Meet Our Doctor
Antonio M. Turner Sr. O.D.
Dr. Antonio Turner was born and raised a Hoosier in Indianapolis, Indiana where he graduated from Emmerich Manual High School. He attended Indiana University where he received his under-graduate and graduate degrees. Dr. Turner graduated with an A.S. in Optometric Technology/Opticianry and a B.S. in General Studies with a Concentration in Math and Science. In the fall of 2003 Dr. Turner started the Doctor of Optometry program at Indiana University School of Optometry. During his time at IUSO, Dr. Turner held the role of Associate Instructor of the Geometric Optics course and also worked in the Optical Laboratory where he taught other opticians/technicians and Doctor of Optometry students the optical principles necessary to properly fabricate a pair of lenses. While pursuing his OD degree he took special interest in ocular disease. He completed his external rotations at Chicago Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, Dayton Ohio VA Medical Center, and Eye Surgeons of Indiana where ocular disease diagnosis, treatment, and management were heavily focused. In the spring of 2015 Dr. Turner established Acuity Eyecare and Eyewear in Downtown Indianapolis to offer exceptional patient care and to introduce all digital technologies (from exam lane to lenses). Dr. Turner knows that eye care is much more than a quick eye exam and buying a pair of glasses. Dr. Turner has been married to his high school sweetheart, Alicia since 2002 and they have three children (Tony, Adasia, and Amari). When not in the office serving the Indianapolis community, you can find Dr. Turner enjoying quality time with his wife and three children. Dr. Turner enjoys serving his patients and the community around him and is often involved with a host of community events. Dr. Turner understands that all patients have unique needs and is devoted to offering exceptional care that will cater to each individual patients understanding of their eye health and visual needs. Dr. Turner was voted Indy’s BEST Doctor by NUVO readers (2015 & 2016) and also received the Golden Laurel Award from the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper (2016).