EyeMax - Your Dedicated Optometrists Serving Lexington & Nicholasville, Kentucky since 2000!
At EyeMax, quality eye care is our number one priority. Our eye doctors and staff provide our patients with the highest quality care and personalized service and attention. We believe in building long-term relationships with our patients and treating each patient as we would a friend or family member.
Although EyeMax is independently owned and operated by your doctors, all of our locations are conveniently located in the Lexington area and Nicholasville, Kentucky Walmart Supercenters. This allows us to offer our patients the convenience and value that they have come to expect from Walmart while providing the professional, personalized care of a private optometry practice.
At EyeMax, we use technology in our practice that is more advanced than is often found in hospital or specialty clinic settings. We realize the value of this advanced technology and continue to invest in the practice to stay on the cutting edge of eye care.
Best eye clinic and doctors in Kentucky. I am glad to be a patient of Dr. Lane and EyeMax. The EyeMax team is like family to me with great service, care, treatment and support. i have referred my family to EyeMax and they love it here as well. I will not be going to any other eye doctor clinic but EyeMax. I have been going here for years.
Contact lenses are a convenient alternative to glasses, offering visual clarity and ultimate comfort!
We offer a special contact lens exam where we measure your eye's curvature to help us fit you with the most comfortable contact lenses for your eye shape and lifestyle needs.
If you have never used contact lenses before, we will gladly teach you how to use them and insert them in your eye. Once you've done it a few times, it will become second nature.
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