At Eye to Eye, we are proud of our reputation for excellence in eye care. Our purpose is to provide our patients the most thorough, up-to-date, and individualized care possible.

Our most well-known specialty is nightwear Ortho-K corneal re-shaping treatment to prevent myopia progression in children. We are recognized in the Atlanta area for "doing the impossible" with contact lenses. We get referrals every day from other doctors and patients who rely on us to take on the most difficult cases and turn them into successful contact lens wearers.

Our vast experience, preventive care philosophy, and "never give up" perseverance have earned us the reputation as "the place to go for contact lenses".

But superior contact lens fitting is not our only "claim to fame". People also come to Eye to Eye because we are experts at solving medical eye problems and vision difficulties that are too often overlooked by other eye care providers.

As an optometry practice, we provide primary medical and visual eye care. We have been trained extensively to diagnose and treat functional vision problems as well as eye disease, using a variety of treatment methods, including prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses, eye muscle training exercises, prescription medications for eye diseases, and various minor surgical techniques for treatment of dry eyes to removal of small objects embedded in the eye's surface.

At Eye to Eye, we offer the latest advances in diagnostic testing equipment, including:

automated refraction and corneal curvature measurement,

visual field (peripheral vision) testing,

gentle air puff non-contact tonometer eye pressure test with automatic eye tracking,

corneal topography,

corneal endothelial cell densitometry and corneal thickness measurement

digital retinal photography,

including our new Optos ultra-wide field retinal camera, which lets us view almost the entire back of the eye without dilation!

and optic nerve/retina OCT scanning.


Fellow of the International Academy of Orthokeratology

Dr. Jeffrey Jeruss, O.D has been the owner of Eye to Eye Vision Center since 1994. Originally from Coral Gables, Florida, Dr. Jeruss attended Emory University and graduated from the University of Florida in 1977. He received his optometry degree from Southern California College of Optometry in 1983, did an externship at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, and then started a specialty contact lens practice in Miami.

In 1991, he moved to Atlanta to become the Chief of Contact Lens Services at Thomas Eye Group, and then, in 1994, Dr. Jeruss resumed his specialty contact lens practice with Eye to Eye.

Dr. Jeruss is a world renowned expert and lecturer in the field of Orthokeratology (aka: Ortho-K, Corneal Molding) where custom designed corneal lenses are worn overnight to eliminate the need for eyeglasses or contact lenses during the day. He has been at the forefront of lens design innovation, especially in the area of Myopia Control for children, where the main purpose is to prevent children's vision from getting worse and worse every year.


We are proud and delighted to announce that Dr. Amber Zaunbrecher, O.D. has just joined Eye to Eye Vision Center. A Georgia native, Dr. Z (as she is known by her patients) graduated from the University of Georgia in 2006 and completed her optometry degree at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry in 2011. She spent the next year in an ocular disease residency, working as a clinical skills instructor and attending physician in both primary care and pediatric clinic, lecturing, and publishing her research.

With a strong commitment to a personalized approach in caring for patients of all ages, Dr Z is particularly interested in developing a family practice, with an emphasis on children's vision.

Dr. Jeruss TV interview on eye retainers

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