RevolutionEYES celebrates 10th anniversary with remodel


RevolutionEYES recently underwent a remodeling prior to its 10th anniversary celebration. (Submitted photo)

With its 10th anniversary approaching, Dr. Jeremy Ciano knew RevolutionEYES needed some sprucing up.

“It was time for a little bit of carpet and paint,” Ciano said. “We figured if we were going to do it, as we always do with our business model, we were going to go over the top and we were going to revolutionize everything we do.”

Ciano said they decided to put in a custom design center at the eye care practice, 14250 Clay Terrace Blvd., Suite 160, Carmel.

“To our knowledge, there is nothing like this that exists in the United States,” Ciano said. “It’s a place where people can build their own glasses. They can pick out woods or metals or plastic with a whole rainbow of colors with the shapes, whether they want squares, ovals or rectangles. That became the cornerstone for our renaissance of taking our practice to the next level of optometric excellence.”

The practice, which held a remodel open house Nov. 4, has a grand re-opening ribbon cutting at 2 p.m. Nov. 9. There will be a new frame line reveal Nov. 7 and trunk show for the exclusive lines RevolutionEYES carries from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 11.

“We wanted to have our 10-year anniversary with a splash, and we wanted to celebrate that,” said Ciano, who added much of his staff has been with him for years. “Our patients are part of our family. It’s not just about our practice. It’s about what we’ve done for the community.”

RevolutionEYES opened in Clay Terrace Nov. 19, 2007. The remodel has been in the works for nine months.

“We got the renovation done in two weeks,” said Ciano, who closed the practice for those two weeks in late September and early October.

Ciano said the practice carries international frames that aren’t available anywhere else in Indiana.

“Our calling card has always been our digitally processed high definition glasses,” Ciano said. “So when people walk out of here, whether they have a prescription from here or somewhere else, we’re going to put them in the state-of-the-art digital glasses.”

Joining Ciano in his practice are fellow optometrists, Dr. Katherine Schuetz and Dr. Hannah Downey.  Both also work in the Little Eyes, pediatric eye care practice, in Carmel. That office moved to a new spot at 1372 S. Range Line Rd. over the summer.

“That is a brand new state-of-the-art practice as well,” Ciano said.

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