Welcome to Kregg Koons OD, Inc. Comprehensive Eye Care
Drs. Koons, Lenig, Shelley and Davis
The doctors and staff would like to welcome you to our practice. Whether you're looking for new stylish frames or have questions about your contact lenses, we're here to offer you personal and expert advice. At our office quality is our goal. With our experienced staff and the comprehensive services we provide - going far beyond just selling glasses and contact lenses - we've got you covered.
Drs. Koons, Lenig, Shelley and Davis have served the community for over 40 years.
We accept MOST vision insurance including: VSP, Eyemed, Davis, Spectera, Medicare and Medicaid.NEW PATIENTS ALWAYS WELCOME!
Kregg Koons OD, Inc.
New Patients Always Welcome!
Insightful Eye Care
Call today for a comprehensive eye examination with our highly skilled and trained doctors.
An Eye on the Future
Make an appointment today. See your future more clearly.
Eye Care For Your Entire Family
Great eye care begins with regular eye exams. We provide eye care for Adults, Children and Seniors. Call today.
Over 1000 frames from which to choose.
Glasses for every occasion! See what we have to offer.
Kregg Koons, O.D.
Kregg Koons, O.D. joined the practice in 1997. Dr. Koons attended Ball State and graduated from Indiana University in 1994. Dr. Koons purchased the practice in 2012 and moved the office to its current location in 2015.
Jessica Davis, O.D.
Jessica Davis, O.D. joined the practice in 2012. She our Muncie location in 2016. She attended Monroe Central and is a 2012 graduate of Indiana University School of Optometry. Dr. Davis has two children.
Alan Lenig, O.D.
Alan Lenig, O.D. began practicing in Muncie in 1974. Dr. Lenig's service to the community has been tremendous and has provided eye care to thousands of patients over the years. Dr. Lenig retired in 2016 after 42 years.
Terry Shelley, O.D.
Terry Shelley O.D. joined the practice in 1982. Dr. Shelley's practice grew steadily over the years and became a key associate in the growth of the practice. Dr. Shelley retired in 2017 after 47 years in practice.
Comprehensive eye care includes: Providing eyeglasses, contact lenses, routine and pediatric exams. Monitoring for Diabetes, Macular Degeneration and Cataracts. Treatment of Glaucoma, Dry Eyes and other ocular health related conditions requiring medications.
Our Selection of Frames
Whether elegant or sporty, stylish or pragmatic, with Dr. Kregg Koons you'll always find the right glasses. We have a wide selection of high-quality frames. We have recently added Ray Ban, Coach, Kate Spade, Harley-Davidson, Nike, Vera Bradley, IZOD and Michael Kors to our large frame selections. We have a wide range of prices to choose and strive to make your eyeglass purchase a pleasant experience. We have over 900 frames to choose from!
Contact Lenses for Every Occasion
Would you like to go without glasses for a short while or always? We'd be happy to personally advise you in selecting which of the many types of contact lenses we carry is the right one for your needs. Today many contact lens options are available. Daily disposables are an inexpensive option for the occasional wearer. Allow us to help you decide which contact brands and types are best for your eyes.
NOW Offering BLEPHEX treatments for Blepharitis--the areas only provider for this procedure
Our friendly team provides all the services of an expert in one stop. The latest in technology to help diagnose and treat many ocular diseases and refractive problems. We offer the new Reichert 7CR with corneal response technology to diagnose glaucoma better than most older testing. Our office has now added a new state of the art DRS retina camera. Fully automated and rapid results. EVERY new patient will have a retinal photograph taken of their eyes to allow your doctor to monitor your ocular health as well as any future changes that may occur within your eyes. Our visual field testing utilizes the Humphreys Frequency Doubling Technology making our ability to detect disease more easily.
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