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We're Located on the NE corner of 68th Street & Kalamazoo Avenue in the Design1 Plaza
 (616) 818-1414 or request an eye exam online


Welcome to Professional Eyecare of West Michigan

Dr. LeBaron

Grand Rapids' Optical Boutique

We welcome new patients and existing patients alike to our optical boutique with all of today's latest eyewear fashions. The PEWM experience usually includes a personalized comprehensive eye exam including dilation in a relaxed setting by our optometrist who cares greatly about your vision.

Your experience at our optical clinic includes maximum convenience and ease. We are the only eyecare provider in our area with an Optikam - which makes selecting the right frame an easy and pleasant experience. We carry the most current stylish and designer frame selection, and offer Shaw lenses.

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> Our friendly and dedicated staff are happy to help you with all of your eyecare needs, from frames to contact lenses.

> We accept most insurance plans, and are proud to be in partnership with WOW Vision Therapy and Kent School Services Network. We are honored to be able to serve our community.

> Ease and convenience continues with easy parking at our convenient location.  

Dr. Troy LeBaron believes your eyes are precious and you want up to the minute training on the latest vision care advancements. Schedule an appointment and discover the difference for yourself between a private practice and a franchise.

> We are conveniently located just South of M-6 at the corner of Kalamazoo Avenue and 68th St in Grand Rapids, MI (click for hours and maps).

Q&A with Dr. L

Dr. Lebaron Answers Your Eyecare Questions

I have an irritation on my inner eyelid. What can be done to treat this?

This is a condition called allergic conjunctivitis  which is an inflammation or irritation of the clear mucous membrane lining the inner eyelids and sclera. This lining is called the conjunctiva. Allergic conjunctivitis can be seasonal or year-long, is caused by external allergens, and is not contagious. The seasonal form of allergic conjunctivitis is more common and is associated with seasonal allergies that usually occur during the spring and summer months due to exposure to pollen, grass and other airborne allergens. The perennial form persists throughout the year and is generally triggered by indoor allergens such as animal dander, dust and mold spores. Common symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis include itchy eyes and eyelids, watery discharge from the eye, burning or foreign body sensation, redness, swollen eyelids and blurred vision. These eye symptoms are often accompanied by nasal symptoms.
Treatment might include cold compresses, artificial tears and a variety of topical medications. Some patients may require ointments used in the treatment of eczema. Sometimes, medications by mouth may be needed in patients with severe involvement that includes the cornea.

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