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We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Call us at 724-547-5711 or click the link below to schedule an appointment today!

If this is outside business hours and it is an emergency please contact: (412) 610-0761

Welcome to H. Arnold Papernick OD
Your Optometrist in Mt Pleasant, PA.
We are celebrating 50 years of Eye Care Excellence!

Call us at 724-547-5711 today.

Dr. Papernick and our entire staff here at H. Arnold Papernick OD in Mt Pleasant, PA welcome you! Our Mt. Pleasant optometrist has been providing high-quality eye care in the area since 1969. We have accomplished this through a unique combination of old-fashioned personal attention with the latest technological advances in eye care. You will enjoy our comfortable, professional environment, as well as the exceptional personal care during each visit. Dr. Papernick  provides full-service vision and eye care including eye exams, condition management, pre- and post-operative care, emergency eye care, and more.

H. Arnold Papernick OD, Your Optometrist in Mt Pleasant, PA

One of the things people love about coming to H. Arnold Papernick OD is the unhurried atmosphere. During your appointment, Dr. Papernick will spend all the time necessary to give you the most thorough exam while explaining all the procedures and answering any questions you may have. Our goal is to ensure your eye care and vision care needs are completely satisfied!

Eye Exams in Mt. Pleasant

Your eyes provide an important window into the status your overall health, as well as your level of visual perception. This is why it is so important to schedule a regular eye exam.

Eye exams with Dr. Papernick are both comfortable and comprehensive. He will fully examine the health of your eyes and note any symptoms that may indicate other health complications. He also does complete vision tests that measure how well you are able to see under all types of light conditions. If we determine that you need glasses or contacts, our team will work directly with you to find the right frames to accentuate your face!

Eye Care Services

In addition to eye exams and vision testing, Dr. Papernick and our full team of optometry professionals can help you with the following conditions and provide the following services:

  • Glaucoma testing
  • Cataracts
  • Macular degeneration
  • Glasses & contact lenses
  • Eye emergency care
  • Lasik eye surgery (including extensive pre and post-operative care)
  • Ortho-K (corneal reshaping using special contact lenses while you sleep)
  • Vision Therapy (a form of physical therapy for the eyes to help improve function and communication between the eyes and brain)
  • Computer Vision Syndrome
  • Sports Vision Care

Schedule an Appointment with Our Mt. Pleasant Optometrist

We realize that everyone has a busy schedule these days, so you can schedule your appointment with our Mt. Pleasant optometrist online, or call just us at 724-547-5711. We will do our best to find a time that works for you.

We also understand that there are times when you have an eye emergency that needs immediate attention, even outside of office hours. If you have an eye emergency, call us right away at (412) 610-0761 for assistance.

As a highly-respected and skilled optometrist in Mt. Pleasant since 1969, we are able to provide financing options to fit your needs and work with a wide range of eye care insurance policies and providers.

Call us today at 724-547-5711. We look forward to working with you!

We are still open even though the building has a "For sale" sign

Dr. H. Arnold Papernick
Mt Pleasant Optometrist | H. Arnold Papernick OD | 724-547-5711
705 W Main St
Mt Pleasant, PA 15666

Testimonial

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "No optometrist I've ever been to has been as welcoming and thorough as Dr. Papernick and his staff. I've felt instantly at home there since Day One. It is easy to schedule an appointment and the staff is very professional upon arrival. I've always received thorough explanations of the procedures and decisions he is making. You will also find a wonderful selection of frames and accessories there. There is no one I'd rather trust my vision to than Dr. Papernick."
    - J.D.

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