Welcome to Indigo Vision Center

Good vision is vital for every aspect of your life. Our eye doctor is your partner in helping you to see clearly for your daily activities and maintaining your eye health as the years pass. At Indigo Vision Center in Georgetown, SC, we offer a broad range of services to maximize your ability to enjoy good vision throughout life. We invite you to browse our website to learn about the many services we offer.

Vision Care Needs May Change Throughout Life

Children need good vision care to make the most of their academic opportunities, recreational activities, and social interaction, adults also need clear vision to for a wide variety of daily tasks. In addition, individuals may have special needs if they spend long hours at the computer or develop dry eye problems. As the years pass, individuals must be aware of eye diseases of aging, such as cataracts, macular degeneration, and glaucoma, conditions which need special monitoring and care. Some medical conditions and medications can also affect eye health and require regular checkups performed by a qualified eye professional. We can ensure that any vision problems you may experience are appropriately managed so you can enjoy clear vision for your daily tasks.

A Reputation for Professionalism and Patient Care

From an eye exam to medical eye care when you have conjunctivitis or a foreign body in your eye, we can help. With an experienced staff and a commitment to excellence in patient care, we provide many eyecare services. We believe in individualized care to handle your unique vision needs. Our state-of-the-art equipment and intensive training allow us provide superior care for all your vision needs.

Caring for Your Eyes Is a Lifelong Commitment

Our dedicated optometrists can also provide comprehensive information on maintaining your eye health. We can help when you develop an eye infection or have an eye injury. We help our patients with a variety of vision care solutions.

Make Indigo Vision Center Your Choice for Optometry Care

Our optometrists and staff at Indigo Vision Center are committed to providing responsive eye care for all our patients in the Georgetown, SC, area. We offer many optometry services for our patients, including comprehensive eye exams, a range of eyeglass frames, contact lens fitting, vision therapy, computer vision care, pre- and post-LASIK surgery care, and management of eye diseases. Contact Indigo Vision Center today at (843) 546-2244 for an appointment to have your eyes examined and to learn about proper vision care to protect your eyes throughout life.



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  • Dr.
    Owen Johnson

    Dr. Owen Johnson is a local to the Georgetown community where he has been serving his patients for the past 14 years at Indigo Vision Center. He is the son of Larry and Faye Johnson and the grandson of Doris Johnson and the late Winford Johnson, Manuel Cannon and Sarah Cannon.

    Dr. Johnson is a 1998 graduate from the University of Georgia. He continued his education at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. He graduated with honors in Doctorate studies, specializing in diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts.

    Dr. Johnson owns Indigo Vision Center.  He is married to Mrs. Jennifer Johnson and they have 3 children, Cannon, Wyatt and Reese. He and his family are members of Duncan United Methodist church. He is involved in American Optometric Association, South Carolina Optometric Physician association, Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and works with the Lions club and Smith Medical clinic.

    Dr. Johnson takes pride in providing quality eye care and looks forward to handling all of you and your family’s eye care needs.

  • Dr.
    Michelle Nagro

    Dr. Michelle Nagro is also a local to the Georgetown community.  She is the daughter of Ricky and Julie West, the owners of West Christmas Tree Farm in Yauhannah, S.C.  

    Dr. Nagro is a 2012 graduate of Georgetown High School.  She is also a 2016 magna cum laude graduate from Coastal Carolina University with her Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Chemistry.  She continued her education at Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, T.N., and was the 2021 recipient of The Outstanding Clinician Award from The Eye Center at Southern College of Optometry.  She graduated with cum laude honors and is a member of Beta Sigma Kappa, the International Optometric Honors Society.  Dr. Nagro is currently a member of the South Carolina Optometric Physician Association and is a certified Infant See Provider.

    Dr. Nagro is married to Mr. Dorian Nagro and they have four cats: Pinstripe, Iris, Echo and Lenny.  Her father, Ricky West, is the Pastor of Messiah Baptist Church in Maryville, where her and her family are members and are actively involved within the church.  Dr. Nagro is excited to serve the community here in Georgetown.


Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Very intelligent staff, patient friendly, Dr. Johnson is awesome, Brandi the Tech is great, if you have a question they answer it, very pleased w/ their service."
    Chris A.
  • "Dr Johnson is wonderful and the staff is friendly and knowledgeable!"
    PepperLee R.
  • "We loved it. Everyone there was very friendly and helpful."
    Teresa H.

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