Children’s Vision

Roughly 80% of children’s learning is achieved through the visual system. Many eye problems, including nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and amblyopia, can occur in early childhood. Regular vision examinations help assure that your child’s eyes are healthy, the eyes are properly aligned, and the vision is clear. Continue reading

Infant SEE

Infant SEE is a public health program designed to ensure that eye and vision care become an integral part of infant wellness care. Both doctors at Firelands Eyecare Center are Infant SEE volunteers. Infants under one year of age receive a comprehensive vision assessment at no charge. Continue reading

Sunglasses – Function plus Fashion

Everyone loves the look and comfort of sunglasses, but the health benefits are often overlooked. Ultraviolet radiation and overexposure can lead to macular degeneration, cataracts and melanoma. Wearing sunwear with maximum UV protection also protects against retinal burns, eye fatigue from glare, and enhances optical contrast. Continue reading

Insurance Types Accepted:


AARP, Aetna, Anthem BC/BS, BCMH, CareSource, CIGNA, CIGNA Vision, Eyemed Premier Plus, Eyemed Access Plan, Eyemed Select Plan, Humana, Ohio Health Choice/MedBen, Medical Mutual, Medicare, MetLife, Molina, Mutual Life, Ohio Medicaid (not QMB), OPERS, Paramount, Railroad Medicare, SuperMed, United Healthcare (UHC), Vision Care Plan, Vision Plus, Vision Service Plan Signature, Vision Service Plan Choice


At This Time We Do Not Accept:


Davis, Spectera, Anthem/BC/BS of Michigan (however check your vision carrier as it may be one we do accept), NVA, Ohio Medicaid Qualified Medical Beneficiaries, Value Vision, United Healthcare, Vision Plan (not the medical card), Buckeye Community Health, Cole, GM