Providing Personalized Eye Care Services
With State Of The Art Technology:

  • Comprehensive eye exams
  • Diagnosis & management of eye diseases
  • Contact lens fitting and evaluation
  • Co-management & consultation for LASIK
  • Binocular vision evaluation
  • Minor surgical procedures
  • Low Vision Services
Let the Beauty of
what you love be
what you do.

The eye's light proceeds
from the light of the heart
But the light that lights
the heart is the light of God.

Listen with ears of tolerance!
See through eyes of compassion!
Speak with the language of Love!

—Rumi

Lawrenceville Family Eyecare - Dr. Mehdi Kazem - 575 Professional Drive Suite 100 Lawrenceville GA - Gwinnett County

Did you know you can wear contact lenses even in the following situations?!

  • Dry Eyes
  • Allergies
  • Bifocals
  • Astigmatism
  • Irregular Corneas

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Did you know GLAUCOMA is the leading cause of blindness in the U.S.?

We offer regular comprehensive eye examinations
as an important means of detecting glaucoma in
its early stages:

Coherence Tomography(OCT) - Glaucoma Management

Our doors at Lawrence Family Eyecare are wide open and we are ready to greet you with a smile and take care of your precious eyes. Come in and let us show you what we are all about.

There was a Door to which I found no Key:
There was a Veil past which I could not See:
Some little Talk awhile of ME and THEE
There seemed — and then no more of Thee and ME.

—Omar Khayyam

Lawrenceville Family Eyecare Insurance
  • Conveniently located on the first floor of the Gwinnett Medical Building
  • Half a mile past Hwy 316 and Gwinnett Hospital going towards downtown Lawrenceville on
    Hwy 120.
  • First blue/green office building on the right entering Professional Drive from Hwy 120.
Lawrenceville Family Eyecare - 575 Professional Drive Suite 100 Lawrenceville GA - Gwinnett County

Our Vision

At Lawrenceville Family Eyecare we take your eyes to heart. Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality of vision and medical eye care in a friendly atmosphere by combining compassionate personal attention, expert medical skills, and the latest technology.

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Main Office Hours

Mon10 am — 6 pm Tue— Closed — Wed10 am — 7 pm Thu10 am — 5 pm Fri  8 am — 2 pm SatBy Appointment Only Sun — Closed —

Also see: Satellite Office Hours

Why Routine Eye Exam?

Routine eye exams are not only necessary to assess the need for glasses and contacts to see better but also to detect many eye diseases that initially do not have any symptoms. One such disease is glaucoma which is associated with higher than normal eye pressure and can eventually lead to peripheral vision loss and blindness if not treated in a timely manner. Many systemic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease and thyroid disease also effect the eyes and as a result yearly exams are essential in these cases.

Eye Diseases Diagnosis

We provide a wide range of care including:

  • detect and diagnose eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, retinal disorders, lid disorders and infections such as conjunctivitis or red eyes
  • prescribe oral and topical medications to treat the eye diseases

Dr. Kazem is trained to recognize critical health issues such as diabetes and hypertension while examining the eye. Having an eye exam can save your life as well as your vision. Click here for a letter written by one of Dr. Kazem's patients. Dr. Kazem found a malignant melanoma while looking in her eye. Timely detection of the tumor not only saved the patient's vision but her life.

Eye Diseases Diagnosis

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) — This device can scan the 10 layers of the retina, which is less than 1mm, to detect early changes in diabetic patients. It is also used to measure the nerve fiber thickness of the optic nerve to detect and manage glaucoma.

Glaucoma Management

Glaucoma is often called silent thief of sight since at the initial stages the individual does not perceive any loss of peripheral vision. If undetected and not treated, it can lead to gradual side vision loss and ultimately blindness. Glaucoma is usually associated with increase in the pressure in the eye which is measured during a routine eye exam with an instrument called a tonometer. The optometrist can also get valuable clues by getting a complete medical history, looking at your optic nerves, and performing additional tests such as visual fields and OCT (a device that measures the thickness of your optic nerve fibers) if necessary.

Low Vision Care

Low Vision refers to a visual condition that cannot be corrected by conventional eyeglasses or contact lenses or through surgical or pharmacologic means. A variety of disorders that affect the eye (many age-related) can cause an individual to become visually impaired and these include: Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma and Retinitis Pigmentosa.

Low Vision Care

Low Vision Care is the evaluation and management of those that are visually impaired by eye care and rehab professionals. The goal of the care is to help those with low vision to overcome the handicapping effects of their visual impairment. Based on individual lifestyle needs, solutions will be sought to help each patient achieve their visual goals. This may include the recommendation of products known as Low Vision Aids.

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Children's Vision

The American Optometrist Association recommends having your child's first eye exam at six months of age. This is best done by an eye care provider that specializes in children. At Lawrenceville Family Eyecare we first see pre-schoolers between the ages of three to five. At this age, it is not only important to assess the need for glasses and check the health of the eyes, but also to make sure their eyes are aligned and there is not a potential for development of amblyopia or lazy eye. If this condition is not resolved early on, it may become permanent and will not be amendable to any treatment once the nerves of the eyes are fully developed. School aged children need to be examined every year since their eyes like the rest of their body is constantly growing and changing, giving rise to frequent changes in prescriptions.

children's vision

Eyewear

At Lawrenceville Family Eyecare we carry a diverse selection of high quality frames and sunglasses at affordable prices. Come and visit our showroom to see our latest styles. All of our frames have a one year manufacturer warranty. Learn More...

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