Regional Eye Center: Eye Doctors in Americus, Montezuma, and Leesburg
At Regional Eye Center, our unique association between Optometry and Ophthalmology brings top quality eye care to patients in the Southwest Georgia area. We are a total eye care facility, able to diagnose and treat almost any eye related problems you may have…from routine care like complete eye examinations to advanced surgery. Our glasses dispensary is stocked with over 3000 frames and we also have a complete contact lens dispensary.
We bring over 100 years of combined experience, combining state-of-the-art technology and surgical techniques with a home-town personal touch. Our most important goal is to ensure that our patients receive the best eye care possible. With offices in Americus, Montezuma and Leesburg, Regional Eye Center has been serving Southwest Georgia since 1970. Schedule an appointment for a thorough evaluation of your eyes.
Our Patients Say...
Great employees and dr. Awesome experience and professional.
Went there for an eye injury and they were such professionals! I am a big baby when it comes to someone messing with my eyes – they made me feel so comfortable! Thanks to all the staff and Dr. Greene ! I will recommend you to all I know!
Dr. Mixon is the best and the staff is all super nice and helpful! Would recommend it to anyone! Best eye care around!
I been going there for 15 plus years and I love it.
The staff was friendly. I was able to see someone the same day. All my questions were answered. I would recommend others to the practice.
Great care from the time I walk in the front door until I leave. Great customer service!! Dr. Tu is awesome, and shows his concern about me and my sight. Great support personal staff, always smiling and calls you by your name. That shows me it is not always about the cost!!
I will recommend everyone to go to this place Leesburg or Americus. The best staff from the time you walk in speaking and to getting you back quick with the doctor. But there are two people in Americus I would like to thank, one I dont know her name but the other one is Jolene. This lady is the best; if I come back to Americus I pray to God she waits on me again. Leesburg office Jennifer, Alexis, Lakesia, and the lady that sits in the front are the best. Dr. Valerie, thank you again. Jolene, I thank you from the bottom of my heart you are such a sweet person.
Q&A with Dr. G
Dr. Greene Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Who is most at risk for dry eye?
Seniors, people 50 years of age and older are more likely to experience dry eye symptoms, but dry eye can develop at any age. Research has estimated that almost 5 million people in the United States, age 50 years and older have dry eye already, and 3 million of these are women. Many millions more Americans are suffering with mild dry eye symptoms due to extensive time spent on electronic devices and on computers. As well, for women, dry eye is very common after menopause. Women who get early onset menopause are also at higher risk for damage of the surface of the from dry eye.
Low vision can affect both children and adults, but is more common in the elderly, who are at greater risk of eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts, which are some of the most common causes of the condition. Our own Dr. Mixon specializes in Low Vision and can help you with treatment.
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