Bennett & Bloom Eye Centers has been Louisville’s premier eye care practice since 1987. We are excited to announce the opening of our third Louisville location in the East End near Shelbyville Road and Hurstbourne Parkway! At Bennett & Bloom Eye Centers, our goal is provide the best patient experience in Kentucky. Our new, convenient… Read More
Looking directly at the sun, even during a solar eclipse, can cause central vision loss (solar retinopathy). WAVE3 TV recently interviewed Bennett & Bloom’s Dr. Fraser McKay in a story about Kentucky’s upcoming solar eclipse on August 21 2017. View Video
The Implantable Miniature Telescope (IMT) is a tiny pea-sized lens that is placed inside the eye to correct vision loss from age-related macular degeneration (AMD). AMD damages central vision, making it difficult or impossible to read, drive, or recognize faces. AMD never causes total blindness since the peripheral vision remains normal, It is the leading… Read More
Here is WAVE3’s Andreina Centlivree story about Bennett & Bloom’s exciting new surgery for helping patients with macular degeneration. LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE), July 6, 2017. An eye surgery center in Louisville performed the first surgery in the region to help those suffering from macular degeneration. The surgery is not a cure, but it is an… Read More
Bennett & Bloom Eye Centers Named Winner Again in the ‘Best for You’ in Eye Practices by Today’s Woman Magazine
Bennett & Bloom Eye Centers recently received an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, having received zero complaints in a 12-month period. Click here to see our congratulatory letter!
Bennett & Bloom Eye Centers Named Winner in the ‘Best for You’ in Eye Practices by Today’s Woman Magazine
Dr. John Millin recently returned from a cataract mission trip to Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Over the years, Dr. Millin has volunteered his time and paid his own expenses to do cataract clinics in Mongolia, Tonga, Romania, Kenya, Peru, Ecuador, El Salvador, Lesotho, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Ghana, Belize, Honduras, and Nigeria. Dr. Millin recently spoke with… Read More
They say that the eye is the window to the soul, but it is often the window to serious medical conditions as well. Dr. Singal recently spoke with Rachel Platt about this during a WHAS-11 television interview. Click here to see the full interview.