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Questions? Call us at 313-389-3937 today.

After hour emergency instructions:Call Dr. Michelle Akler, MD at 313-563-3937 and wait for the emergency prompt.


We are a full service optometric practice founded in 1993 by Dr. Kathi-Jo Cramer and optician Annette Prevaux-Matejko We invite you to experience our unique approach to innovative eyewear and exceptional eyecare. Using the latest technology and equipment, we guarantee a very thorough, high quality eye exam. Knowledgeable opticians with over 60 years experience give you personal, caring service before, during, and after your visit. Browse our website to learn more about our practice.  You may join our patient family by scheduling an eye exam appointment at our office or by filling your doctor's prescription with us.

                                             Life is too short to wear boring glasses! 

Our office offers the following services: complete eye exams including glaucoma testing, contact lens fittings, and retinal imaging is also available. We offer glasses for dress, safety, sport or sun from a fabulous selection of frames for men, women and children. We fit all types of contact lenses. For a complete list of services, visit our services page

At The Visionary, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at 313-389-3937 or schedule an appointment today online.

The Visionary | 313-389-3937

7333 Allen Rd
Allen Park, MI 48101-1920


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