25211 Coolidge Hwy

Oak Park, MI 48237

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We help people with keratoconus, high astigmatism, severe dry eye, and cornea transplants.

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Michigan Contact Lens

A Contact Lens Specialist You Can Trust

Dr. Shira Kresch has been practicing optometry at some of the most prestigious medical centers in the country, including Columbia University’s Department of Ophthalmology and Kresge Eye Institute.

Sclerals are customized lenses designed to provide vision correction for a variety of complex conditions. 

Contact lenses are made of a comfortable, flexible material that allows oxygen to pass through. 

Multifocal contact lenses are a type of contact lens that corrects vision for people with presbyopia.

Rigid Gas-Permeable (RGP) lenses are made of a hard, oxygen-permeable material that are most often used when soft lenses are not optimal.

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Michigan Contact Lens offers the cheapest pricing for contact lenses. Best price – Every time. 

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We Offer A Complete Range Of Specialty Contact Lens Services

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Our Eye Care Services

From routine eye exams and contact lens fittings to ocular disease management, we are equipped to provide the highest quality care.

All Types of Contact lenses

Highly Trained Contact Lens Specialist

Dr. Shira Kresch specializes in designing customized contact lenses for the “hard-to-fit” cases including people with dry eye syndrome, aphakia, keratoconus, and other corneal diseases. You can read about all our services, fittings, and posts on our sitemap

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If you would like to make an appointment, please contact us via phone or contact form and provide us with your preferred date and time. We will then let you know if that time is available and confirm your appointment.

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Monday - Friday
Our Approach

Procedure for a Consultation

  1. Your ocular and medical history will be reviewed with you including any pertinent chart notes sent from your referring doctor.
  2. Your uncorrected vision will be checked.
  3. Your best-corrected visual acuity will be determined by refraction (glasses prescription).
  4. A series of imaging will be performed to detect all areas of irregularities on the front surface of your eye called your cornea.
  5. Your eye health will be assessed.
  6. You may or may not trial various types of contact lenses.
  7. Dr. Kresch will discuss these findings with you in detail and discuss what contact lens options are available for you to achieve your best possible vision. 

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We Are Available For all Specialty Contact Lens and Dry Eye Consultations

We have a well-trained and knowledgeable staff that can help you with any and all of your eye care needs. We are available for regular check-ups, as well as specialty lens and dry eye consultations. Contact us today to make an appointment or to learn more about our services.

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