Eye Associates of Marquette

Over a Century of Serving People

Eye Associates of Marquette has been serving the eye care needs of Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin citizens for over one hundred years. Since Harry Hornbogen, M.D. first opened his office in the Savings Bank Building at the corner of Front and Washington Streets on May 11, 1895, there has been an unbroken succession of ophthalmologists attending patients in this practice. They have demonstrated a commitment to providing the best possible care for patients, maintaining skills and staying current in our rapidly changing field.

We pride ourselves in being able to address the eye needs of the entire family. Parents are encouraged to schedule an exam for their infants if there is any question of a problem. Much can be gained from an eye examination even at an early age. Certainly if there is crossing or outturning of the eyes after 3 months of age, the baby should be examined, and all children should have an exam by an ophthalmologist by the age of 5.

In the absence of eye disease, exams should be performed every three years until age 45. If glasses have been prescribed, an annual exam may be indicated. After age 45, exams should be every 2 years. At the conclusion of your exam you will be told when to return, and a reminder notice will be sent if you wish.

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1414 W. Fair Ave, Suite 150 • Marquette, Michigan • (906)226-2531

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