Ophthalmologists & Eye Doctors in Rochester, MI
Eye Care Services in Rochester
With leading-edge technology and highly experienced, physicians, optometrists, and eye doctors in Rochester, MI, the team at Michigan Eye Institute can help you achieve your best visual outcome. When you think eyes, think Michigan Eye!
Comprehensive Eye Care
Maintain your clearest vision and optimal eye health by coming in for your annual general eye exam. You can opt for an Optomap check during this exam to look out for early signs of eye disease. After your exam, you can find corrective lenses that suit you right at MEI.
One in every two people over the age of 60 has cataracts, where the lens of your eye becomes cloudy. The experienced eye surgeons at MEI provide customizable procedures with several artificial lens (IOL) options for the sharpest vision possible.
Laser-assisted cataract surgery uses laser technology to increase precision and accuracy and minimize risks during the procedure.
Dropless cataract surgery is an alternative to traditional cataract surgery that offers an easy recovery—you don’t have to worry about administering eye drops after this procedure.
LASIK Eye Surgery
If you’re tired of relying on glasses and contacts, LASIK may be a great choice for you. MEI offers modern procedures with quick recovery times. Schedule a free consultation with our ophthalmologists in Rochester to see if LASIK is right for you.
Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness among Americans. This disease causes fluid buildup and pressure in the eye that eventually damages your retina and optic nerve. Our glaucoma specialists can monitor and treat this condition with medication as well as drainage treatment.
Your retina is a tissue layer in the back of your eye that receives incoming light, converts it into a neural signal, and transmits it to the optic nerve for visual processing. To keep this part of your eye healthy, we can perform a proactive retinal screening during your next eye exam to rule out issues like retinopathy or macular degeneration.
The tissues and facial features around your eyes can affect your vision. If problems like excess eyelid skin or drooping eyelids are worsening your vision, our certified oculoplastic surgeons can perform reconstructive surgery to improve your eyesight and related facial conditions.
Once you get your prescription, you need corrective lenses that are customized to you. Our optometrists can help fit you for the right glasses and contact lenses, including designer frames and sunglasses.
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Why Choose Michigan Eye Institute?
Our mission is to provide accessible, patient-centered care. That’s why we provide a full range of services to meet all your vision needs and partner with local physicians to serve as many people as possible.
Our ophthalmologists and optometrists have extensive experience and training in treating a wide variety of eye diseases like cataracts and glaucoma and performing leading vision correction procedures like LASIK.
What Does an Ophthalmologist Do?
Ophthalmologists specialize in advanced eye care and treatments for clear vision and healthy eyes. Optometrists often refer patients to ophthalmologists for specialized medical advice, surgery, medications, and more.
At MEI, our ophthalmologists are highly skilled in performing common procedures like LASIK and cataract surgery, as well as treating conditions of the cornea, retina, and more.
What Does an Optometrist Do?
Optometrists specialize in optometry, which primarily involves examining the eye and testing vision. They can diagnose, treat, and write prescriptions to help patients manage eye conditions. They can also help you track existing conditions like dry eye and cataracts.
Michigan Eye Institute
Rochester, MI 48307
Monday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM