Eye examinations , contact lenses , eyewear and ....experience ....waiting here at our friendly office.
Children, Adults, routine vision exams, medical eye exams, and emergency visits for eye infections and "pink eye"
Fittings, replacements, contact lenses to correct astigmatism, multifocal contact lenses, specialty, and custom contact lenses. You will have many options.
An amazing selection of eyewear from leading designers to help you look your best, and see your best.
Located on Newport Ave (Rte 1A) in South Attleboro; we are a minute from Route 95 and Pawtucket. We have easy parking and flexible hours.
It's what we do best. We will take good care of you!
Over 30 years of providing eye health, vision correction, and contact lens services.
You deserve to have the confidence that comes with seeing well, and knowing that your eyes are well!
How you look at the world starts with your eyes and your vision.
Your eyes help you in almost everything you do. When they are working well they perform like an acrobatic tightrope team, always balancing precisely.
When your eyes are not working well you may experience symptoms such as:
- blurry vision
In these cases it is is easy to tell something is not "quite right", and you should call us immediately for an appointment!
But what if you have an eye problem with no symptoms?
This includes eye problems such as:
- Macular Degeneration
- and many others
Routine eye examinations will help to prevent "hidden" eye problems from being "hidden".
Call us. We are Doctors of Optometry!
Doctors of Optometry (O.D.s/optometrists) are the independent primary health care professionals for the eye. Optometrists examine, diagnose, treat, and manage diseases, injuries, and disorders of the visual system, the eye, and associated structures as well as identify related systemic conditions affecting the eye.
Optometrists prescribe medications, low vision rehabilitation, vision therapy, spectacle lenses, contact lenses, and perform certain surgical procedures.
Optometrists counsel their patients regarding surgical and non-surgical options that meet their visual needs related to their occupations, avocations, and lifestyle.
An optometrist has completed pre-professional undergraduate education in a college or university and four years of professional education at a college of optometry, leading to the doctor of optometry (O.D.) degree. Some optometrists complete an optional residency in a specific area of practice.
We have the expertise and skills to diagnose and treat eye problems that are obvious, and not so obvious.
We have the tools to diagnose your specific vision problems. We take the time to educate you about your eyes, and we can help you prioritize your needs and the best options to get you and your vision working together.
So whether it is a "hidden" problem, a "something isn't quite right" vision problem, a small "pebble in your shoe" eye problem, or a larger "iceberg dead-ahead" vision problem, your first move should be be to give us a call!.