Kalamazoo Optometry offers a wide range of comprehensive vision care services and cutting-edge products from some of the leading brands in the optometric industry. We have an incredible eyeglass selection which is open to the public, so be sure to visit us to take a look.
It is important to have regular eye examinations, regardless of age, visual ability or physical health. More importanly it's important to have a complete eye exam. At Kalamazoo Optometry, we stress the importance of a thorough eye exam. Not only do we determine a prescription to give you the clearest and most comfortable vision, we also assess the health of your eyes, including a dilated eye exam.
The doctors at Kalamazoo Optometry are dedicated to providing you with comfortable and clear vision through contact lenses. We use the newest contact lens technology which allows us to fit difficult prescriptions, keratoconus, dry eyes, astigmatism and distance-near (bifocal) lenses. Furthermore, our partnership with contact lens manufactorers enables us to offer exclusive lenses and rebates not available to other retailers or online sellers.
Glaucoma and AMD
Glaucoma and age related macular degeneration (AMD) are both eye health issues that require a complete eye exam to detect. Most people are unaware of the symptoms from both diseases until its too late, since the effects happen slowly. The disease process for both are unrelated, but early detection is important in both cases.
The opticians at Kalamazoo Optometry hand pick our exceptional selection of eyeglass frames and tailor them to meet your individual design and fitting needs. From our wide range of brands we aim to please your taste for quality and style.
Dry Eye Evaluation
Dry eye is one of the most common eye related conditions, impacting the lives of millions of Americans. There are various methods and medications available to treat the symptoms of dry eye; the first step involves an evaluation at an eye exam.
Diabetic Eye Exams
The Center for Disease control estimates that diabetes affects approximately 30 million Americans (about 10%.) Many people are unware that one of the first places you can see the effect of diabetes is inside the eye! This is why regular exams are important to catch diabetes early, and also monitor or treat any damage to the eye caused by the disease.