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Celebrating 20 Years of Eye Care!

Eye Exam Akron, OH

Eye Exams From an Experienced Lenscrafters Optometrist in Cuyahoga Falls


We provide first-rate treatment for vision and eye health conditions for patients of all ages.

Our experienced optometrist invites you to benefit from a complete range of ocular services, all provided within our pleasant and comfortable optometry clinic and optical located conveniently within the LensCrafters in Portage Crossing Shopping Center

We make it easy for you to have top quality vision!

Dr. Miller and Staff Have Been Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Serving Akron and Cuyahoga Falls for Over 20 Years!

Portage Crossing Shopping Center, 2041 Portage Trail
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223
HOURS & LOCATION
Eye Exam Akron
Open Saturday • Emergency Eye Care Provided • Walk-ins Welcome

Doctor Miller and his staff are friendly and thorough. Dr. Miller was interested in how I was doing (overall) and he answered all of my questions to my understanding and I did not feel rushed. He always writes an accurate prescription.
3 weeks ago
- David W.

OUR CARING EYE DOCTOR


Dr. Ty J Miller, optometrist in Akron, Ohio
MEET OUR DOCTORS

Experienced:
Dr. Ty Miller has over 20 years of experience taking care of patients in Akron and Cuyahoga Falls, OH.
Ask around – you’ll find many satisfied clients who return to us regularly for eye exams and treatment.

Advanced:
Our optometrist stays up to date with medical advancements, modern treatment, and uses the latest technology in order to provide patients with precise, detailed diagnoses and progressive treatment.

Personal:
Dr. Miller will become acquainted with you, your eyes and your visual needs. We believe that a lasting relationship between patient and eye doctor goes far towards exceptional eye care!

Convenient:
Conveniently located inside LensCrafters, we provide non-stop service – 7 days a week! And with our advanced on-site lab for cutting lenses, your new eyeglasses will be ready in one hour!

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Eye exams preserve your lasting healthy vision, regardless of age and physical condition. How often should you get an eye exam?

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Using the latest diagnostics and modern optometric equipment, Dr. Ty Miller will inspect your eyes for any signs of disease or abnormality.

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The LensCrafters Difference - With our advanced on-site lab for cutting lenses, your new eyeglasses will be ready in one hour. 7 days a week!


Whether you need standard contacts or specialty lenses for a hard-to-fit vision condition, we’ll satisfy your requirements. Bifocal lenses, toric lenses for astigmatism, tinted lenses and more are all available from our eye care clinic, located in the Portage Crossing Shopping Center LensCrafters, in Cuyahoga Falls, OH. With a full inventory of trial lenses, most of our patients take a pair home immediately after their contact lens fitting.

LEARN ABOUT CONTACT LENSES
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Clarifye Technology at Dr. Ty J. Miller & Associates in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio . You’ve heard them before. Those repetitive eye exam questions. “Which is better? One or two?” And you think, “This must be important. What if I get it wrong? Wait! Let me see number one again!” Seriously, is this still how we do eye exams today, by trial and error? The answer is, not anymore … thanks to Clarifye – the digital eye exam that shows you more.

CLARIFYE DIGITAL EYE EXAM
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