Eye Exams in Lafayette, near the Acadiana Mall
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Looking for an Optometrist in Lafayette?
Better vision has a direct impact on your quality of life. Only you can ensure that your eyes are in good health by taking time for regular vision check-ups. Our state of the art equipment and comprehensive eye exams are among the best you will find, designed to go far beyond simple prescription writing (although we do write and fill eye glass prescriptions!). Early detection and treatment of eye disease are critical for long term vision health.
As a Locally Owned Business, Our Mission is to:
– Provide quality, compassionate health care through education, technology, and understanding.
– Combine an honest and knowledgeable staff with the highest quality and most innovative products available.
We offer same-day service on most eyeglass prescriptions and accept most health insurance and vision plans.
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Visit our Optometrists in Lafayette
Whether you need an optometrist for a routine eye exam, to find the right pair of contact lenses or eyeglasses, or for more advanced eye care services, you want to know that the eye doctor you are seeing has the right experience, expertise, and "chair-side" manner to make you comfortable on your visit. With years of outstanding service in the community, our optometrists, Dr. Jeffrey Boudreaux and Dr. John Bollich have a reputation for excellence.
Our eye clinic is located in Lafayette, in the same shopping center as Sky Zone Trampoline Park. Here are Google maps and directions to our Lafayette Eye Clinic which provides optometry and eye examination services to Broussard, Breaux Bridge, Youngsville, Scott, and the surrounding areas.
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Is there any way to prevent macular degeneration?
Doctors aren’t sure how to prevent macular degeneration. Research suggests that ultraviolet light (and possibly blue light) factors into the problem, so sunglasses could be very beneficial. What you eat also affects your macula. Researchers know that antioxidants (vitamins A, C and E), zinc, lutein, zeaxanthin and essential fatty acids all can aid in preventing and slowing down macular degeneration. Read more about nutrition and eye health. Ask your doctor about recommended nutritional supplements. Exercising and quitting smoking might also be helpful.