McAlear Eye Care

1690 Main Street
South Weymouth, MA 02190
(781) 331-4004
www.mcaleareyecare.com
Contact: McAlear, Thomas
Business Description: McAlear Eye Care is a premier eyecare and eyewear office, offering the highest level of personal service and attention to each and every patient. Dr. McAlear is a licensed Optometrist who provides comprehensive eye exams to provide you with the best possible visionevaluate and also identify potential eye diseases. Routine eye examinations are an essential part of preventative health care. Your eye is the gateway to overall heath, and many illnesses can show early signs in the eyes, which may affect your vision. Dr. McAlear is also an expert in the fitting of contact lenses. During a typical contact lens exam, Dr. McAlear will determine which contact best fits your eye and provide you with the most accurate vision. If trial lenses are available in the office, you may be able to go home with lenses the same day. The optical shop offers a wide variety of frames to choose from, which includes but not limited to, Gucci, Maui Jim Sunglasses, DKNY, Ray-Ban Sunglasses, Versace, Kate Spade, Calvin Klein, Nike, Flexon and many more! We also offer a wide selection of kids frames and have special pricing for our littlest patients!
In Business Since: 2005
Service Area: We serve Weymouth, Abington and the surround communities.
On Angie's List Since: 6/18/2011
Office Hours: Mon Closed, Tue 12.00 PM - 08.00 PM, Wed Closed, Thu 12.00 PM - 08.00 PM, Fri 10.00 AM - 04.00 PM, Sat 10.00 AM - 04.00 PM, Sun Closed, By Appointment
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: 20%
 
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