Premier Physicians™

Columbia Eye Clinic, P.A.

1920 Pickens at Calhoun

(Northeast Columbia and Lexington locations also)

Columbia, SC 29201

Phone: (803) 779-3070

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Front row: H. Holland Crosswell, III, M.D.; Derrick A. Huey, M.D.; R. Mitchell Newman, Jr., M.D.; Stephen A. Cross, M.D.; Sarah Lee, M.D.; Edward G. Mintz, M.D., Ph.D.; Jake Weiss, O.D. Back row: Nicolette Ruta, O.D.; Garner J. Wild, M.D.; Derek L. Barker, M.D.; Edward G. Crosswell, M.D.; Joshua Nunn, M.D.; William A. Johnson, Jr., M.D.; Monique Courtenay-Brown, M.D., Ph.D.

Columbia Eye’s doctors have provided comprehensive eye care in the Midlands for 100 years. With a variety of specialized physicians in the practice, all your eye care needs can be taken care of under one roof using state-of-the-art equipment and technology.

Comprehensive Eye Exams: The doctors at Columbia Eye offer complete eye exams to evaluate the overall health of your eyes as well as vision testing and contact lens exams. Routine comprehensive eye exams help to detect and prevent sight-threatening eye problems.

Vision Correction Surgery: Vision correction surgery includes many options to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia — age-related inability to focus at near distances requiring the use of reading glasses. LASIK and PRK are procedures that reshape the cornea to improve the way the eye focuses light. Refractive lens exchange replaces your eye’s natural lens with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) selected to meet your vision needs. An intraocular collamer lens (ICL) is like an implantable contact lens and offers another option for patients with extreme nearsightedness and does not require removal of the eye’s natural lens. Your ophthalmologist will determine which option is best to help you reduce or eliminate your dependence on glasses or contacts.

Cataract Surgery: Most people have some clouding of their eyes’ natural lenses, called cataracts, by age 60. During cataract surgery, your clouded natural lens is removed and replaced with a lens implant. There are many replacement lens options available to help reduce dependency on glasses and accommodate your vision needs.