Eyecare Services

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examinations, contacts, glasses and more

From start to finish you can be confident that you're in great hands. Your examinations are performed by a combination of Dr. Kea and paraoptometric assistants. We'll communicate with your insurance provider - even offer supplementary assistance through Vision Care Direct - and make sure you receive your glasses or contacts exactly as prescribed. We even put a 1 year warranty on our frames!

Your New Contacts and Glasses

Choose from any frame or lens design - we have the people and equipment to adjust, fit and even fabricate and repair your lenses on the spot. Our contact lens services even cover custom lens designs such as MonoVision, Multi-Focal Contacts, Toric Lenses for astigmatism, Ortho K and Keratoconus.

Come let us show you what fabulous eyewear can do for you! We carry: Ray Ban, Maui Jim, Kaenon, Costa, Vera Bradley, Badgley Mischka, Kate Spade, and Fossil, among others.

Eye Exams

Dr. Kea and the Kea Eye Center team take even routine eye exams very seriously. During a yearly or bi-yearly examination, our Tupelo patients will receive a patient history review, a series of vision and eye tests, assessments of eye focusing and movement, and an eye health evaluation. Our optometrist will discuss any additional testing that may be required to diagnose an eye disease or condition. Call us a today at (662) 842-2000 to schedule an appointment.

Contact Lenses

Not sure that glasses are for you? Ask our Tupelo staff about contact lenses. Advances in the field of optometry have produced a variety of different types of contact lenses with a range of benefits. Rigid gas-permeable (RGP), daily-wear soft, extended-wear, extended-wear disposable, and planned replacement are the various types of contact lens options available today. Our Tupelo optometrist will discuss the various options with you to determine which type will best fit your needs and lifestyle. Schedule your examination today by calling (662) 842-2000. They are many advantages to consider when determining if contact lenses are right for you and our knowledgeable staff is here to answer any questions.

Before Choosing LASIK...

Everyone's eyes are unique - what works for your friend may not work for you. Let us extend a consultation to help you choose the surgeon, procedure and laser that's right for your particular eyes.

Dr. Kea can transform your LASIK operation results from mediocre to excellent with pre-operative guidance. After the operation we can monitor your recovery and tailor medication to ensure the best possible results.

Tear Tests pre- and post-LASIK

We gain valuable information by testing various tear film levels before the operation. Lactoferrin and Ige levels contain a lot of information about how well your cornea is able to heal.

Dry eyes or allergy-sensitive eyes can lead to post-operative complications and poorer results. Based on test results, we can prescribe supplements, therapy and punctual plug methods to improve your cornea-healing protein levels.

Contact Us

We look forward to hearing from you.

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Tupelo Office

Monday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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