We truly care for our patients and are devoted to bringing them quality eye care service at affordable prices. We believe everyone should have the opportunity to receive affordable eyecare, exams, and eyeglasses.
- If vision problems are not caught and treated early, long term decreased vision is possible.
- An eye exam is recommended every year for all children starting 6 months of age, and sooner if problems are suspected.
- Adults should have their eyes examined at least every 2 years.
- Screenings done at schools are just vision screenings and do not consider all aspects of visual function and eye health. Everyone needs a comprehensive eye exam by a doctor.
In bringing you the best care, we offer the following services and products:
- Comprehensive Eye Exams
- Stylish Eyeglass Frames
- Single Vision Eyeglasses
- Bifocal and Trifocal (lined) Eyeglasses
- Progressive Eyeglasses
- Contact Lens Exams and Evaluation
- Contact Lenses
- Astigmatism (Toric) Contact Lenses
- Gas Permeable Contact Lenses
- Spherical Contact Lenses
- Bifocal Contact Lenses
Dr. Erica Durlacher
Dr. Erica Durlacher is a Louisiana native graduating in 2008 from Runnels High School. In 2012 She received her undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from Southeastern Louisiana University. Dr. Durlacher then went on to pursue her Doctor of Optometry degree at Southern College of Optometry. She graduated in 2016. Dr. Durlacher has clinical experience in primary eye care, ocular disease management and treatment, contact lenses, pediatrics, and post-operative care and management. She enjoys all aspects of eye care, and strives to provide exceptional care for her patients. She has a special interest in specialty contact lenses such as Scleral lenses and Ortho-K lenses. Dr. Durlacher is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Optometry Association of Louisiana, and is an Infant See Provider.
Background story: Dr. Durlacher knew she wanted to be in healthcare, but never really knew what she wanted to do until her 11th grade Biology teacher announced he was applying for medical school with the hopes of being an Opthamologist. This is what inspired her to look up the profession. During her research she found Optometry and knew that is what she wanted to do. Dr. Durlacher then started pursuing being an optometrist with a visit to Southern College of Optometry during her senior year of High School. After that visit her decision was made and she went to undergraduate at Southeastern Louisiana University knowing that she would apply to optometry school. Since graduation she has loved the profession she has chosen and is excited to continue caring for her patients in her own practice.