Welcome to Danville Eye Center! With Optometry Offices in Danville, Liberty, Mount Vernon, and Central Kentucky

Call us at 859-236-8644 today.

On behalf of all our eye doctors, we're pleased to welcome you to Danville Eye Center, your family eye care resource in Danville KY. We are actually a multi-office provider that includes Danville Eye Center in Danville KY, Liberty Eye Center in Liberty KY, Mount Vernon Eye Center in Mount Vernon KY, and Central Kentucky Eye Center in Harrodsburg KY. We're serious about providing the highest standards of family eye care throughout the Bluegrass State --and we think you'll be impressed by what you learn about us.

Meet Our Eye Doctors

If you're seeking eye doctors who genuinely care about the quality of your family's vision, you'll be glad you chose Danville Eye Center. Dr. Kimberly Z. Smith operates our clinic with her husband, Dr. Michael K Smith. A fellow graduate of the Southern College of Optometry (where she received highest honors), Dr. Kimberly Smith received additional optometry training and experience at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (Dayton, OH) and Commonwealth Eye Surgery (Lexington KY). Dr. Michael K. Smith, a Hindman native and graduate of Memphis Tennessee's Southern College of Optometry, has served Danville patients since 2004. His special interests include glaucoma, ocular nutrition, hard to fit contact lenses, and dry eye care.

Eye Exams, Orthokeratology Treatment, Hard to Fit Contact Lenses and Other Services

Danville Eye Center can provide a full suite of primary eye and vision services for all ages. Our comprehensive eye and vision exams can catch any problems that might require prompt attention to help you preserve and optimize your eyesight. In addition to glasses and sunglasses, we can administer contact lens exams and fit you with any of a wide range of contact lens types, including hard to fit contact lenses. Orthokeratology treatment even offers specialized lenses that "mold" your corneas overnight for clear everyday vision. (Orthokeratology treatment can also slow myopia children's eyes.) If you want more permanent correction via LASIK or other eye surgery, we can provide pre-surgical and post-surgical co-management.

When your vision is at risk, trust our eye doctors to help. We can provide primary treatment and other recommendations for glaucoma, cataracts, and other eye diseases. we also offer dry eye treatment, computer vision care, pediatric eye care, specialized retinal services (through our consulting ophthalmologist, Dr. Angelia Thompson), and other important services to help you make the most of your eyesight.

Contact Our Optometrists in Danville, Mount Vernon, Liberty, and Central Kentucky

Our optometrists in Danville, Mount Vernon, Liberty, and Harrodsburg are ready to meet you. If you feel the same way, call the location nearest you to set up an initial appointment and say hello to our caring team!

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Danville, KY Optometrists | Liberty, KY Optometrists | Mount Vernon, KY Optometrists | Harrodsburg, KY Optometrists

Monday:

9 am - 5 pm

Tuesday:

10 am - 7 pm

Wednesday:

9 am - 5 pm

Thursday:

9 am - 7 pm

Friday:

9 am - 5 pm

Saturday:

9 am - 2 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Michael K. Smith

    Dr. Michael Smith was born and raised in Hindman, Kentucky.  He attended the University of Kentucky where he received his degree in Biology.  He then attended Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee where he received his doctorate of Optometry.  He has been practicing in Danville since 2004 with his wife, Dr. Kimberly Smith.  He currently serves on the Executive Board of the Kentucky Optometric Association.  He is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Optometric Nutrition Society. He is a board certified Optometrist and certified in Expanded Therapeutic and Laser procedures of the eye.  His areas of passion in eyecare include Ocular Surface Disease (dry eye), challenging contact lens cases, nutrition in disease prevention, and glaucoma.

    He lives in Danville with his wife and two children.

  • Dr.
    Kimberly Z. Smith

    Dr. Kimberly Smith is originally from southern California. She graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). Upon graduation from college, she entered the Southern College of Optometry (SCO)in Memphis, Tennessee. She graduated from SCO with highest honors in 2003. She was also trained at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio and Commonwealth Eye Surgery in Lexington, Ky. 

    Dr. Smith began her career working with Dr. Avery Hill in Danville, Ky and upon his retirement she, along with her husband, Dr. Michael Smith, took over his practice in August 2004. She lives in Danville, Ky.

  • Sherri Martin

    Sherri is an eyewear consultant at the Danville Eye Center. She has many years of experience in the eye care industry. She spends her time at the Danville Eye Center helping our patients pick out the best pair of glasses for their lifestyle and also making glasses in our in-house lab.

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "We use Anderson Optometry for all of our family’s vision needs. Recently, we had to have our youngest fitted for new glasses and he made the experience fun for her and informative for us. We know Dr. Anderson will always take good care of our family’s eye care and that’s why we wouldn’t go to anywhere else."
    The Harrison Family
  • "Dr. Anderson and his staff are so patient and friendly. Dr. Anderson prescribed me glasses and I had the toughest time picking out frames. They didn’t rush, but instead made helpful suggestions and now I have an awesome pair of frames, not to mention the fact that I can see ten times better than before. You guys are the best!"
    Shelly

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