What we offer

Eye Care and Optometry Services

At Family Eye Care Center, we utilize the latest in technology in order to provide the best eye care to patients. We offer a variety of services to help our patients reach their optimal eye health. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing our patients leave our office with improved and restored vision.

Services we offer include, but are not limited to:


Full-scope family focused optometry


Comprehensive eye examinations


Diagnosis and treatment of ocular conditions


Contact lens fitting, instruction, and ongoing care/management


Ocular disease assessment and management

Glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, hypertensive retinopathy, macular degeneration, etc.

Urgent and emergency ocular diagnosis and treatment

Eye injuries, eye infections, sudden loss or change of vision, sudden onset floaters or flashes of light in vision.

Dry eye center

Supplements, eye drops, dry eye management, accessories.

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Contact Lenses

We offer contact lenses to fit any lifestyle. These include soft, rigid (hard), multifocal, and color enhancing.

Our doctors will work with you to determine which contact lenses best fit your individual needs. Fittings include a trial period and instruction for those new to contact lens wear.

Wide Selection


We carry a large selection of eyeglass frames. Each pair of eyewear is chosen based on individual preferences and needs. Your glasses prescription can be filled with a variety of lens options including blue light filtering and digital lenses, anti-reflective lenses, Transitions lenses and more.

How to Pay


We accept most major medical insurances, as well as vision plans. Please contact our office with any questions you have regarding your insurance or to inquire as to whether we are providers for your specific plan.

For patients who don’t have insurance, we also accept other forms of payment including most major credit cards and Care Credit healthcare financing.


The Optomap produces a retinal view that is unique and provides the doctors with a high-resolution 200° image in order to better ascertain the health of your eye. This is much wider than a traditional 45° view, and provides a permanent record for your file which allows the doctors to view your images each year to monitor for changes.

Retinal picture from Optomap technology showing retinal detachment of diabetes. isolated on black background