Dunlap Vision: The Leader in Eye Care in The Kankakee River Valley
Our optometrists in Bourbonnais, IL, Dr. Brent Dunlap, Dr. Lisa Jeziorny Kerouac and Dr. Tayler Peachey are proud to offer advanced technology in a professional, friendly environment. Our team of doctors and eye care staff are here to care for all your vision needs including comprehensive eye exams, diagnosis, and treatment of eye diseases (from conjunctivitis to glaucoma), vision therapy and low vision care. Our clinic includes an optical showroom with exclusive lines of designer frames, an on-site lens manufacturing lab and a caring staff of optometrists and opticians.
Thorough Eye Care: Our focus is your eye health and eye care needs. Our Doctors of Optometry provide comprehensive eye care to patients of all ages, as well as treatments for a range of conditions including but not limited to: Infections, allergies, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, dry eye, cataracts and macular degeneration
Contact Lens Specialists: We can fit any brand of contacts. All types including Daily Disposables, Multifocals, colored lenses, and astigmatism.
Stylish Frame Collection: Our frame gallery has the widest selection of frames and sunglasses in the area.
Great Customer Service: We strive to provide the BEST patient experience.
If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, red or pink eyes, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.
Ask Our Doctors a Question...
Tired, burning, and irritated eyes are signs of dry eye syndrome, a very common condition. Women are more prone to developing dry eyes, and aging is a risk factor too. Eye dryness is often due to a decrease in the oil production in our eyelid glands, which causes the tears to evaporate too quickly. Certain medications and health issues can also contribute to dryness. There is no true cure for dry eye, but many treatments are available such as the use of artificial tears, Omega 3 nutritional supplements, prescription medications such as Restasis, and eyelid hygiene. Our eye doctors customize the treatments for each person and their specific condition.
Glaucoma is a condition in which the eye's intraocular pressure (IOP) is too high. This means that your eye has too much aqueous humor in it, either because it produced too much, or because it's not draining properly. Other symptoms are optic nerve damage and vision loss. Glaucoma is a silent disease that robs the patient of their peripheral vision. Early detection is very important.
Myopia is caused by a combination of environmental factors and heredity. Studies show that if we can move the focal point in front of the mid peripheral retina we can slow the progression of myopia. The increased use of cell phones and computers, as well as less time outdoors is probably a contributing factor.
Regular eye exams are the only way to catch “silent” diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma and other conditions in their early stages, when they’re more easily managed or treated. Considering mass-produced, over-the-counter reading glasses? You are truly doing yourself a disservice, both financially and medically. One-size-fits-all reading glasses not only do not work well for most people who have a different prescription in each eye, and/or astigmatism, or whose lens and frame parameters are not measured correctly. Moreover, they bypass the opportunity to have their eyes checked for early detection of many manageable diseases or conditions. For those insisting on selecting glasses not measured specifically for their eyes, headache and eye fatigue are common symptoms.
|Monday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM – 12:00 PM |
Upcoming Friday hours of operation 2021: Jan. 15. Jan 29. Feb 12. Feb 26. March 12. March 26. April 9. April 23.
|Saturday||8:00 AM – 12:00 PM |
Upcoming Saturday hours of operation 2021: Jan. 23. Feb. 6. Feb. 20. March 6. March 20. April 3. April 17.