Our Practice

 

We’ve built our reputation on hiring expert optometrists and caring staff to ensure you feel like family on your first visit and beyond.

Our Practice

 

We’ve built our reputation on hiring expert optometrists and caring staff to ensure you feel like family on your first visit and beyond.

About Dr. Sid Savitt

Dr. Savitt graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1976. He then opened his Wickliffe practice in July 1976. In addition to comprehensive eye health examinations, Dr. Savitt specializes in the fitting of contact lenses and the pre-operative and post-operative care for Lasik and cataract surgery. Dr. Savitt diagnoses and treats eye infections, eye allergies, and eye diseases including glaucoma.

Dr. Savitt served as past President of the Wickliffe Lions Club and Tanglewood Country Club. He served on the Board of the Wickliffe Chamber of Commerce and also the Lasik Vision Center of Cleveland.

In September 2017, Dr. Savitt was elected into the Wickliffe Community Hall of Fame. In 2017 he was awarded the North Coast Lions Club Helen Keller Spirit Award by the Lions and Community for his 43 years of service. For the past 6 years Dr. Savitt has been recognized as “Best of the Best” by The News-Herald in recognition of exceptional eye care.

Dr. Savitt is proud and excited to be working along side with his daughter, Lindsey, in the practice. In his free time, Dr. Savitt enjoys playing golf and tennis. He was the Lake Erie Doubles Champion in tennis for three years. He is also a past Club Champion in golf at Tanglewood Country Club. Dr. Savitt is also an avid Texas Hold’em player and has played in tournaments against many of the pros you have seen on TV.

About Dr. Amy Titus

Dr. Amy Titus graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2001 and joined Dr. Savitt’s practice in March of 2002. Dr. Titus specializes in contact lenses, pre-operative and post-operative care for Lasik and cataract surgery, and treatment of eye infections and diseases, including glaucoma.

Dr. Titus’ husband, Brian is a dentist in Chardon, Ohio. Together they have a daughter. Dr. Titus enjoys spending time outside with her family, exploring parks with her dogs and attending as many Ohio State football games as she can in the fall.

About Dr. Shawna Franey

Dr. Shawna Franey graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2008. Dr. Franey’s areas of interest are contact lenses, pediatrics, and comanagement care for cataract and LASIK surgeries.

Dr. Franey and her husband, Keith, have two daughters, Camryn and Keira. She enjoys running, reading, and baking when she finds free time.

Dr. Franey is also a proud alumna of The Ohio State University Marching Band and you can always find her cheering on the Buckeyes on Saturdays in the fall.

About Dr. Sid Savitt

Dr. Savitt graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1976. He then opened his Wickliffe practice in July 1976. In addition to comprehensive eye health examinations, Dr. Savitt specializes in the fitting of contact lenses and the pre-operative and post-operative care for Lasik and cataract surgery. Dr. Savitt diagnoses and treats eye infections, eye allergies, and eye diseases including glaucoma.

Dr. Savitt served as past President of the Wickliffe Lions Club and Tanglewood Country Club. He served on the Board of the Wickliffe Chamber of Commerce and also the Lasik Vision Center of Cleveland.

In September 2017, Dr. Savitt was elected into the Wickliffe Community Hall of Fame. In 2017 he was awarded the North Coast Lions Club Helen Keller Spirit Award by the Lions and Community for his 43 years of service. For the past 6 years Dr. Savitt has been recognized as “Best of the Best” by The News-Herald in recognition of exceptional eye care.

Dr. Savitt is proud and excited to be working along side with his daughter, Lindsey, in the practice. In his free time, Dr. Savitt enjoys playing golf and tennis. He was the Lake Erie Doubles Champion in tennis for three years. He is also a past Club Champion in golf at Tanglewood Country Club. Dr. Savitt is also an avid Texas Hold’em player and has played in tournaments against many of the pros you have seen on TV.

About Dr. Amy Titus

Dr. Amy Titus graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2001 and joined Dr. Savitt’s practice in March of 2002. Dr. Titus specializes in contact lenses, pre-operative and post-operative care for Lasik and cataract surgery, and treatment of eye infections and diseases, including glaucoma.

Dr. Titus’ husband, Brian is a dentist in Chardon, Ohio. Together they have a daughter. Dr. Titus enjoys spending time outside with her family, exploring parks with her dogs and attending as many Ohio State football games as she can in the fall.

About Dr. Shawna Franey

Dr. Shawna Franey graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2008. Dr. Franey’s areas of interest are contact lenses, pediatrics, and comanagement care for cataract and LASIK surgeries.

Dr. Franey and her husband, Keith, have two daughters, Camryn and Keira. She enjoys running, reading, and baking when she finds free time.

Dr. Franey is also a proud alumna of The Ohio State University Marching Band and you can always find her cheering on the Buckeyes on Saturdays in the fall.

State of the Art Equipment

Our practice is equipped with state of the art instruments to ensure proper care, diagnosis and treatment of eye issues.

Visual Field
Our visual Field instrument tests peripheral vision which can correlate to the location and diagnosis of tumors, strokes, aneurysms, plaquenil toxicity, and glaucoma.

OCT
This instrument tests retinal nerve fiber layers to aid in the diagnosis of glaucoma. It is also crucial in the diagnosis of mild, moderate, or advanced macular degeneration.

Auto Refraction
Our auto refraction test gives us approximately a 90-95% accuracy reading of your prescription objectively.

Pressure Test
This test measures ocular pressure to aid in the diagnosis of glaucoma.

OPTOS
Also known as the imaging test, an OPTOS gives the widest view of the retina to detect eye infections, eye diseases, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. It gives us baseline data for future reference on a healthy eye and allows us to follow retinal diseases such as diabetes.

​It also allows us to check for progression or hopefully, regression of retinal disorders.