We take great pride in providing the finest quality care for our patients with their problems with Glaucoma and Cataracts and hope that our web site will help to acquaint you with our practice. We have the special knowledge, testing capabilities and treatment procedures. This website can answer questions about Glaucoma Center of Michigan and what you can expect during your visit. If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (248) 356-0098. The Glaucoma Center of Michigan (GCM) was the first facility in Michigan dedicated exclusively to the evaluation and treatment of glaucoma and cataracts. We have over 80 cumulative years of experience in providing the highest quality of care for complex glaucoma and cataract problems.
Glaucoma Center of Michigan is pleased to announce the revolutionary LenSx laser, a bladeless, computer-controlled laser that allows our surgeons to plan and perform cataract surgery with the most precision, accuracy, and individualized specifications not attainable by other surgical methods. We are part of the first center in southeast Michigan to be able to utilize this breakthrough technology. The physicians at Glaucoma Center of Michigan are happy to offer a multitude of lens choices and latest advancements with the LenSx laser for every patient undergoing cataract surgery.
The GCM team has developed a thorough list of questions with detailed answers so you feel comfortable throughout the entire process. In this section you will find a list of items that you may need to bring with you, as well as information about what to expect during your visit and the insurance providers accepted. If you are considering the Glaucoma Center of Michigan for treatment or surgery, please don’t hesitate to call or email with any questions or concerns.
We participate in most medical plans, including Blue Cross Blue Shield and Medicare. Our patient account representatives will process the appropriate insurance forms for you. If you have an HMO insurance, it is your responsibility to bring the necessary authorization from your PCP’s (Primary Care Physician) office to your appointment.
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