We are conveniently located near you in Indiana, Pennsylvania and we also regularly see patients from Homer City, Clymer.
The local Indiana Optometrist near you, offering you and your family top quality eye care delivered with unsurpassed customer service.
Shirley Eye Care accepts a number of insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs.
“I personally invite you to the Shirley Eye Care experience. My staff and I strive to create an atmosphere of uncompromised service and personal care. I am confident that you will thoroughly enjoy your visit and feel comfortable referring your friends and family to Shirley Eye Care for all of their ocular needs.
I consider it an honor and privilege to provide eye care and look forward to serving each patient to the best of my ability so that you can see great and feel great when you leave my office.
Call our Indiana eye care clinic today to schedule an appointment and see the difference for yourself!”
Treatment of Contact Lens Discomfort & Dry Eyes in Indiana, Homer City Pennsylvania
Dry Eye Syndrome, termed keratoconjunctivitis (KCS) refers to dry eyes that irritate you constantly. This annoying condition is due to insufficient production of tears or a poor quality tear composition. When your eyes aren’t lubricated well, you’ll suffer from the sensations of scratchiness, burning, watery eyes, blurred vision and/or a feeling of something gritty stuck in your eyes. The particular cause of dry eyes varies from person to person, and effective dry eye treatment is therefore also highly individual.
Many people love the convenience and quality vision of contact lenses. If you are interested in wearing lenses instead of eyeglasses, we’ll help you with all that you need. At Shirley Eye Care, our eye doctors will examine your eyes to determine if you’re a good candidate for contacts, and we’ll fit you with the best type for your visual requirements.
Symptoms of dry eyes include redness, scratchiness, itching, a sensation that something gritty is stuck in your eye, excessive watering and the need to keep rubbing your eyes. While there is no cure for dry eyes, our goal is to bring you lasting relief. Additionally, if you are considering LASIK, dry eyes may prevent you from being a good candidate for this refractive surgery.
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