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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.

Upload a recent photo of yourself and we will pre-select frames for you in advance of your visit.
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Our eye surgeons use the most advanced technologies and techniques.

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Q&A with Dr. G

Dr. Greene Answers Your Eyecare Questions

How do polarized sunglasses work?

Dr. Greene: Polarized lenses block some of the light that causes glare from surfaces such as water, while allowing for other light that has less glare to pass through the lens, giving a much better image quality.

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Americus Office Call Now! (229) 518-3040

Montezuma Office Call Now! (478) 410-7475

Leesburg Office Call Now! (229) 792-8887

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In case of Eye Emergency, call (229) 924-6011 or proceed to the nearest hospital.

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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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