Here at Eye Society we pride ourselves on ensuring that your optical health and vision needs are our top priority.
Using state-of-the-art computerized testing, pre-testing by medical assistants and thorough examinations by our doctors, we assess our patients’ visual systems and determine what type of visual correction provides the best solution for each individual.
Visual correction may include glasses, contacts, laser vision correction, or corneal refractive therapy. We also provide informed recommendations for solutions not offered by us.
While many eye exams point towards visual correction, we believe that the eye health evaluation is the most important part of an eye exam.
Our evaluation continues with Glaucoma testing, dilated fundus examination, and diagnostic retinal imaging is performed to evaluate the health of the eye.
Our tests can detect common systemic conditions such as:
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Impending Stroke
- Neurologic Disease (including Multiple Sclerosis and brain tumors)
- Autoimmune Disease – including systemic Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sjogren’s Syndrome
Dr. Tanvi Mago
Dr. Tanvi Mago is Director of Eye Society L.L.C. She attended the University of Houston for her undergraduate degree and earned her Doctorate of Optometry degree at The New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Mago then completed a post-graduate residency program in primary eye care and ocular disease management at the New York Veterans Hospital, a State University of New York (SUNY) affiliate clinic.
Upon completion of this program, Dr. Mago continued working in the Manhattan Veteran’s Administration Hospital with the New York University Ophthalmology program earning a fellowship.
Dr. Mago has been further trained in dry eye therapy by getting certified in fitting of Scleral Lenses and RadioFrequency and using Amniotic Membranes on top of the usual therapies.
A strong believer in contributing to her community, Dr. Mago has worked with several non-profit organizations including the Lions Club, The Lighthouse, and Prevent Blindness America. Professional associations include the American Optometric Association, Illinois Optometric Association and the American Academy of Optometry. Her work has been published in Optometry and Vision and Science Journal.
Dr. Mago currently resides in the Streeterville neighborhood with her family.
Dr. Olivia Turner
Dr. Olivia Turner is originally from Nebraska and attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in biological sciences with minors in business and psychology.
She then completed a dual degree program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham where she received her Doctorate of Optometry and Master of Business Administration degrees.
Following optometry school she performed a residency in ocular disease and primary care optometry at VA Boston Healthcare System with affiliation to the New England College of Optometry.
Dr. Turner is a new resident of Chicago and resides in the Loop. She is excited to join the Eye Society team and is committed to providing quality care for her patients.
At Eye Society, we promise to serve you with respect, honesty and integrity by:
- Offering excellence in service
- Providing value in a friendly, comfortable environment
- Maintaining the highest level of eye care through technological advances and continued staff education
- Making every visit to our office enjoyable and worthy of your continued patronage
Eye Society’s Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide the ultimate eye care experience.
We achieve this through the dedicated efforts of our compassionate, highly-skilled doctors and experienced certified team. Eye Society provides an unsurpassed quality of care and a passion for excellence in service.
Using the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art technology for the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of eye disease, the level of patient care in our practice is unparalleled when it comes to staying at the forefront of eye care technology.
Schedule an Appointment
If you are a Chicago resident and have any of these symptoms or suspect that you may be suffering from one of the mentioned conditions, you need to see our optometrists in Chicago immediately.
Contact Eye Society at (312) 640-2405 (Streeterville) or (312) 631-3247 (Loop) to find out how our eye doctors can further assist you or to make an appointment.
“Excellent staff and doctors“
Excellent staff and doctors at this small practice! They really care about their patients as I can attest to since I’ve been one for the past 6 years. Whether you just need basic eye exam to getting glasses to more extensive eye care, this place will give you the personal attention you deserve.
– Evelyn Keolian, Long-term Patient