We encourage you to contact us with any comments or questions you may have. Please call our office or use the quick contact form below. For over thirty five years the board certified ophthalmologists and optometrists at the Vision Institute of Michigan have provided superb eye care and leading edge vision care technology to patients throughout the Detroit metropolitan area.
|Address||14049 East 13 Mile Road|
|Phone Number||(586) 415-5500|
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Here are some of the most frequently asked questions patients have about their vision and general eye health issues. If you have any other questions, or would like to schedule an appointment, we would love to hear from you. Many serious eye diseases often have little or no symptoms until they are well developed. The only way to diagnose a problem early in such a case is to schedule periodic eye exams. This is the best way to preserve the clearest vision possible for life. Eye exams are recommended periodically, with the interval differing for various age groups.
If you are seeking ways to correct your nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism (irregularly shaped cornea) or just have a desire to decrease or eliminate dependence on glasses or contacts, we can help. Our practice specializes in providing the most advanced refractive surgical options including some of the best Advanced Surface Treatment (AST) and LASIK eye surgery Michigan has to offer. Frequently considered to be one of the best LASIK surgeons in Michigan, Detroit based, Dr. Jay Novetsky carries years of experience with him in performing refractive surgery in the Detroit metropolitan area.
These procedures include removal of excess skin and fat of the upper lids sometimes with re-insertion of the muscle that controls eyelid height. For those with droopy eyelids, blepharoplasty can make for a dramatic effect not only in appearance but for improved vision. If vision is obstructed significantly, medical insurance can help pay for this surgery. Those who have excessive tearing due to drainage problems need an evaluation to find the precise reason for the obstruction. Irrigation of the tear drainage system (lacrimal apparatus) can help identify the location of the obstruction.