Welcome to Montgomery Eye Physicians
At Montgomery Eye Physicians, our mission is to serve our patients, employees and referring providers with a total commitment to quality, courtesy and professionalism.
In 1945, following WWII, Karl Benkwith, M.D., opened the first ophthalmology office in Montgomery. His son,
Sanders Benkwith, M.D., followed him into ophthalmology and joined his father in practice in 1977. Eight years later James Glassner, M.D., joined the Benkwiths, followed by Tom Lyle Mitchell, Jr., M.D., in 1987.
With a complete staff of ophthalmologists, optometrists and trained technical support, Montgomery Eye Physicians is committed to providing you with the most comprehensive eye care and eye health information in central Alabama. Whether you are seeking routine eye exams to the most advanced LASIK eye surgery procedures in Montgomery, we are here to help you see better.
At Montgomery Eye Physicians, we take great pride in the exceptional service our patients receive. Our highly skilled surgeons have many years of experience and use only the newest, most advanced technology. Our goal is to make sure you receive high quality, individualized attention in a friendly, caring environment.
LASIK has proven to be a safe and effective vision correction procedure for millions of people worldwide. However, LASIK is not for everyone. An excellent surgical outcome depends on highly credentialed surgical experts, the finest technology available, a knowledgeable staff and thorough pre and post-operative care, along with patient compliance. At Montgomery Eye, we track the outcomes of every patient that has vision correction surgery and will be happy to share those results with you.
Please contact our Montgomery LASIK experts at 334-272-2020 to schedule your free LASIK consultation. Let us help you make an informed decision regarding the vision correction procedure that will best suit your needs.
Regular eye examinations are an important part of your preventative health care regimen. Frequently, vision problems may go undetected because there are no obvious symptoms. If there is a problem, early detection may help prevent future loss of vision.