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Welcome to Shreveport Eye Clinic, the region’s trusted center for excellence in eye care for over 60 years. Our highly skilled ophthalmologists are your full-service eye doctors, providing everything from routine eye exams to non-invasive procedures, LASIK and specialized surgeries.
At Shreveport Eye Clinic, our goal is to provide all of your eye care needs under one roof, with a focus on preventive care of your vision. We offer an all-inclusive eye care experience with a variety of services, including assessment, vision correction, eye disease treatment, pediatric eye exams and specialized eye exams. We even have an onsite optical dispensary for all of your glasses, sunglasses and contact lens needs at Ashley Ridge Optical.
If you are ready to take charge of your vision and eye health, we have the right ophthalmologist for you. Contact us today and discover the benefits of becoming a patient at Shreveport Eye Clinic.
To make an appointment, call 318-861-4009 or use our online appointment request form.
We are open 8AM - 5PM, Monday - Friday.
"This is a fantastic clinic! The staff is very warm and welcoming. I always feel relaxed there."
Karen P., Shreveport
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