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Steven G. Black OD & Kayla N. Black OD, Your Eye Doctors in Terre Haute IN

Welcome to our practice!  We provide comprehensive eye exams and specialize in contact lenses and ocular disease.  Our goal is to provide you with the most professional, comprehensive, and personal eye care possible. We hope that you will give us a chance to provide the eye care for you and your family. 

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We're always happy to welcome new patients and visitors to the family practice of Steven G. Black OD & Kayla N. Black OD. Our clinic is committed to providing the finest comprehensive primary eye care services you'll find anywhere in Terra Haute, IN, and the surrounding area. We hope you'll take moment to examine our services and discover the many features and benefits our optometrists and staff team are ready to offer you and your family.

Meet Your Dedicated Family Eye Doctors 

Dr. Steven G. Black founded our current location in 1992 and has been helping residents and families in the area with their eye care needs since 1983. His daughter, Dr. Kayla M. Black, graduated from her father's alma mater, Indiana University School of Optometry, in 2015. As fellow members of the Indiana Optometric Association and American Optometric Association, both of our eye doctors in Terre Haute provide a high standard of customer service in the diagnosis and treatment of numerous eye diseases and disorders. Our family strives to help your family maintain good ocular health and visual acuity for life.

Services for Healthier Eyes and Clearer Vision in Terre Haute

Since the eyes are prone to all kinds of issues that can threaten your vision at various stages of your life, it only makes sense that our eye doctors in Terre Haute should offer an equally wide range of services. We can help you and your loved ones through essential services such as:

Eye and vision exams - Our comprehensive eye and vision exams can detect sight-robbing diseases and disorders that you didn't even realize were present, allowing us to prescribe soonest-possible treatment. Vision testing can identify refractive errors that may call for a corrective prescription.

Eyeglasses and contact lenses - We're your home for eyeglasses in a variety of stylish frames, tints, and specialized lens coatings (including prescription sunglasses). We can also administer contact lens exams and fit you for your ideal pair of contacts -- including specialized lenses such as bifocal contact lenses, Rigid Gas Permeable, and Scleral contact lenses.

Eye disease treatment - we treat a number of eye diseases, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. We can also help you with irritating disorders such as dry eye and computer vision.

LASIK co-management - Looking for LASIK surgery to correct your vision permanently? We can perform pre-operative exams to make sure you're a good candidate, as well as post-operative evaluations to watch over your recovery.

Call Us Today To Schedule An Appointment!

If you're in Terre Haute or the surrounding areas, call 812-299-3937 today to schedule an appointment to see Dr. Steven G. Black or Dr. Kayla N. Black. We're here to serve you!

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I was very impressed with Dr. Kayla Black. I went there for the 1st time and she was very thorough and went above and beyond. Michelle was very friendly, helpful, and went over insurance details. I highly recommend! Thanks to Cindy Ewing for the referral."
    Rachelle Randle Christian
  • "As always very caring and respectful, I would recommend to anyone even though I don't have insurance to cover the cost well worth it and 20% discount for cash customers."
    Chris Wence

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