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Illuminate Eye Care

High-quality eye care is our utmost priority. By thoroughly examining every patient, listening to their needs, and letting them choose the best course of action for their lifestyle, we ensure comfortable, accurate assessments and treatments for the whole family.

About Us

About Us

Illuminate Eye Care offers comprehensive optometry services in the greater Indianapolis, Indiana area including the following locations:

  • Avon

  • Brownsburg

  • Plainfield

  • Danville

  • Indianapolis

  • Greenwood

  • Zionsville

  • Whitestown


Our highly skilled eye care professionals offer the highest quality service, supported by top-of-the-line technology like Optos Daytona, Envision by InMode, and OCT. We accept walk-ins, provide dry eye treatment, and perform eyeglasses exams, contact lens exams, emergency eye exams, medical eye exams, diabetic eye exams, and more.

Our Dentists

Our Team

Dr. Vibhuti Jani

Dr. Vibhuti Jani

Dr. Vibhuti Jani received her doctorate from the IU School of Optometry and now practices in Avon, Indiana, where she’s lived for over 10 years. In addition to her comprehensive optometry knowledge, she specializes in diagnosing and treating dry eyes and is an expert on soft contact lens viability and prescription. Her passion for health and wellness continuously pushes her to understand better other health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, etc. When she’s not busy helping patients with their eye care needs, she likes to cook, read, and travel with her husband and their two children.

Elvia Sandoval

Elvia is the primary technician at Illuminate Eye Care. She assists Dr. Vibhuti Jani with the eye exam process, maintains the equipment, and is English/Spanish bilingual, allowing us to provide care to as many patients as possible. In her free time, Elvia enjoys photography, yoga, and salsa dancing.

Our Services

Our Services

Comprehensive Eye Exams

We recommend comprehensive eye exams for all adults. Our high-tech eye exam equipment can detect glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, or macular degeneration early enough for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Every adult should have their eyes examined every 2 years at a minimum. Individuals with a family history of eye disease should have them more frequently: usually once or twice a year.

Contact Lens Exams

We perform contact lens examinations. We’ll evaluate contact lens fit, your prescription, and how comfortably they sit on your eyes. We also offer cosmetic color contacts if you want to add a new look to your natural eye color. Whether you’re a new or returning contacts wearer, we’ll help you determine the viability of soft contact lenses, including type, modality, and brand.

Primary Care

Whether you schedule them once or twice a year, regular eye exams are necessary to maintain good eye health and detect common eye diseases and ailments early. Schedule your next exam today to maintain healthy eyes and keep your prescription current.

Eye Emergencies

Contact our office immediately for an emergency visit if you experience an eye injury or a sudden vision change. Examples:

  • Pink Eye

  • Red Eye

  • Eye Infection

  • Experiencing Flashes of Light

  • Foreign Body Removal

  • Eye Trauma

  • Retinal Tears, Holes, or Detachments

  • Etc.

Dry Eye Treatments

Are you experiencing visual impairment and discomfort due to dry eyes? We specialize in diagnosing and treating chronic dry eyes by utilizing state of the art technology as part of the process! Give us a call, and we’ll schedule your dry eye consultation to get you personalized treatment as soon as possible.

Hablamos Español

Our technician, Elvia, is fluent in English and Spanish and will happily assist Spanish-speaking patients.

Eye Disease Evaluations

Illuminate Eye Care has the experience and technology to detect, diagnose, and offer treatment plans for various eye diseases.

  • Cataracts

    • The eye disease leader for people over 40 years old, Cataracts occur when your eye’s lens (behind the pupil) becomes clouded. Symptoms may only appear once cataracts are well-developed, so regular eye exams with your optometrist are the quickest way to identify early indicators.

  • Glaucoma

    • Another common eye disease for people over 40, Glaucoma is caused by pressure inside the eye causing damage to the optic nerve.

  • Diabetic Retinopathy (Diabetic Eye Disease)

    • A retinal disease caused by diabetes. Early stages of the disease involve weakened blood vessels in each eye, causing blurry vision and potentially legal blindness.

  • Macular Degeneration

    • Macular Degeneration involves the loss of central vision due to damaged retinas. The disease comes in two forms: atrophic (dry) and exudative (wet). Detection and treatment options for either version vary from person to person.


In addition to eye disease, we diagnose and manage many other conditions, such as:

  • Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)

  • Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

  • High Myopia (Near-Sightedness)

  • Eye Infections

  • Eye Trauma

  • Eye Allergies

  • Headaches

  • Retinal Tears, Holes, or Detachments

  • Vitreous Detachment (Floaters)

  • Double vision


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  • Birthmarks

  • Acne

  • Fine Wrinkles

  • Liver Spots

  • Stretch Marks

  • Freckles

  • Scars

  • Redness from rosacea

  • and more!


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Asked Questions

  • What types of insurance do you take?
    We accept Cigna, VBA, Community Eye Care (CEC), Spectera, Anthem, Tricare, EyeMed, Davis, and many more! If your insurance isn’t listed, call us, and we’ll let you know if we accept it.
  • How do I use my insurance?
    Just give us a call, and we’ll assist you!
  • I’m not sure what vision insurance I have. What should I do?
    If you give our office a call, one of our staff members can help identify and give you further detail regarding your benefits. Usually, it is possible to figure this out over the phone. If you want to double-check, ask your HR department or call the phone number on the back of your medical insurance card.
  • I think I have pink eye. Should I call my optometrist or my primary care physician?
    If you think you have an eye-related condition, contact your optometrist first. Eye specialists are usually better equipped to diagnose and treat them.
  • Do I need to do anything to prepare for my eye exam?
    Yes. Please bring your current glasses or contact lenses and your insurance card.
  • Do you have any Spanish speakers onsite?
    Yes! Our technician, Elvia, is English/Spanish bilingual.
  • If I have more questions, where can I ask them?
    Feel free to call our office! We’re happy to answer any questions you might have.

Contact Us

Our Address

9774 E. US Highway 26, Suite C
Avon IN 46123

(463) 202-7743

(463) 202-7828

Opening Hours

Mon: 9:00 - 5:00

Tue: 9:00 - 5:00

Wed: Closed

Thu: 9:00 - 5:00

Fri: 9:00 - 5:00

Sat: 9:00 - 3:00

Sun: Closed


Located inside the Eyemart Express in Gable Crossing, in front of At Home
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