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Welcome to Silverblatt Eye Clinic

Your Trusted Shreveport Optometrist
Serving Bossier City, Minden & the Surrounding Communities

Call us at 318-798-4000 today!

At Silverblatt Eye Clinic, it's about seeing and being seen. Your Shreveport optometrist, Dr. Sam Silverblatt provides Shreveport, Bossier City, Minden, and the surrounding areas high quality, personalized eye care in a comfortable environment. We invite you to explore our website and read on to learn more about our optometry services, mission, and how we can help you.

Treating The Individual Needs Of Every Patient

Our dedicated team strives to provide our patients with top quality eye care services by staying on top of the latest advances in vision care. We offer patients comprehensive eye care in a professional and comfortable environment. We offer the following services and invite you to browse our services page to view a complete list of our extensive eye care services.

Eye Exam - During even a routine eye exam, our patients benefit from the latest in technology with computerized vision exams. Our optometrist tests visual acuity and perform a comprehensive examination of the eyes, eye function, and vital structures within the eyes, looking for signs of disease or other conditions, like astigmatism, that may be present.

Optomap Retinal Exam - Our patients receive modern and progressive eye care during even a routine eye exam. With Optomap Retinal technology, our optometrist can examine the eye's retina to check for signs of degeneration or disease without dilating a patient's eyes.

Contact Lenses - During a contact lens exam, our optometrist evaluates each patient to determine whether contact lenses are the best option for vision correction. We also want to find the right fit and type of contact lenses for each individual. We offer a variety of contact lenses including hard to fit contacts and cosmetic contact lenses.

Eyeglasses and Exclusive Eyewear - At our exclusive eyewear boutique, Styleyes, it's all about seeing and being seen. We offer an extensive list of designer eyeglasses and sunglasses to suit every unique look and style. We want our patients to feel confident and see clearly. Schedule an appointment at our boutique today.

About Our Optometrist

Our licensed optometrist, Dr. Sam Silverblatt provides patients with high quality eye exams, diagnosis of eye conditions, and treatment of all eye and vision disorders. Dedicated to providing the latest in eye care, Dr. Sam Silverblatt regularly continues his education and stays informed of the most recent advances in eye care. We diagnose a wider range of conditions including diabetes, hypertension, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. Our optometrist is committed to providing patients with top quality, personalized eye care.

Looking for a Shreveport Eye Doctor?

If you are looking to schedule an appointment with a Shreveport eye doctor, we encourage you to contact our office to schedule an appointment with Dr. Sam Silverblatt today.

Dr. Sam Silverblatt
Shreveport Optometrist | Silverblatt Eye Clinic | 318-798-4000

1803 East 70th St
Shreveport, LA 71105

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday:

8:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday:

8:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am - 5:00pm

Friday:

8:00am - 12:00pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "Wonderful experience. Staff is fabulous and very helpful. No waiting in a lobby for a while, like some other places I went to. They immediately come to help you. Also prompt order of glasses as well. Highly recommended!"

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