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Battle Creek Eye Clinic
Your Eye Clinic in Battle Creek, Michigan

Dr. Lynn DiMartino and Dr. Michelle Valella have been practicing optometry in Battle Creek for many years, and at our office located on Tower Road since 2001. Our ABO Certified Opticians, Connie and Tenise, have over 45 years of combined optical experience, and are eager to help.

Eyeglasses, Contacts and Reading Glasses Galore!

We offer a wide selection of eyewear, including brands such as Ray Ban, Oakley, Maui Jim, Silhouette, Scott Harris, Ted Baker, and Lulu Guinness, as well as top-notch reading glasses for those that need them. We’re also an authorized provider for cutting-edge lens technology from Shamir, Carl Zeiss and Varilux, featuring products such as Crizal anti-reflective lenses, Transitions, and Xperio polarized lenses.

We also offer several modalities of contact lenses! Whether it’s soft contacts or rigid gas permeable lenses, or if you have astigmatism correction or need bifocals, we can find a solution for you.

At Battle Creek Eye Clinic, we are confident that we can provide the eye care services you need. See a list of some of the key eye care services our optometry practice offers to SW Michigan residents from Battle Creek, Marshall, Portage, and Emmett Charter Township.

Our expert staff will help you find the best fit for your specific lifestyle needs and will explain how different lenses and frames will impact your vision.

We are Contact Lens Specialists

Our optometrists, Dr. DiMartino and Dr. Valella, have a simple and comprehensive approach to optimal eye care, taking a preventative approach to vision correction and maintaining your overall eye health.

Eye Doctor Battle Creek Michigan
Eye doctor Battle Creek Michigan

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