Friday, April 27, 2018

We are so excited you've decided to visit our blog! Here is a little bit about our practice:

Auburn Optical is an Optometrist's office located in Auburn, Mi. The practice is owned by Dr. Matthew J. Martin. Dr. Martin is a graduate of the Michigan College of Optometry and has been practicing optometry for two decades. Dr. Martin and his staff pride themselves on comprehensive, leadind edge eye care. Auburn Optical is a family environment whose staff members have a passion for helping people.

The office has a large selection of frames in varying size, shape and color. Many different styles are available for all personalities. The optical staff are all helpful and happy to answer any questions about your eyewear choices as well as help you select the perfect frame for you. The frame stylists at Auburn Optical are all very well educated on the lens styles and have worked to carefully create a selection of progressive and single vision lenses that give the best visual clarity.

The Gentle Vision Shaping System is a specialty method of vision correction offered at Auburn Optical. This form of vision correction requires no contacts or glasses during the day and no surgery. Dr. Martin uses orthokeratology, or the correction of vision using vision retainers, to correct myopia and hyperopia. Dr. Martin is the area's only fellowed orthokeratologist. This means, he regularly attends conferences for the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control (AAOMC). He was recently awarded Board Membership for the AAOMC and presented at their most recent international conference.

We are thrilled you have wanted to learn more about our practice. If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, give our office a call at (989) 662 2501. We look forward to seeing you!

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