For over half a century three generations of the Williamson family have been taking care of patients in the greater Baton Rouge area, and have served as the trusted provider for all their vision care needs. Whether it’s general eye exams, glasses and contact fittings, or state of the art vision correction surgery our team of 10 doctors and over 100 nurses, technicians, and staff are dedicated to providing you with world class eye care as well as a great customer experience.
With four locations to serve you, transforming your vision to the best it’s ever been is always within reach. Having performed hundreds of thousands of eye surgeries and having pioneered many of the procedures and technologies used in vision correction, Williamson Eye is uniquely qualified to help you reach your visual goals. This is why Williamson Eye has been selected as one of the top practices in the United States by “Cataract and Refractive Surgery Today” magazine. Come experience the care you deserve and see why everyone from local celebrities to professional athletes to other eye doctors themselves have trusted their eyes to us. Come transform how you see the world with Williamson Eye.
Good eye health starts early. It's important to monitor and track vision changes during this stage of life by having regular eye exams. Laser vision correction is not recommended until eye prescriptions have stabilized, generally between ages 18-21.
Trouble seeing near and/or far objects? Glasses and contact lenses can temporarily correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.
During this stage of life, we are busy with work, sports and taking care of our growing family. Knowing we don't have to live with glasses and contacts is very appealing! On top of everything else going on, in our 40s, another vision change occurs - dependency on reading glasses.
Trouble seeing near and/or far objects or reading fine print? At this stage of life, vision correction can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and the need for reading glasses.
As we continue to mature, we notice changes in the quality of our vision due to the natural hardening and yellowing of the lens in our eye, also known as cataracts. Cataracts are a natural aging phenomenon that will affect everyone, even those who had LASIK earlier in life. We specialize in laser cataract surgery and advanced lens implants designed to reduce or eliminate your need for glasses at all distances after surgery.
Trouble seeing clearly? At this stage of life, laser cataract surgery can correct cataracts.
I have been in the eye care field for years and since Dr. Williamson has performed my cataract surgery and it is so wonderful to be able to read my charts without glasses!"
It's been very nice not relying on glasses daily; having to wake up and immediately search for my specs was always a hassle. Since the custom enhancement, I now see better than I did with glasses, especially at night. I would have recommended it before, and now with the intralase system, it seems to be even better.
Dr. James Hoover Eye Doctor
Lasik has made my life a lot easier. Being a mom and working full time, I am usually on the go. I love being able to lay with my son to watch movies and not worry about bending or breaking my glasses. I am completely satisfied with my surgery and the staff at the Williamson Eye Center.
Thanks to advanced blade-free iLASIK technology and nationally recognized expert surgeons at Williamson Eye, our patients are experiencing their best vision and enjoy living life without the hassle of glasses and contact lenses.
Many patients in their 40s and 50s have enjoyed good vision for years but are now having to rely on reading glasses for near vision. With the advent of advanced lens implants, your eye surgeon can now reduce your need for reading glasses.
Laser cataract surgery offers an unparalleled level of precision and accuracy that is unmatched by older techniques done by hand. This technology matched with some of Louisiana’s most experienced cataract surgeons makes surgery at Williamson Eye a life changing experience.
If you have glared vision, cloudiness, trouble seeing at night and are above the ages of 45 you could be a candidate for Cataract Surgery.