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Welcome to Shafer Vision Care
Your Optometrist in Brownsburg, IN.

Call us at 317-852-5000 today.

Welcome to Shafer Vision Care in Brownsburg. Dr. Melissa Shafer and the Shafer Vision Care team strive to provide the finest in optometry services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our optometry services, and invite you to join our patient family by scheduling an eye exam appointment at our Brownsburg office.

Shafer Vision Care is a full service eye and vision care provider and will take both eye emergencies as well as scheduled appointments. Patients throughout the Brownsburg area come to Shafer Vision Care because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional care that is our foundation. Dr. Shafer and our team are dedicated to keeping our patients comfortable and well-informed at all times. At Shafer Vision Care, we will explain every exam and procedure and answer all of our patient's questions. Additionally, at Shafer Vision Care, we offer vision financing options and will work with vision insurance providers to ensure good eye health and vision care for all of our patients.

Our Approach to Optometry

Our one-on-one approach to optometry makes Dr. Shafer and the Shafer Vision Care staff the eye and vision care providers of choice in the Brownsburg area. Our optometrist offers the following services: complete eye exams, contact lenses, glasses, glaucoma testing, and pre- and post-operative care. For a complete list of services, visit our services page or call our office at 317-852-5000.

At Shafer Vision Care, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at 317-852-5000 or schedule an appointment today online.

Melissa Shafer, O.D., F.A.A.O.
Optometrist | Shafer Vision Care

67 E Garner Rd Ste 800
Brownsburg, IN 46112

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am

6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am

6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday:

Call

Call

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Meet the Optometrist

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Melissa Shafer
    O.D., F.A.A.O.

    Dr. Shafer has been practicing optometry for twenty years. She is a graduate of Indiana University School of Optometry and has completed a one year residency specializing in ocular disease. Among her honors, she has become a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (F.A.A.O.),and has been awarded best Doctor in Hendricks County

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I've moved from the area, and the office is approx. 45 miles from home. I would NEVER consider changing doctors. This is the best medical group I've ever had the opportunity to work with. Incredibly helpful with appointment time, insurance, eyeglass selection. I honestly feel that they are in the office for solely me. And everyone always has a smile, and has detectable happy energy. They are genuine people, and I love them dearly."
    – Joseph L.

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