Clemson Eye
Clemson Eye’s new center is at 273 Harrison Bridge Road. Photo provided by Clemson Eye

Clemson Eye has opened a new Eyecare & Aesthetics Center in Simpsonville at 273 Harrison Bridge Road. The 11,500-square-foot-center has 18 treatment rooms, a surgical suite for eye procedures, a medical aesthetics wing with four treatment rooms for cosmetic procedures and a retail area for skincare products, eyeglasses and contacts.

An array of general eye care services are available, including medical and surgical eye exams, vision plan exams, vision correction, and advanced eye disease treatments. Clemson Eye provides advanced surgical techniques to treat cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, corneal disease, macular degeneration and oculo-plastics, as well as vision correction options such as LASIK, implantable contact lenses and corneal inlays.

“Simpsonville is booming with a high demand for eyecare and medical aesthetics.  We are thrilled for our doctors to return to their established patient communities and this growing market.” said Clemson Eye CEO, Mary Louise Parisi.

The 50-year-old organization serves more than 200,000 patients and has 20 doctors in nine Upstate locations. Its American Board-Certified team of Ophthalmologists have performed more than 100,000 cataract, LASIK, and microsurgical procedures.

Clemson Eye Simpsonville is accepting new patients. Please call (855) 654-2020 for an appointment.

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