The professionals at Saline Optometry are highly trained and personally committed to caring for your eyes. We continually update our training to bring every member of your family the best vision care and technology available.
Listening to You
Each member of our team shares a passion for providing the excellent service you deserve. We listen to your concerns and give you options to meet your specific needs.
Meet the doctors:
Dr. Brian C. Hayes graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry in 1999 earning both a Doctor of Optometry degree and a Bachelor of Science in Visual Science degree. Dr. Hayes also earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1994.
Dr. Hayes is an active member of the American Optometric Association and the Michigan Optometric Association. Dr. Hayes has also been active with the Metropolitan Detroit Optometric Society, serving as a board member for several years. He is also a volunteer for the Michigan Special Olympics Summer Games “Opening Eyes” program, providing vision screenings to the athletes.
Dr. Hayes and his wife are lifelong residents of Michigan. Dr. Hayes graduated from Utica High School in 1990. Dr. Hayes and his family currently live in the Ann Arbor area where they have been for the better part of 10 years. Dr. Hayes and his family are active in many local events, not the least of which revolves around the many sporting/social activities of his 3 children. You can also catch Dr. Hayes on many Fall Saturdays at University of Michigan football games.
Dr. Erica Johnson Carder brings with her years of experience seeing all ages and specializing in pediatrics, vision therapy, sports vision and post traumatic brain injury/concussion rehab. She is a comprehensive optometrist who sees routine and problem focused eye examinations, contact lens fittings, dry eye evaluations and urgent care. She received her Doctorate of Optometry and a Master in Vision Science with honors at the Ohio State University. Her Master’s degree focused on the visual assessment and treatment of children with Individual Education Programs (IEPs). Dr. Johnson Carder completed a residency in pediatrics and vision therapy at Southern California College of Optometry.
Dr. Erica primarily focuses on children and adults with strabismus, amblyopia, binocular vision dysfunction, accommodative dysfunction, traumatic brain injury/concussion and learning problems, along with the diagnosis and treatment of dry eye and computer vision syndrome.
Dr. Johnson Carder continues her active involvement with the local, state and national optometric association. She is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, and the College of Optometrist and Vision Development.She enjoys providing great comprehensive eye care and individualized attention to each member of the family. You can often find her spending time with her husband and two young children in the Ann Arbor and Saline community.