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If your family needs eye exams in Shreveport, Shreveport Eye Clinic is here to help. We've been serving the area for over 60 years with our fully licensed optometrists and ophthalmologists in Shreveport, LA. While an optometrist can notice eye conditions that require medical care and refer patients somewhere for further attention, only an ophthalmologist can provide that medical attention. With eye doctors who are both optometrists and Shreveport ophthalmologists, we can provide 100% of your eye car all under one roof!
Our team of Ophthalmologists in Shreveport LA includes four licensed M.D.s: Carol Strain Clemons, M.D., Ph.D., J. Paul Drummond, M.D., F. Randal Kirchner, M.D., and Mary Catherine Clemons, M.D. Our team of doctors and optometric assistants offer the following services listed below.
Yearly eye exams are important for your ocular health. Your vision may not have changed during the past year, but that doesn't mean that your eyes are exactly the same. That's why, in addition to Shreveport exams, we also screen for glaucoma, cataracts, and other potential conditions. We also offer eyelid exams.
If you need contact lens exams, you'll need a few things in addition to a regular eye exam. Your Shreveport eye doctor will measure the curvature of your cornea, then consult with you about what kind of contacts are right for you. Your ophthalmologist in Shreveport will talk to you about your daily needs, eye sensitivity, allergies, and other considerations. Then they'll help you find the perfect fit! (This includes "hard to fit" contacts and cornea shapes).
You'd be surprised how much your child's eyes can change in just one year! It is extremely important for your family to see their Shreveport eye doctor on an annual basis. And while other eye conditions aren't nearly as common in children as they are in adults, it's still important for your kids to get screen by the best ophthalmologists in Shreveport LA, on time every year!
What's the great thing about having four Shreveport ophthalmologists under one roof? In the event your eyes require surgery or other medical attention, a regular optometrist will simply refer you to an ophthalmologist. At Shreveport Eye Clinic, you'll be examined by one. You won't need a referral to a clinic. More importantly, if you have optical insurance, you won't have to feel like you have to chase your insurance company from clinic to clinic.
It's easy to make an appointment with us. You may use our Contact page to make an online appointment request or just give us a call at 318.861.4009. We are open Monday-Friday from 8 AM - 5 PM. On our contact page, you may easily navigate to directions and our online forms. Take a look at them and fill out what you can before your appointment that way, we can give you the best service without spending a whole lot of time on the basic forms!
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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