Located in Downtown Plymouth servicing Canton and Northville

Welcome to
Progressive Family
Eye Care

With years of outstanding service in the community, Dr. Sarah DiPonio-Tulchinsky has the experience and "chair-side" manner to make you comfortable on your visit.

Plymouth, MI Eye Care & Optical

Better vision has a direct impact on your quality of life. Only you can ensure that your eyes are in good health by taking time for regular vision check-ups. Our state of the art equipment and comprehensive eye exams are among the best you will find, designed to go far beyond simple prescription writing. Our opticians will help you choose the perfect frames from our optical dispensary or fit your contact lenses to ensure a proper fit.

Our Mission

  • To provide the highest level of eye care for the entire family in a friendly and comfortable environment
  • To personalize each patient experience to meet their unique needs
  • To instill a feeling in our patients that they received the best care possible
  • To protect the health of our patients’ eyes and preserve their vision while promoting healthy lives

Our Patients Say

Focus on Eyeglasses

We carry the latest European and American designer eyewear collections in a variety of styles, colors and materials.

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Focus on Contact Lenses

Whether you wear daily, weekly or monthly disposables, or conventional (vial) lenses, check out our selection of lenses that fit your needs.

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Focus on Sunglasses

Whether or not you require vision correction, sunglasses can add an element of comfort and enhanced performance to your activities.

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Daily Acuvue Define Contacts

Q&A with Dr. DiPonio-Tulchinsky

Dr. DiPonio-Tulchinsky Answers Your Questions

Can I wear contact lenses when I’m swimming?

It is not recommended to wear contact lenses when swimming or showering. There are microbes found in water, even chlorinated water and processed water in our homes, that can be dangerous for contact lens wearers.

Acanthamoeba is one of these organisms. Although rare, if it makes its way into a contact lens, it can transfer to the surface of a person’s eye, which leads to an eye infection that is difficult to treat and can lead to blindness. It is best to decrease risk and avoid water when wearing contact lenses.

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487 Forest Ave
Plymouth, MI 48170


In the event of an emergency, please call 911 immediately.


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