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University Eye Associates: Your Optometrist In Charlotte, Rocky River, And Davidson

At University Eye Associates, we pride ourselves on providing professional, personalized vision care to our patients in the Charlotte, Rocky River, and Davidson areas. Our three locations offer convenient service, no matter your location. Whether you're in need of your annual vision checkup or have a more acute optometry care need, University Eye Associates is here to help

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Our Services

Eye and Vision Exams

Your eye health is very important to your daily life. Whether you wear glasses or contacts or just have concerns to your eyes overall health, at our optometry care, we provide a comprehensive eye health exam. We’ll check your vision to see if there are any signs of diseases, disorders, or if there is a need of a change in your prescription. Early detection and treatment of vision problems is key to keep you seeing well for a lifetime.

Glasses and Contact Lenses

No matter what your budget or style, we have eyeglass frames to fit your needs. We also offer a wide selection of contact lenses in our office

Contact Lens Exams

At your contact lens exam, we'll discuss how to care for your lenses and how to insert and remove your lenses to insure comfortable wear.

Pediatric Optometry

From the age of 6 months, it's important that children have regular vision exams. Our optometrist will check for a number of different conditions that can affect your child's vision, as well as provide prescriptions for corrective eyewear if necessary.

Sports Vision

If you're ready to step up your game on the field or the court, you should check out our sports vision treatment. As the official eye care provider for the UNCC 49ers and providers for the Davidson Wildcats, we know what athletes need when it comes to vision treatment.

Urgent Eye Care

If you have an eye emergency, we can help. Call our office, we have an optometrist standing by 24/7. Some examples of an emergency are foreign objects in your eye, pain or redness, and sport-related injuries to the eye. 

Laser Eye Surgery Co-management

While we do not provide laser eye surgery, we do work with TLC surgeons to provide pre- and post-surgical care. We'll work with your eye surgery team to make sure all of your laser eye care needs are met.

Call Our Optometrist in Charlotte, Rocky River, and Davidson

Call University Eye Associates at 704-547-1551 to schedule an appointment. We look forward to working with you to meet all your vision needs

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Love them. Excellent care and friendly staff!
    Will always refer them."
    Nicole D.
  • "Great friendly staff, convenient locations, been a
    patient for over 35 years... my children, grandchildren,
    all love the doctors and staff at
    University Eye Associates!"
    Diane S.
  • "Hassle-free visit and friendly service...
    what more can you ask for?""
    Scott B.
  • "Everyone in the office, from front desk to assistants
    to doctors to optical shop staff, are Lovely. They are
    knowledgeable and kind, not to mention
    patient with our kids. I am grateful for this resource."
    Joan A.
  • "Dr. Eyler has been our eye dr for over 20 yrs. Out-
    standing!! The office looks amazing! As always, the
    staff was helpful, friendly, and we feel
    like we're going to the BEST!!"
    Jesse P.
  • "You've always been great to me! You all have that per-
    sonal touch, which I love and appreciate. I don't feel
    like we are being herded like cattle through my
    appointment and barely being able to express my
    concerns. I will always come back there!"
    Marcella M.
  • "We have been going to University Eye
    for many years and LOVE it!
    Friendly, knowledgeable and helpful staff"
    Cheryl G.
  • "Highly recommend this practice. Everything is done
    professionally and timely and always courteously"
    Andre R.
  • "Words can not explain how NICE everyone in this office isIIII I come from a long line of family members, including myself who work in healthcare. They are wonderful, professional, caring and kid friendly, considering I had three of my four children being seen. I would recommend them hands down."
    Stephanie D.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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