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As independent Doctors of Optometry located next to Lenscrafters, we work together with our patients to give you the best eye care and the best eye wear efficiently and with a smile. For eye exams at any of our six locations throughout North Carolina, click on the appointment button above.

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We are proud to sponsor OneSight. OneSight has helped more than six million people see more clearly by providing free eye exams and glasses. It’s easy to get involved in OneSight.

Easily make donations at our locations or donate directly here. http://onesight.org/donate
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Need an Eye Doctor in North Carolina? Then The Eye Center has you covered!

The Eye Center is committed to providing comprehensive, gentle, quality eye care services in a comfortable, family-oriented environment. We emphasize personal care that provides treatment for visual problems as well as recognizing what our patients’ eyes tell us about their overall health.

logo-lenscraftersOur Optometrists; Dr. Naheed Kassam, Dr. Mojgan Besharat, Dr. Glenn Middleton, Dr. Geeta Chowdhary, Dr. Thomas Walent, Dr. Kevin Ritter, Dr. Shirin Esmail, Dr. Jigna Patel, Dr. Rena Pate, and Dr. Mark Salopek are committed to providing excellent service for you and your family. We are located beside Lenscrafters in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Fayetteville, Wilmington and Burlington, N.C..

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Using Clarifye and Optos Retinal Imaging, The optometrists at The Eye Center can diagnose Glaucoma, Cataracts and Macular Degeneration and identify various systemic disorders like diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol.

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