Have you had your yearly eye exam? At Visionelle Eyecare, your annual exam will be gluten-free, dairy-free, fat-free, animal-cruelty-free, free-range, antibiotics-free and sugar-free (well not entirely...). Let my friendly and experienced staff make sure you feel at home and well cared for. Add the Visionelle experience to your annual diet.
Did your last eye doctor speak in a language that only loosely-resembled English? I promise not to use difficult-to-understand medical jargon during your exam - thereby ensuring that you fully understand any diagnosis and treatment plans before you leave my office.
Do your glasses look like they are on loan from Ben Franklin? Let my expert stylists fit you with a pair that is perfect for your features and lifestyle from our handpicked collection.
Are your contact lenses not their original color ...and smell? Often after the rebates I offer, we are less expensive than shopping online. Schedule an appointment with me for the whole family!
Visiting an eye doctor doesn't have to be drab. When you visit my office, my team and I make it a sensory experience - not just a yearly exam. My only question for you is: do you prefer red or white wine?
Get tested for eye conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration. Especially in today’s world of computers, TVs and tons of visual information - it is vital that you catch problems early.
One of the best things you can do for a young child is to ensure their vision is protected. Infants six months and older should receive an eyeexam to detect issues with eye function, get early diagnosis of disease, and prevent misdiagnosis of learning disorders.
Accidents happen! If you need to see Dr. Thomas with an eye emergency during office hours, call: (317) 769-3937. If it is after hours, leave us a message and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.
If you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.
Did you know that diabetes can affect your eye health? Retinopathy is a condition that develops when the blood vessels in your retina become damaged. (The retina is the light-sensitive portion of the back of your eye.) As the damage worsens, you may begin losing your vision. Your eyesight may become blurry, less intense, and begin to disappear.
Do you have teary or watery eyes, or a burning, itching, sandy sensation? Dry Eye Syndrome is usually caused by insufficient or poor quality tears. Get lasting relief before your symptoms exacerbate and damage the cornea.