Our Optical Boutiques

We have well-stocked optical boutiques at each of our five locations. Our optical boutiques offer the most advanced technology in lens wear from distance vision to progressive no lines, as well as an extensive selection of designer and active sport eyewear. Contact lens services are also available. Running low? Reordering is simple! Just call 229-396-4701

Do These Glasses Look Good On Me?

You don’t have to wonder – our expert opticians are ready to help you find just the style to fit your face, personality and budget!

Onsite Lab for Lenses

With our in-house lab, we can do the cutting and edging on site which gives us great quality control and quicker turnaround times. Most single-vision lenses can be ready the same day. We offer extended optical protection plans. One of our opticians will be glad to provide you with further details.

We Understand!

Replacements and adjustments for nose pads are always at no cost if frames are purchased at any of our Eye Partners Optical Boutiques. BONUS: Need a second pair? We offer a discount for every second pair of glasses you buy.

Some of our Featured Designer Brands*

*Availability may vary by location, but we will gladly ship frames from one Boutique to another for patients.

Come visit our Valdosta, Tifton, Douglas and Madison, FL locations to find your next pair of designer eyewear!

Optical Solutions FAQ

Children should have their first eye exam between the ages of 6 and 12 months. The first exam usually tests for excessive or unequal amounts of nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, eye movement ability and overall eye health.

By age three, your child needs a thorough optometric examination to make sure his or her vision is developing properly and there is no evidence of eye disease. Unless advised otherwise, the child’s next examination should be at 5 years of age. During these preschool years, parents should be on alert for common eye problems such as “crossed” eyes or “lazy” eye.

School-age children should receive comprehensive eye exams yearly unless recommended otherwise. Vision problems identified during this time may need to be corrected with either eyeglasses or contact lenses.

Adults up to 40 years old should see an Optometrist every two years. If you are at risk for eye problems due to a family history of eye disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, past vision problems or if you are experiencing eye strain, you may need to schedule exams more frequently.

Adults age 60 and beyond, should schedule annual eye exams. A number of eye diseases that can permanently change your vision become present as the eye begins to age. Common vision disorders include age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment, cataracts, glaucoma, and dry eye. Other medical problems such as high blood pressure and diabetes as well as any prescription medications can also have an effect on your vision.

In instances of patients who experience low vision, South Georgia Eye Partners’ Low Vision Clinic works with each one to find which rehabilitation option works best with their lifestyle.

The Optical Boutique in all of our locations carry the latest in designer frames and sunglasses for children, teens and adults; each location also has opticians who provide expert fittings and selection advice!

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