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New Year, New You, New Vision!

New Year, New You, New Vision!

Welcome to 2024, a year full of opportunities to make positive changes, and what better way to start than by taking care of your precious peepers? Schedule An Eye Exam Yearly If you have not been to the eye doctor in over a year, now is the time! Schedule your Read more...
World Keratoconus Day

Metro Eye celebrated World Keratoconus Day

On November 10th, Metro Eye celebrated World Keratoconus Day, a global campaign to increase awareness and education about this condition. It is an important initiative to raise awareness and hope, and we invite you to join us in spreading the word. Imagine seeing the world through a distorted lens that Read more...
Love Pumpkin

Love Pumpkin? Your Eyes Do Too!

With the fall season in full swing, you are sure to see a certain orange fruit everywhere. That’s right! Pumpkins are considered a fruit! Not only are they featured in our holiday and seasonal decorations, but they also find their way onto our menus. As far as we are concerned, Read more...

2023 Fall Trunk Show: Minimalism Meets Genius

We are so excited to welcome an amazing designer who has just returned to the optical field. Alain Miklitarian, better known as Alain Mikli, is back and better than ever! The independent eyewear community has missed Alain’s high end french design ever since he sold his original line, also called Read more...
Metro Eye 20th anniversary

Metro Eye – 20 Years in the Making

On June 5th, 2003, Dr. Amy Jankowski officially opened the doors of Metro Eye with the mission to combine the city’s finest professional eye care with an unparalleled collection of customizable designer eyewear. Fueled by her fervent commitment to eye care, Dr. Amy has grown Metro Eye into a multi-specialty Read more...

Myopia Management – Innovative Treatment Options

Last month Dr. Amy introduced the growing issue of a Myopia Epidemic. This month, I would like to talk about what can be proactively done to prevent your child from becoming more myopic. Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a common refractive error that affects many people, especially children and Read more…