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Striving To Cover All Your Vision Needs

From simple glasses prescriptions to complicated surgeries, the Eye Clinics of Michigan covers all the bases for eye health


  • Retina: Diabetic Retinopathy, Macular Degeneration

  • Glaucoma

  • Cornea

  • Dry Eye

  • Floaters & Flashers

  • Abrasions Foreign Bodies

  • Pink Eye

  • All other diseases of the eye


  • Advanced Vision Correction: Cataract Surgery with REstor Lens implants

  • Conventional Cataract Surgery

  • Laser Cataract Surgery

  • Ocular Plastics

  • Advanced Glaucoma Treatment

  • Advanced Vision Correction: Cataract Surgery with REstor Lens implants

  • Conventional Cataract Surgery


Macular degeneration is a deterioration or breakdown of the macula, a small area at the back of the eye that allows you to see fine details clearly and perform activities such as reading and driving.  When the macula does not function correctly, your central vision can be affected by blurriness or distortion.  Treatment for Macular Degeneration may include special eye vitamins, regular check-ups and special medications placed in the eye.


A cataract is a clouding of the normally clear eye lens. Clouding of the lenses is a bit like looking through a frosty or fogged-up window. It can interfere with quality of vision, making normal activities such as driving a car, reading a newspaper or seeing people’s faces, increasingly difficult.  Cataracts usually grows slowly in most people after the age of about 40.  The decision for surgery is made when they significantly affect someone’s vision.


Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve – the part of the eye that carries the images we see to the brain. The optic nerve is made up of many nerve fibers, like an electric cable containing numerous wires.  When the pressure of the eye goes to high, damage to the optic nerve fibers occurs, and blind spots start to develop.  These blind spots usually go undetected until the optic nerve is significantly damaged.  Treatment for glaucoma usually involves daily eye drops, and may require lasers or surgery.


People with Diabetes can have an eye disease called diabetic retinopathy.  This is when high blood sugar levels cause damage to blood vessels in the retina.  These blood vessels can swell or leak.  Or they can close stopping blood from passing through.  Sometimes abnormal new blood vessels grow on the retina.  The most important treatment is controlling blood sugars to avoid these serious complication in the eye.  Treatment includes using lasers and special medications placed in the eye to prevent vision loss.

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