Whether you need a comprehensive eye exam or are experiencing a potentially serious vision issue, our locator makes it easy to find a local eye doctor.
Use the geolocation icon to find an eye doctor near you in Chicago, Dallas, Boston, Atlanta or wherever you live.
To find an eye doctor in another location, for example if you live in Chicago Heights and work in the Loop, just type in the address of that location to find an eye doctor nearby.
Our locator highlights eye doctors, both optometrists and ophthalmologists, and many types of eye care specialists, including children’s vision and cataract specialists.
These eye doctors are not only specialists in eye exams, vision surgery and treatment of certain eye conditions, but because they live in your city they are familiar with vision issues common where you live, such as dry eyes or red eyes caused by allergies.
To find the right eye doctor for your needs, use our locator’s drop-down options.
For example, select the type of service you’re seeking, such as eye exam, contact lens exam, or the type of vision specialist (dry eye, pediatric vision, glaucoma or sports vision, for example).
Additionally, you can narrow your search by vision insurance coverage to see a list of eye doctors near you who accept Medicaid, VSP or EyeMed.
Big cities are melting pots of people from all over the world. If English isn’t your primary language, our locator makes it easy to filter eye doctors who speak a range of languages, including Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Hindi or Tamil.
Looking for the best eye doctors or the best optometrist near you in Miami, Charlotte, Houston, Philadelphia or whichever city you call home?
Our locator has you covered as you can see customer reviews of eye doctors near your home or office.
Check the number of stars, read the reviews and book an appointment with the best optometrist near you.
Eye injuries, such as a detached retina, or a sudden vision loss warrant immediate attention by an eye doctor. Don’t wait. Some conditions, such as eye shingles, can lead to blindness.
If you’re not in urgent need of an eye doctor, you certainly know that seeing clearly is important on the job and away from the office. When reading texts on your smartphone or menus at a restaurant, you need good vision.
A comprehensive eye exam from an eye doctor is the best way to ensure you can see the chalkboard in school and road signs when driving at night.
Routine eye exams, every year or every other year depending on your age, are the best way to ensure you see clearly.
Our locator makes it easy to find an eye doctor and schedule an appointment. Just select your eye doctor from our list (don’t forget to check the reviews) and choose the type of service you need or the vision specialist you are seeking.
Select an eye doctor who accepts your vision insurance to save on the cost of your eye exam and your eyeglasses or contact lenses.
Some eye doctors on our locator let you book an appointment from your phone or home computer day or night. For others, you can use our click-to-call feature to schedule an appointment.
Following your exam, if you need vision correction, you will receive a prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses or a referral to a specialist.
With your eyeglasses prescription or contact lens prescription, you can purchase your eyewear through your eye doctor or return to our locator to find an eyeglass store near you or an online store where you can purchase contact lenses.
And remember to visit your eye doctor again in a year or two – at least. If you experience blurry vision, eye pain or sudden vision loss, don’t wait. See an eye doctor near you now.