Milwaukee Eye Care has been helping you see clearly since 1933. We were the first eye care practice in Milwaukee and continue to provide the same high quality services you have come to expect. That’s how we remain your vision care leaders.
Our ophthalmologists were the first to offer LASIK surgery in Milwaukee, the new iStent surgery to control glaucoma and laser-assisted cataract surgery. We also offer cataract patients advanced technology lens implants to reduce their dependence on eyeglasses.
New technology and expertise are important, but so is our time-honored tradition of compassionate care. Our staff is dedicated to helping you understand treatment options, so you are comfortable making decisions about eye care for you and your family. From LASIK surgery, glaucoma treatment, and cataract surgery to the way your health care providers make you feel, you deserve the best.
Are you tired of replacing contact lenses and searching for your glasses every morning? Improve the quality of your vision today with LASIK surgery at Milwaukee Eye Care. Our experienced team possesses the skill and knowledge necessary to provide the very best in LASIK care, including All-Laser LASIK and Contoura Vision LASIK. We are proud to be the first to perform LASIK in Milwaukee, and our four convenient Milwaukee area locations reflect our commitment to providing you with top-notch care.
Dr. Jason Edmonds has extensive LASIK experience and is passionate about tailoring the procedure to meet your unique goals and visual needs. Plus, you can trust our pricing structure for LASIK surgery, as our fee includes all necessary costs without any hidden charges.
Start the process today with a free, no-obligation LASIK consultation. Schedule online or call 414-271-2020 to get started.
Regular eye examinations are an important part of general health maintenance. Too often, people put off having eye exams because their vision seems satisfactory, not knowing that in doing so they are putting their vision and health at risk. The eye is truly the window to one’s body since changes in the retinal blood vessels can indicate other medical problems such as diabetes, high cholesterol, and hypertension.
Are you seeking clear vision after cataract surgery? New technology is now available at Milwaukee Eye Care. You can now choose to upgrade your cataract surgery by opting for specialty intraocular lenses including Light Adjustable IOLs, PanOptix trifocal IOLs, Vivity extended depth of focus IOLs, astigmatism correcting IOLs, and Multi-Focal IOLs.