Eye Doctors in Greenville SC

Greenville – Halton Road

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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.

Are you looking for an eye doctor in Greenville?

We invite you to visit our Greenville eye clinic located on Halton Road, close to Woodruff Road and Haywood Road. Jervey has a team of dedicated eye doctors who work at this location and are focused on helping you achieve your best vision.

In addition to comprehensive eye care, our eye care specialists work with patients who require care for:

  • Cataract Surgery
  • Pediatric Ophthalmology
  • Strabismus

Make an appointment at our Halton Road location to schedule a contact lens fitting or an eye exam with one of our Greenville eye doctors.

Address

601 Halton Rd
Greenville, SC 29607

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

864.458.3885Contact Lens Order Line

864.458.3900Appointment Line

864.458.3811Optical Shop

864.458.8390Main Fax Number

Meet Our Doctors

Our Specialties

Comprehensive Eye Care

Your eyes have more clues about your body’s health than you might think. Comprehensive eye care is for more than just your vision: it’s for a lifetime of health. Let Jervey Eye Group help you achieve your best health through our eye care services. Our doctors can help identify and treat ocular disease, vision problems, and cataracts—and it all starts with regular eye exams at one of our locations in Greenville, Easley, or Simpsonville, South Carolina.

Why do I need a regular eye exam?

Maintaining healthy vision starts with 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 less apparent warning signs such as eye strain or sometimes no warning signs at all.
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.

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 exam involves a series of tests designed to evaluate your vision and check for eye diseases. Each test is necessary and allows your eye care 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.

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Pediatric Ophthalmology, Greenville SC

Children’s vision needs are unique. Childhood is when the eyes grow and develop, and many limitations and diseases can be identified and treated early. 

Often, parents or teachers are the first to notice vision problems. Recognizing preferred head postures can sometimes offer clues. A pediatric eye doctor can help to find a solution whether the problem involves infection, strabismus, amblyopia, or a range of other challenges that can affect children’s eyes. 

Who needs to see a Pediatric Eye Doctor?

Pediatric Ophthalmologists specialize in treating children’s eye problems. Trained to diagnose, treat, and manage all children’s eye problems, they are skilled at recognizing subtle signs of eye abnormalities and planning the correct course of action. That’s why it is best to visit a specialized provider of pediatric ophthalmology when you notice your child exhibiting any of the following warning signs of eye problems:

    • Persistent watery eyes
    • Sensitivity to light
    • Prolonged redness
    • Squinting
    • Frequent eye rubbing when your child is not tired
    • White or yellow material visible in the pupil
    • Wandering or crossed eyes
    • Drooped or bulged eyes or eyelids
    • Frequent head tilting or turning
    • Pus or crust in the eyes
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Strabismus

What is Strabismus?

Strabismus, often called “crossed eyes,” simply means eye misalignment. Strabismus may be horizontal (inward or outward) or vertical.

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