Dr. Langlois grew up in Essex and now resides in Belle River with her husband. She attended University of Windsor where she earned her Bachelor of Movement Science in Kinesiology. She then went on to earn her Doctor of Optometry at Indiana University School of Optometry in Bloomington, Indiana. While at Indiana University, she was selected to be an associate instructor; teaching & demonstrating clinical techniques to underclassmen. She attended continuing education conferences affiliated with the American Academy of Optometry, where she engaged in lectures from some of the best doctors in the country. Dr. Langlois has extensive experience with ocular disease as she rotated throughout the United States and engaged in externships at: The Villages Veterans Affairs Clinic in The Villages, Florida; John D. Dingell VA Medical Center in Detroit, Michigan; Talley Eye Institute surgical referral center in Evansville, Indiana; and Indianapolis Eye Care Center in downtown Indianapolis. She has special interest in treating and managing ocular disease such as dry eye, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic & hypertensive retinopathy, cataract assessments & post-op surgical care.
She graduated in May 2021 and began working at Henry Ford OptimEyes in Troy, Michigan. It wasn’t too long until Dr. Langlois decided she wanted to give back to the community that helped raise her. She is proud to help patients of all ages at the Essex & Leamington locations.
When she isn’t working, she loves being outside and enjoying the nice weather with her husband and family by the pool or on the lake at her family cottage.