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Murrysville

West Newton

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Comprehensive Eye Exams
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Eye Disease Management
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Contact Lenses

Ives Eyecare Center - Your Eye Doctors in Murrysville and West Newton


We are dedicated to providing the highest level of eye care to all our patients and provide vision care to your whole family as if they were our very own. At Ives Eyecare Center, we offer an extensive range of eye care services beyond the traditional eye exams, including dry eye, myopia management, and scleral contact lenses and eye disease management.

We believe that educating our patients is a key factor in keeping their eyes healthy. Our highly trained staff takes the time to discuss and answer any questions you might have and provide you with the most up-to-date information to ensure you receive the optimum eye care.

Call today to book an appointment and receive the quality attention that you deserve.

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Our Eye Care Services


If you were diagnosed with an eye disease, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, or dry eye, you may be overwhelmed with the diagnosis and confused about the next steps to take.

Our optometrists in Murrysville and West Newton will be happy to answer all your questions. We offer you and your family top quality eye care delivered with a caring and dedicated customer service.

Our staff at Ives Eyecare Center will be able to discuss all fees with you and process your optical benefits from your private health fund on the spot.

OUR EYE CARE SERVICES
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We understand that you want to see clearly and look great, too. That's why we offer a wide selection of premium eyewear of lens options and frames to suit your features and lifestyle.

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Do you have itchy, red, gritty eyes? Suffering from dry eye disease not only diminishes your quality of life but also makes daily activities such as reading, doing sports, or driving, a struggle.

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Whether you have glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration or diabetic retinopathy, we can help prevent further vision deterioration and manage your current symptoms.

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Providing custom-made scleral lenses for irregular corneas, dry eye and other hard-to-fit patients for optimal vision and superior comfort.

Review From Our Patients

I experienced a very thorough eye exam at Ives Eyecare. In addition to being checked for eyeglass prescription needs, eye pressure was checked and pictures were taken of the interior of my eyes to access overall eye health. Dr. Alexa Ives explained the results of these pictures clearly and thoroughly. At the end of my appointment, I felt very comfortable that all of my eyecare needs were met.

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Myopia Management


Myopia in children may appear to require nothing more than a pair of glasses to correct blurred vision.

However, as the eye elongates, it stretches the retina, the light-sensitive layer lining the back of the eye. Eventually, excessive stretching makes the eye more prone to tears, inflammation, the formation of new, weak blood vessels, and scarring.

This, in turn, raises the risk of cataracts, glaucoma, retinal detachment, and myopic maculopathy — damage to the central retinal area.

Let us help your child diminish the risk of developing ocular disease and vision loss with our effective myopia management program.

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