Stevens Street – Greenville

Right here where you need us

Each of our Upstate locations offers a full range of eye care services and products. Choose the one most convenient to you. Get to know our doctors and specialities.

Address

5 Stevens St
Greenville, SC 29605

Hours

Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Medical Office Hours
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Optical (Glasses) Office Hours
7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Ambulatory Surgical Center Hours (ASC)

864.458.3885Contact Lens Ordering Line

864.458.3900Appointment Line

864.250.6533Optical Shop

864.250.6443Main Fax Number

Meet Our Doctors

Our Specialties

Glaucoma

What is Glaucoma?

Glaucoma is an eye disorder that results from damage to the optic nerve. Often called the “silent thief of sight,” this degenerative eye disease slowly steals vision without readily apparent symptoms. If left untreated, glaucoma can lead to permanent vision damage or blindness. This is why it is so important to have regular eye exams. Otherwise, you may not realize this silent disease is damaging your vision.

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Cornea & External Disease

What is the Cornea?

The cornea is the clear front surface of the eye situated directly in front of the iris and pupil. The cornea allows light to enter the eye and provides 65% to 75% of the eye’s focusing power.

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Retina Care

What is the Retina?

The retina is a multi-layered sensory tissue that lines the back of the eye and connects the visual images that you see to the brain via the optic nerve. It functions like the film in the back of a camera.

The retina has millions of photoreceptors that capture light rays and convert them into electrical impulses. These impulses travel along the optic nerve to the brain where they are turned into images. Any type of disruption while these images are traveling to the brain results in vision loss or distorted vision.

What is the Macula?

The central part of the retina, called the macula, is the most sensitive. If the macula is affected by disease, seeing becomes very difficult. The macula is responsible for your central vision, allowing you to read or recognize another person.

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Comprehensive Eye Care

Why do I need a regular eye exam?

In order to maintain healthy vision, it is important to have regular eye exams. Early detection and treatment of vision challenges by an eye doctor can be the key to preventing vision loss.

While some eye diseases have apparent symptoms such as red eyes, light sensitivity, or flashing lights, many serious, vision-threatening problems have no warning signs.

Many debilitating eye diseases can be diagnosed by your eye doctor before noticeable symptoms occur, potentially making the difference between minor damage and major vision loss.

A comprehensive eye examination involves a series of tests designed to evaluate your vision and check for eye diseases. Each test is necessary and allows your doctor to evaluate different aspects of your vision

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Cataract Surgery

What is a cataract?

We live most of our lives with clear eye lenses that enable clear vision. As your eye begins to age, natural proteins in your eye begin to clump together causing a clouding of the crystalline lens. This is a cataract.

Cataracts gradually prevent light from reaching your retina — the back layer of your eye that processes images to send to the brain. When this occurs, the light that enters your eyes becomes scattered and distorted, resulting in gradual loss of vision. If not properly treated with surgery, cataracts can lead to severe vision loss or blindness.

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