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Welcome to Midwest Eye Associates

The eye doctors and our knowledgeable staff pride ourselves on delivering the best service possible to all our patients and we hope you choose one of Midwest Eye Associates 4 convenient locations for your next eye exam.

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Innovations in Color Blindness

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Poolside Eye Safety

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The St. Louis Eye Doctors

Midwest Eye Associates has served the greater St. Louis and St. Charles area with the highest quality vision care since 1969. Our eye doctors strive to provide the most comprehensive eye examinations possible. We offer the newest product lines for frames, contact lenses and sunglasses to help maximize everyone’s visual potential. And using the latest technology we can manage nearly every eye condition including glaucoma, macular degeneration, keratoconus, dry eyes and allergies.

We now do genetic testing for Macular Degeneration using the Macular Risk process

A Focus on Technology


Each month we’ll focus on some of the advanced tools and equipment that we use at Midwest Eye Associates to provide our patients with the best and most advanced professional eye care

This month the focus is on The GDx Optic Nerve Fiber Analyzer which takes a detailed image of the optic nerve to assess the risk or advancement of glaucoma, which is a disease that slowly destroys the optic nerve.

Q&A with Dr. B.

Dr. Seth Bachelier Answers Your Eyecare Questions

Why is my glasses prescription not the same as my contact lens prescription?

In some cases the glasses and contact prescriptions will be the same. But, due to glasses resting 12 to 15 millimeters in front of your eyes and contacts actually on the ocular surface, light rays entering the eye do take different paths depending on the type of lens correction. For mild prescriptions they can be very close to the same. As the prescription gets larger though, the difference between glasses and contacts can be significant.

Astigmatism also plays a big role. When the front surface of the eye, the cornea, is not perfectly round, often times contacts don’t rest normally on the eye. Sometimes the lenses rotate on the eye and adjustments need to be made to the contact prescription, making the numbers different than glasses. Also, contacts are manufactured by the millions while glasses are “made to order” for each individual prescription. So, if your prescription does not fall exactly on a manufactured number, the doctor may have to make slight adjustments to your contacts. This is why doctors take special measurements for contacts that are not needed for glasses. It also explains how patients may end up with different prescriptions between contacts and glasses.

As the table shows, prescription strength can be different depending on how close to the eye the lenses are placed.

Midwest Eye Associates are proud to support Computer Vision Syndrome in all their St. Louis County locations.


Designer Frames

We have an extensive selection of eyewear including the latest styles in designer sunglasses and prescription eyeglasses. Choose a Frame

Our 4 St. Louis Eye Care Offices:

Midwest Eye Associates


1384 S 5th St
St. Charles, MO 63301

Midwest Eye Associates


1325 G. Queens Court
St. Peters, MO 63376

Midwest Eye Associates


13025 Olive
Creve Coeur, MO 63141

Midwest Eye Associates


1155 Wentzville Parkway Suite 119
Wentzville, MO 63385

imagesFrom our offices in St. Charles, St. Peters, Creve Coeur, and Wentzville, Midwest Eye Associates serves patients from Missouri’s, Greater St. Louis Area – schedule an appointment today. If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with our eye doctors.