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At Stang Family Eyecare, we strive to provide the most comprehensive eye health and vision care to our patients. With that in mind, we take pride in putting together eyewear shows that our patients love.

Your Optometrist in Marquette, MI

At Stang Family Eye Care, our optometry staff works together to ensure your visit is comfortable and completed in a timely manner. We have a qualified team of professionals that will work around your busy schedule and address any questions or concerns prior to the appointment. Whether it’s a general eye exam or treating a condition that requires an in depth diagnosis, our team provides undivided attention to each patient so we can evaluate a plan based on your needs and our professional opinion. Dr. Nancy Stang and Dr. Scott Sather offers full vision examinations and will diagnose and treat an array of eye diseases and conditions to keep your eyes healthy!

Call our friendly staff today with any questions or to schedule a consultation!

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Dr. Lindsey Olesak joins Stang Family Eyecare

Lindsey Olesak O.D., received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University. She attended Grand Valley State for her undergraduate studies, graduating with Distinction. Dr. Olesak has clinical experience in providing primary eye care, contact lenses, and pediatric services, as well as pre- and post-operative care, treating and managing ocular disease.

She is educated in the most current developments in the field and has been trained in the latest technology.

Dr. Olesak and her husband, Nick, are originally from Gladstone.

Contact lens wear during COVID-19

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, patients continue to look to doctors of optometry, their primary eye health care physicians, for accurate eye health and vision guidance. When it comes to contact lens wear, the American Optometric Association (AOA) and doctors of optometry want to reinforce that contact lenses are a safe and effective form of vision correction for millions of people. The AOA provides the following advice to ensure proper wear and care for contact lenses.
  • Exercise Proper Hand Washing. When using contact lenses or spectacles, one should wash their hands carefully and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, followed by hand drying with unused paper towels. This should occur before every contact lens insertion and removal. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. People should avoid touching their face, including their eyes, nose and mouth, with unwashed hands.
  • Disinfect Contact Lenses. Contact lens wearers should either dispose of their daily disposable lenses each evening, or regularly disinfect their monthly and two-week lenses according to instructions from the manufacturer and one's doctor of optometry.
  • Discontinue Lens Wear if Sick. Consistent with recommendations for other types of illness, those who feel ill with cold or flu-like symptoms should cease contact lens wear.
  • Glasses are Not Proven to Offer Protection. There is no scientific evidence that wearing spectacles or glasses provides protection against COVID-19 or other viral transmissions.
Healthy individuals can continue to wear and care for their contact lenses as prescribed by their doctor of optometry.

Comprehensive Pediatric & Adult Eye Health Testing

Eye doctors use vision testing to check various functions of your eyes. These tests measure a person’s ability to focus their eyes, check for defects, and evaluate the function of the eyes.

It is extremely important to see us for regular testing and checkups, as we are able to detect potential vision problems before they become serious. By the time a person notices a problem in their own vision, often times it has progressed beyond the point that it could have been detected by a trained doctor.

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Laser Surgery Consultations

If you are interested in laser surgery, we will begin with a comprehensive eye examination, which will let us know more about you and your needs. We may have to perform some testing to properly diagnose your eye conditions. During this time, the surgeon and staff will go over what you can expect before, during and after the procedure; we want to make sure to give you realistic answers for your unique vision.

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Fashionable Eyewear for the Entire Family

Many people find choosing the correct glasses to be confusing. It can be hard to tell what looks best on your face but is also within your budget or covered by insurance. You also want to be comfortable in the glasses that you choose.

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