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Welcome to Visionelle Eyecare Your Optometrist in Zionsville, IN.

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Welcome to Visionelle Eyecare in Zionsville. Dr. Nytarsha Thomas and the Visionelle team strive to provide the finest eye care service in a modern, spa-like environment. Please browse our website to learn more about what we can offer you and your family. Visit our services page for a complete list of our services and while here, we invite you to schedule an appointment for a comprehensive eye exam at our Zionsville office. If you're a current patient of ours, you can also click the patient portal button below to access your private portal to update your information or to schedule an appointment!

Visionelle Eyecare is a full service eye and vision care provider. Have an eye emergency? Don't fret! We take eye emergencies as well as scheduled comprehensive appointments. Patients throughout the Zionsville area trust Visionelle Eyecare because they know they will receive the personal attention and exceptional care that is our foundation. Dr. Thomas and our team are dedicated to keeping you comfortable and well-informed about each procedure and diagnosis. Additionally, at Visionelle Eyecare, we offer vision financing options and will work with vision insurance providers to strive for good eye health and vision care that will last a lifetime. We hope your family will become part of ours.

At Visionelle Eyecare, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at (317) 769-3937 or schedule an appointment online.

At Visionelle Eyecare, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment.Call us at (317) 769-3937 or schedule an appointment today online.

Nytarsha Thomas
Zionsville Optometrist | Visionelle Eyecare | (317) 769-3937
6618 Whitestown Pkwy
Zionsville, IN 46077

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Meet The Staff

  • Dr. Nytarsha Thomas

    A licensed optometrist, Dr. Thomas completed her undergraduate degree at Texas Southern University in Houston, TX, where she received a full scholarship to study Chemistry. After graduation, she was accepted into Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) in Philadelphia, PA, where she received her doctoral degree in Optometry (OD). Always striving for excellence, Dr. Thomas also received a second Bachelor of Science, this time in Vision Science from PCO.

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  • Lydia Wood

    Lydia joined us at Visionelle Eyecare as an Indiana transplant from Atlanta. She has quickly become indispensable to Visionelle, as she loves taking care of our patients. Because of her caring nature, she has started a non-profit organization, Freedom K9 Project, a service dog organization providing therapy for victims of sex trafficking and domestic violence.

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  • Savannah Zwicker

    Savannah is a native of Noblesville, Indiana where she resided before relocating to Zionsville and has lived here ever since! She recently graduated from Zionsville High School and is currently studying to become an optician. In her spare time she likes to spend time with her family, friends and take photos.

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  • Elenita Blackwell

    Elenita is an Indianapolis native and has over 7 years of optometric experience. She graduated from Indiana University with a major in Apparel Merchandising and minor in Business. She is a certified optician, a certified eyelash technician, and soon to be esthetician. In her free time, she loves spending time with her family and friends, traveling, shopping, and cooking.

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  • "Dr. Thomas is truly a gem. Optometry is her gift, and assuring her patients see and feel amazing is her passion and it shows. Her attention to detail and presence every step of the way for her patients is admirable. I was truly impressed."
    Mia B.
  • "I really liked the care provided at Visionelle. Dr. Thomas was very professional. The staff was very friendly. Overall, I had a great experience and would highly recommend Visionelle."
    Sabitha P.
  • "Loved Visionelle! Super friendly."
    Stephanie F.
  • "Really friendly staff. I highly recommend!"
    Chris P.
  • "As a professional pilot, I absolutely rely on my vision to do my job safely. Dr. Thomas has had my vision dialed in better than anyone else. She is extremely thorough and will work extra hard to be sure everything is just right. As a plus, Dr. Thomas has a fantastic personality that just makes visits enjoyable. I would recommend Dr. Thomas to anyone, without hesitation."
    James F.
  • "Dr. Thomas has a warm, caring, personality [and is] very knowledgeable and professional. And my vision is excellent with the prescription she provided."
    Darreen D.