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I can say without a doubt that my experience with Michiana Eye Center has been life changing
Jane Underly - Patient
Committed to serving the Michiana community since 1980, we at Michiana Eye Center are proud to care for you and your eyes. Our friendly medical receptionists, technicians, doctors, and opticians are dedicated to ensuring that you are given the most comprehensive care. From the moment you step inside our offices, we believe in guiding you through every stage of quality eye care. From the initial eye exam, to performing diagnostic treatments, complex surgeries, and glasses fittings, we want you to walk out of our offices knowing that we love caring for your eyes.
We are happy to serve you at all five locations in Mishawaka, South Bend, Plymouth, Goshen, and Elkhart.
All our eye doctors provide a full range of eye care for every member of the family; from complete eye exams, contact lenses and glasses to comprehensive medical eye care including dry eye treatment, glaucoma testing and monitoring, diabetic eye care, macular degeneration and pre- and post-operative care.
When intervention is unavoidable, our dedicated eye surgeons provide personalized surgical care at your local hospital or surgery center. Our surgeons use the newest technology to perform all-laser lasik, and we are the first group to perform laser-assisted cataract surgery right here in the South Bend area.
We offer a wide range of surgical procedures, and now feature:
Whether you need to see a general eye doctor, or a surgeon, all our doctors provide a complete, dilated exam.
Each exam tests for:
We recommend that children and teenagers receive eye examinations at least once a year before the start of school. Adults and children that wear corrective lenses should also receive an eye examination at least once a year. Adults without vision problems should schedule an eye examination once every two years, and senior citizens should schedule eye exams to check for glaucoma, AMD and deteriorating vision at least once a year.
To schedule an appointment, call (574) 271-3939, or schedule an appointment online. See how it all starts with the exam.