Just because the weather is cooling down, it doesn’t mean that your kids should be kept indoors all winter long. In fact, there are many reasons to have them spend time outdoors, not least of which is to protect your child’s vision.Read More
Congratulations to Dr. Kuzniar who won the George Mertz Contact Lens Residency award for her efforts last year during her residency at Indiana University working with specialty scleral contact lenses!
On Aug. 21 a solar eclipse will be visible across North America, and several optometry organizations have offered advice on how to view the event safely. According to the American Optometric Association, it is safe to look directly at the sun only during the totality of the eclipse, when the moon entirely blocks the sun’s…
Our office will be closed from July 1st through July 5th. We will resume our regular business hours on Thursday, July 6th at 8:30am.
Birmingham Vision Care is proud to announce that our clinic is expanding. Dr. Jamie Kuzniar will be joining our practice July 15th.
Our office will be closed May 27-29 in observance of Memorial Day. We will be open at 9am Tuesday morning.
Congrats to Mallory! After lots of hard work and dedication, Mallory is now a board certified vision therapist! We are so proud of you and your accomplishment!
Jennifer is our veteran optometric technician, with four years under her belt. Jennifer graduated from Central Michigan University, majoring in Early Childhood Development, with a minor in Communication Disorders. She also has an Associate’s Degree in Medical Assisting, from Baker College. She decided to put all of her knowledge and hard work towards getting certified,…
December 23-26, Closed. December 27-31, Normal Business Hours. January 2, Closed. We wish you and your family a very happy holiday season!
Birmingham Vision Care cordially invites you to join us for an exclusive eyewear event featuring Tory Burch | Tom Ford Complete Collections Tuesday, December 13th 2:00pm-7:00pm Contact our office at 248-539-4800 for more information.
A cataract is the clouding or an opaque area of the ordinarily clear lens of the eye. This can interfere with vision. Sometimes a cataract is very small and affects the your vision very minimally or not at all. However if a cataract is suspected or diagnosed, it is recommended that it be monitored closely…