The solution to all your eyecare needs has arrived in the beautiful Arts & Design District of Carmel! Let’s face it, purchasing eyewear can be a stressful and difficult process. Our mission at Eyes On Main is to provide you with authentic personal attention that is unmatched anywhere else.

We have carefully curated our selection of independent, handmade, exclusive collections that freely expresses the uniqueness of every individual. Our passion and purpose is to provide every wearer with the latest in eyewear technologies, cutting edge style and personalized service at any cost.

The Store

Eyes on Main store
Location:

19 E. Main St.
Carmel, IN 46032
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Hours:

10am - 6pm    Tue / Thur / Fri
12pm - 8pm    Wed
10am - 4pm    Sat
- Closed -        Sun / Mon

Meet the Staff

At Eyes on Main, we are dedicated to making sure that each customer has the most pleasant experience possible. With our highly trained staff, we are confident that you will leave seeing and looking your very best.

The Peters:

Kimberly Peters – She has been in the eyecare industry for over 20 years. Her passion is felt and seen by the way she befriends and interacts with every customer. When she is not in the office or searching for the next eyewear trend, she spends her time volunteering in her community and expressing herself through art. One of her proudest achievements was volunteering with VOSH, an organization that brings vision to people around the world. She served the people of Honduras and helped give the gift of sight. She has also volunteered as a National Suicide Hotline operator and with NODA.

Anthony Peters – He joins his partner in crime of over two decades in the eyecare industry. His passion for detail lends himself the necessary skills to work in the lab, and his exuberance for the industry itself will surely get you excited when picking out your next pair of glasses. In his free time Anthony enjoys cycling, photography and all things tech.

About the Doctor:

Dr Linda Venezia – Optometrist

Dr. Linda Venezia completed her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2012 and her Masters in Vision Science with a concentration in dry eye research in 2017 at Indiana University in Bloomington. “I believe in treating people with dignity and respect, and I employ this philosophy in the way I practice optometry. My primary goal is to treat patients the way I would want to be treated, with a thorough and comprehensive eye exam. I was thrilled to discover that Kim and Tony share this belief in the way they provide optical care for their patients. I’m very excited to be a part of the wonderful team at Eyes on Main."

Dr. Venezia sees patients of all ages for comprehensive eye exams including medical and contact lens exams. She has been a Carmel resident since 2012 and she enjoys spending time with her growing family.

Dr Linda Venezia

FAQs

What kind of insurance's do you take?

We are in network providers for most insurance plans. Please visit our vision care plans page for a list of insurances but one thing to keep in mind is that vision and medical insurance are not the same.

What is the turn-around time for glasses?

On-site lab that allows quick turn-around time for most single vision prescriptions. If we do need to order lenses, the turn-around is typically 7-10 business days.

What is the turn-around time for contacts?

Contacts typically arrive in about 3-5 business days.

Do the glasses come with any warranties?

Each frame we offer comes with at least a 1-year manufacturer warranty.

What is the return policy?

We have a no refund policy, however, we do offer a 30 day exchange. If you are unhappy with the fit, color, or even the prescription changes, we will give a one-time exchange.

What is the difference between and optician, optometrist, and ophthalmologist?

Dispensing opticians help fit eyeglasses and contact lenses, following prescriptions from ophthalmologists and optometrists. They also help customers decide which eyeglass frames or type of contact lenses to buy. Optometrists (O.D.) examine the eyes and other parts of the body related to vision. They also diagnose, treat, and manage diseases, injuries, and other disorders of the eyes. They prescribe eyeglasses or contact lenses as needed. Ophthalmologists (M.D.) are medical doctors who specializes in eye and vision care, but also perform surgery.

What does a comprehensive eye exam consist of?

A comprehensive eye exam includes auto refraction, manual refraction, glaucoma testing, visual screening, and a complimentary retinal screening!

Do you fit contact lenses?

Yes. Contact lens fittings involve additional tests during the exam and we also train you how to take them in and out.

What days are eye exams available?

Eye Exams are currently available on Fridays from 10-5.

I did not get my glasses there, but can I come in for an adjustment/repair?

Absolutely! We would be happy to adjust or attempt to repair any damaged glasses. If it is not one of our frames we just have to inform you that if the glasses break in the process, we cannot be held responsible.

I did not get my exam there, but can I come in and get glasses?

Absolutely. It is never a requirement that you buy glasses at the same place you got the exam, including here.

Do you sell eyeglass cleaner?

Yes. We have spray available in 1, 4, and 8 oz bottles, as well as pre-moistened towelettes and microfiber cloths.

How long does an eye exam take?

Eye exams typically take about 15-20 minutes and our doctor would be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

I have a higher prescription. Are thinner lenses available?

Yes. We do have high-index lenses available including 1.74, which can be up to 50% thinner than standard plastic. One important fact to keep in mind is that the frame choice has a large impact on the thickness of the lens.

How do progressives differ from ordinary bifocals?

Ordinary bifocals offer two zones for vision. There is a distance zone on top and a reading zone on the bottom, where “image jump” going from one to the next zone. Progressives are more of an all-purpose lens. These offer correction for distance, mid-range, and reading. There is no image jump. These zones are all connected, invisible, and there is a smooth transition going from one zone to the next allowing more natural vision.

Do progressives take a long time to adapt to?

Most progressive wearers adapt very quickly, within a couple hours to a couple of days. Sometimes, it may take up to a week.

  • STORE HOURS:
  • Mon Closed
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  • Tues 10:00 - 6:00
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  • Wed 12:00 - 8:00
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  • Thurs 10:00 - 6:00
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  • Fri 10:00 - 6:00
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  • Sat 10:00 - 4:00
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  • Sun Closed
  • STORE HOURS:
  • 10 - 6 Tue / Thur / Fri
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  • 12 - 8 Wed
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  • 10 - 4 Sat