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Monitoring your eye health

Since 2014, we have been monitoring retinal health with fundus photography (retinal camera) and SD-OCT (spectral-domain ocular coherence tomography).  This enables us to more easily see problems such as diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration. We communicate with your primary care provider on your eye conditions as needed....

Say Goodbye to Reading Glasses

We are glad to offer daily, bi-weekly, and monthly disposable multi-focal contact lenses!  Feel free to contact us for more information on these revolutionary lenses or to make an appointment to determine if you are a good candidate to "say goodbye" to those reading glasses.

Dr. Jasmine Shipp selected as top Optometrist in Bolivar County

In the latest edition of The Cleveland Current, Dr. Jasmine Shipp was recognized as the Gold Award winner in Eye Care in the "Best of Bolivar and Sunflower County" section. What an honor!  Thanks to all who voted!

Interested in longer eyelashes?

We offer consultations for Latisse- The first and only FDA approved prescription treatment for inadequate or not enough lashes.

Digital Imaging System In All Exam Rooms

These instruments allow us to instantaneously take a digital photograph or video of what your eye looks like under the high magnification biomicroscopes used during the examination. These images are immediately accessable to view on 19" lcd monitors next to the exam chair. This technology allows us to more effectively document the progression of many disorders and diseases of the eye, and it is a very effective tool for educating patients about their own eyes.

Increase your “Eye-Q”

Ever wonder what it actually means to be farsighted, nearsighted, or to have astigmatism? Would you like to understand more about glaucoma, cataracts, or how diabetes can affect your vision? These videos provided by the American Optometric Association website should help!

Online Forms

Fill in your patient history online, or print the forms and bring them in with you to your examination. Find out how...