Baton Rouge – Goodwood Campus

Eye Doctor in Baton Rouge

550 Connell’s Park Lane
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
(225) 924-2020

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm

Fax: (225) 924-2809


Charles H. Williamson, MD, FACS
Blake A. Booth, MD
William R. Williamson, MD
Blake K. Williamson, MD, MPH, MS
Matthew Smith, MD
Clayton A. Patrick, MD
John Brett Williamson, PA-C
Joshua Davidson, O.D., FSLS
Justin L. Zachary, OD
Andrew M. Leto, OD
Hannah C. Chustz, OD

Ophthalmologists in Baton Rouge

Visit the eye doctors in Baton Rouge at Williamson Eye Center. Our highly trained team of doctors and eye care professionals have a long-standing history of providing the leading ophthalmology and vision correction practices to patients throughout Louisiana.

The patient-centered standard of care our staff provides is structured specifically around your comfort and clarity, providing Baton Rouge with the best possible service.

Eye Care Services in Baton Rouge

Some of the eye care services we specialize in include:

LASIK is a revolutionary procedure that not only corrects common eye conditions such as astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness but also can reduce your dependency on reading glasses. However, not everyone qualifies for LASIK; to be eligible for the procedure, you will need to meet a series of requirements, such as

  • 18 or older
  • Stable eye prescription for at least a year
  • No glaucoma, cataracts, or sign of eye diseases progressing
  • Not pregnant or nursing
  • And more

If you’re concerned about your candidacy for LASIK, book a free video consultation or take either our LASIK savings quiz or LASIK candidacy test to learn more.

Cataracts are a common disease that develops as you age. When they being to develop, cataract surgery is the best way to restore your vision completely. A routine eye exam is the best way to stay ahead of cataracts. When cataracts first appear, there are no visible symptoms other than slight cloudiness. If left untreated, the cloudiness progresses to the point of vision loss. If you suspect you may be developing cataracts, schedule a dilated eye exam at Williamson Eye Center today!

Glaucoma is referred to as the “silent thief of sight” because it shows no symptoms until permanent damage is done. For this reason, as well as many others, an eye exam is crucial to protecting your eyes from permanent damage. Glaucoma can be treated with minimally invasive surgical procedures. Please make an appointment with Williamson Eye Center today to ensure your eyes are healthy!

Williamson Dry Eye Center of Louisiana, located in Baton Rouge at our Bluebonnet Campus, is dedicated to treating dry eyes in Louisiana. Regardless of the type of dry eye you have, the eye doctors at Williamson Eye Center are sure to provide the most effective treatment for your situation. Please schedule an appointment at our dry eye center today for more information!

Diabetic retinopathy is caused by blood vessels in the retina being damaged by high blood sugar levels. Those with diabetes must be highly vigilant in managing their blood sugar levels not to develop diabetic retinopathy. There are usually no symptoms of diabetic retinopathy other than fluctuating vision. Furthermore, it can be detected only with eye dilation and a comprehensive eye exam, including a visual acuity test. Although routine eye exams are essential in preventing eye diseases like diabetic retinopathy, actively managing your blood sugar levels and diabetes can help protect your vision.

Our staff utilizes the latest state-of-the-art technology to ensure you are seeing clearly. If you are seeking an eye doctor in the Baton Rouge area, our doctors are leaders in their field and passionate about bringing expert vision care to Louisiana. Schedule an appointment online with Williamson Eye Center, and take the next step toward clear vision with the leading ophthalmologists and eye doctors in the greater Baton Rouge area.

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