical information should NOT be sent by e-mail or via our web page. E-mail and web page inquiries are usually reviewed within 1-2 business days. Information transmitted by e-mail or via our website may be viewed by others, and Cutarelli Vision cannot guarantee the privacy of any information transmitted in this way.
Dr. Cutarelli's office will endeavor to promptly respond to your inquiry, but should you have an eye emergency, such as sudden loss of vision, sudden onset of severe eye pain, or sudden onset of severe eye redness, you will need urgent attention.
The Cutarelli Vision Promise
Dr. Paul Cutarelli is first and foremost concerned about what is best for you as his patient and strives diligently and with great care to achieve the goal of your best possible vision. We invite you to call us today for your personalized consultation.
Denver, Colorado Office
Map and Directions
7887 E. Belleview Avenue, Suite 180
Englewood, Colorado 80111
Fort Collins, Colorado Office
Map and Directions
2105 Bighorn Road
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Dr. Paul Cutarelli performs advanced technology diagnostic testing and treatment, as well as taking the time necessary to provide each patient with information needed to fully understand his or her condition and to achieve the best possible visual outcome.