Des Peres Eye Center Doctors

The Eye Doctors St. Louis Trusts

Since opening our doors in 1967, Des Peres Eye Center ophthalmologists have been dedicated to providing St. Louis with the best possible medical and surgical eye care.

Our mission is to treat you and your family in a comfortable and respectful manner. We take the time to clearly explain your condition so that you have the best understanding of your eyes and your vision.

Make an Appointment

Please call us at (314) 432-6137 to schedule your appointment.

Office Hours

Des Peres Location
Monday, Thursday & Friday: 8am – 4pm
Tuesday: 8am – 6pm*
Wednesday: 8am – 5pm*
First Saturday of Month: 8am – 11am*

*Please call first if after 4pm without appt. If the first Saturday of the month is a holiday, we’ll be open the second Saturday.

Arnold Location
Thursday: 9am – 4pm

Our Services

At Des Peres Eye Center we provide comprehensive eye care to patients of all ages. Our doctors are fully trained and experienced to diagnose, treat and prevent conditions from corneal problems to glaucoma, cataracts and everything in between. Learn more.
A cataract is the term given to the clouding or loss of clarity occurring in the natural lens. When a cataract progresses to the point where it interferes with daily activities, it may need to be surgically removed for vision to be restored. Learn more.
The cornea is the clear window over the iris. When the cornea is diseased, it may lose its clarity or shape, causing blurred vision. A corneal transplant may be the best treatment for this condition. Learn more.
Diabetes can affect your vision by causing a variety of eye diseases. It is recommended that an eye exam should be performed at least once a year in order to ensure early detection of any serious conditions. Early detection is the strongest protection against diabetic eye diseases. Learn more.
Glaucoma is a disease of the eye which affects the health of the optic nerve. Typical treatment of glaucoma consists of eyedrops to help lower the pressure within the eye. Other treatment options available include laser or incisional surgery. Learn more.
Refractive surgery uses the latest laser technology to give patients excellent vision and freedom from glasses or contact lenses. Refractive surgery improves vision by correcting errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Learn more.