231 Windermere Boulevard
Alexandria, LA 71303

Our sight is one of the most precious senses we have, and the team at Louisiana Eye & Laser is here to help you see the things that are most important. Our team of specialists can diagnose and treat eye diseases, conduct eye surgeries, and provide routine eye exams and contact lens fittings for patients. With quality care for the whole family in a warm and welcoming environment, there’s no reason to put off your eye appointment any longer.

Come see the friendly team at Louisiana Eye & Laser and envision a brighter world! If you’d like to learn more about the services offered at our Alexandria location or are interested in scheduling an appointment, contact us online, call us at 318-209-3487, or visit us at 231 Windermere Boulevard.

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Routine Eye Care:

It’s important to have your eyes examined annually since some eye diseases do not show symptoms early on. Your optometrist will be able to catch any changes in your eye health before larger problems arise. We also provide routine eye exams for children and suggest that they begin seeing an optometrist yearly around the age of six.

Blade-Free LASIK:

Laser vision correction is an effective way to reduce or eliminate a patient’s need for glasses or contacts. Many patients can see better than 20/20 after the procedure! Our eye surgeons use only the latest and safest technology to give you the clear vision you’ve always dreamed of having. LASIK can be used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.


Glaucoma occurs when the optic nerve in your eye is damaged due to intraocular pressure or other causes. If untreated, glaucoma will lead to blindness. Early detection is key and will help prevent loss of eyesight. If you’re noticing blind spots around your peripheral vision, contact our team for an appointment today.

Retina Surgery:

The retina is a thin layer of tissue in the back of your eye that processes light and color. It is a key component to your vision and if damaged completely, cannot be repaired. Early detection will allow your optometrist to provide treatment and avoid loss of eyesight.

Cataract Surgery:

Did you know that cataracts affect nearly 2.5 million Americans over the age of 40? Recognized by its cloudy appearance, cataracts can cause blindness if left untreated. If you notice cloudy or fuzzy vision, dull colors, or difficulty driving at night, it’s time to call the Louisiana Eye & Laser Team.

Dry Eye:

The optometrists at our practice are Dry Eye experts, which means you can rest assured you’ll be treated with the latest technology and the most compassionate care. Dry Eye occurs when glands fail to produce enough of the aqueous component of tears to keep the surface of your eye healthy and protected. Often mistaken for allergies, our team will be able to help you find relief thanks to our advanced technology and diagnostic equipment.

Choose Louisiana Eye & Laser

We are proud to have been able to serve patients throughout Louisiana for nearly 40 years, and we look forward to helping all of our patients in Alexandria enjoy life with clear vision! If you’re suffering from Dry Eye, fuzzy vision, astigmatism, or other eye ailments, contact our office today for an appointment.

We are also accepting new patients for routine eye care and would be happy to help you and your family maintain your healthy eyesight. Our office accepts many vision plans and we are happy to answer any questions you may have about your coverage. Call us at 318-209-3487 to speak with a member of our staff today!

M-S: 8am – 5pm | SUN: Closed.
Bernard E. Patty, III, MD
Eric R. Reish, MD
Karren Laird Russo, MD
Patrick R. Redmond, MD
Michael Redmond, MD
T. Chadwick Norton, MD
Richard M. Walters, OD
Cheryl Stoker, OD
Bryan S. Jeanfreau, OD
Brett Bennett, OD
231 Windermere Boulevard, Alexandria, LA 71303