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Church Point

LA Eye & Vision Center is the leading provider of medical eye care services in Acadia Parish.  Now offering two locations to better serve our patients, the rural town of Church Point and the city of Crowley, Louisiana.  Eye care is provided by locally born and raised Optometric Physicians:  Dr. Claudette Smith-Boudreaux and Dr. Eric Boudreaux.  With the help of a highly knowledgeable staff and professional pair of doctors, we want to help you achieve and maintain clear vision and healthy eyes for years to come. Schedule an appointment with one of our eye care professionals today.

 

Louisiana Eye & Vision Center opened its doors in August 2012 with the hopes of offering expertise in medical eye care and unbeatable quality eye glass lens technology.  We chose to embark on this adventure in the Buggy Capital of the world for two reasons:  this was both of the doctor’s home towns and the small rural town had no other options within 30 miles in all directions.  We turned a previous dental clinic into a patient first, expert technology based, high quality product producing office with the top-notch customer service and convenient eye care to all ages.  This office offers an advanced diagnostic piece of equipment that is not found anywhere’s else in the parish; it is used for diagnosing, monitoring and aiding in the treatment of blinding eye diseases such as, macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.

  • Claudette Smith-Boudreaux, O.D.

    Dr. Smith was born and raised in Church Point, Louisiana. She is a graduate of Church Point High, received a Bachelor’s of Science with a Concentration in secondary eduction from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and received her doctorate of Optometry from University of Houston.

    Dr. Smith is licensed in both Louisiana and Texas. In Louisiana, she is licensed as an Optometric Physician with Advanced Procedures qualifications. These advanced procedures allow her the ability to perform minor procedures on the eye lids such as chalazion removals and benign growth removals as well as laser procedures to enhance vision after cataract surgery, glaucoma treatment that can eliminate a patient’s use for topical treatment as well as a procedure to eliminate a pressure spike inside the eye.

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  • Eric Boudreaux, O.D.

    Dr. Boudreaux graduated from LSU with a Bachelor of Science degree in 2006. He then attended the University of Houston College of Optometry (UHCO) for four years of clinical training where he received a Doctorate degree in 2010. At UHCO, he had over 1500 patient encounters while completing family practice, pediatric, low vision, cornea, contact lens, and medical eye rotations and externships.

    Dr. Boudreaux provided patient care at the University Eye Institute in Houston, where he was trained in Specialty Pediatrics and Primary Care Optometry. He then spent his final rotation in Tahlequah, Oklahoma providing specialty eye care to five separate clinics associated with the Cherokee Nation.

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