Comprehensive Eye Care

& a full range of eye care services

Over the years, our team of skilled ophthalmologists and optometrists have helped thousands of patients enjoy the benefits of better vision. Michigan Eye Institute utilizes the most advanced diagnostic and surgical equipment available at our eye care centers.

Our physicians have studied at some of the most respected eye care institutions, including the University of Michigan, Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic and Bascom Palmer. With our dedication to new technology and highly regarded staff, we are able to provide our patients with leading-edge procedures and quality eye care.

To maintain good vision and to keep eyes healthy, our eye doctors recommend that patients have routine eye examinations every 1 to 3 years. These exams are vital to maintaining vision and reducing the chances of vision loss due to disease.


Choose Optomap as part of your next eye exam. Our Optomap product produces a high resolution image of your eye that helps your doctor ascertain your retina’s health. Not only does it create a quick snapshot about your eye’s health and potential diseases associated with it, but it also provides a permanent record for you and your doctor so that you can review changes each year. Ask us about it!

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it’s time for an eye exam?

  • Holding a book close to their eyes
  • Difficulty reading the front board at school
  • Complaints of blurry sight
  • Frequent squinting
  • Closing or covering of one eye in order to see
  • Need to hold items far away to read
  • Difficulty adjusting to dark rooms
  • Difficulty focusing on close or distant objects
  • Sensitivity to light or glare
  • Double vision

for your eye exam

general exam

During a regular exam a Michigan Eye Institute doctor will thoroughly evaluate eye health and vision. For general examinations, eyes will be dilated. This allows us to perform a complete assessment of the retina, as well as check for any evidence of other common eye diseases. In addition, Michigan Eye Institute also tests patients for glaucoma, eye movement disorders, and visual acuity.

corrective lenses

If a patient is in need of corrective lenses, a doctor will fit them with the correct prescription using various testing methods. That prescription is then sent to our optical department where patients are then fitted with corrective lenses.

Find the Solution
that’s right for you

To get more information about cataract surgery, send us a message. One of our staff members will contact you to set up a consultation with a Michigan Eye Institute doctor. See our procedure locations below.