The team at Eye Michigan is thrilled to serve our friends in Rochester Hills. Grosinger, Spigelman & Grey is a state-of-the-art practice providing an extensive list of eye care for the past 25 years. Using a variety of advanced technologies, the team at Eye Michigan has helped thousands better their vision.
Areas of Expertise
Cataract Surgery in Rochester Hills, MI
As we age, cataracts may naturally develop. Cataracts can cause blurred vision, light sensitivity, or depth perception problems, among other issues. Surgery is the only permanent fix for cataracts, and it is a widely successful option. Eye Michigan offers a no-stitch surgery option, a quick surgery that requires little recovery time. Our Troy location is outfitted with the most up-to-date technology and experienced staff to ensure your surgery experience is the best it can be.
LASIK Eye Surgery in Rochester Hills, MI
Our doctors are experts and leaders in LASIK Eye surgery. Our state-of-the-art WaveLight® FS200 Femtosecond works quickly to prepare the cornea and expose the tissue. Our Allegretto Wave™ excimer laser reshapes and repositions the eye, resulting in a fix that will have you on to a quick recovery and path to clear vision in no time.
PRK in Rochester Hills, MI
PRK, a lesser-known surgical option, can also improve vision and eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. If the patient does not qualify for LASIK, PRK is the next best option. Eye Michigan’s doctors are skilled and experienced in this type of surgery and can help you attain clearer and stronger vision quickly.
Premium Cataract Lens Options in Rochester Hills, MI
As one of the first practices in Michigan to offer the lense, Eye Michigan is excited to share the AcrySof® PanOptix IQ® Intraocular Lens to aid in the treatment of cataracts and presbyopia. The unique trifocal lens helps clear vision and remove the need for glasses. The technology used in the lens is the leading option in more than 70 countries, and we look forward to the opportunity to discuss the effects with our patients.