Dr. Devon Nicole St. Louis grew up in Farmington Hills, MI.
She obtained her Bachelor of Science in biopsychology from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI and graduated with her Optometry Doctorate from the Michigan College of Optometry (MCO) at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI. While at MCO, Dr. St. Louis received many honors, including the Michigan Optometric Association Student of the Year and the American Optometric Association Leadership Award.
She is a member of the American and Michigan Optometric Associations, including the Contact Lens and Cornea Section, in addition to being a founding member of the MCO Alumni Association.
Dr. St. Louis is involved with many local charities, both in her community and with international service projects, such as providing optometric services for the annual Michigan Special Olympics. In addition, she has participated in a mission trip to Grenada with SVOSH to provide glasses and ocular healthcare to over 2,000 local residents in need. She completed internships with Henry Ford Hospital, Jackson State Prison, and multiple private practices. Dr. St. Louis was diagnosed with Lupus in 2000. This provides her with an extensive background in how autoimmune diseases and systemic conditions and their medications interact with both the body and the eye. As a medical-complex patient for most of her life, she offers a unique perspective on the care of all her patients.
In 2021 Dr. St. Louis was nominated to the Board of Directors for Little Heroes League, a nonprofit organization that serves infants with complex medical conditions and their families (www.littleheroesleague.org). She enjoys spending time with her husband Paul and son Alex either on their boat, on the ski slopes, or nerding out to Marvel and Star Wars movies.
Comprehensive eye examinations, including glasses, contact lenses, LASIK assessment, diabetic disease, glaucoma, macular degeneration, dry eye disease, allergies, and many others.
Contact lens fittings, including multifocal and monovision contacts for patients that need more assistance with their near vision, toric or astigmatism contact lenses, gas permeable contact lenses, and hybrid contact lenses.
Comprehensive dry eye evaluations: we utilize the latest in dry eye technology, including InflammaDry, TearLab, LipiScan, and LipiFlow treatments
Pediatric comprehensive examinations Myopic disease (near-sightedness) is increasing in astounding numbers all over the world. Myopia management includes a number of patient-centric techniques that have been proven to slow or even halt the progression of myopia, slowing the possible sight-threatening disease.