Our Products

We feel it's important that you understand, when it comes to vision care products, they are not all created equally! Across the eye care industry there is a large variance in quality and craftsmanship. We take pride in using a wide-range of top quality materials and product support to provide you with the best possible eye care products. We meet regularly with manufacturer's representatives to make sure that we have the latest and greatest available. Our value is in knowing what's available and what best meets your needs.

When considering where to purchase your eyeglasses, contact lenses, and sunwear, remember to consider the following. . .

Total Eye Health

Optical SquareOur office is part of this community. We want you to have sharp vision and great comfort with your glasses and contact lenses. The health of your eyes is our major concern. That's why we stand behind our products and services with unique warranties, and a professional and well-educated team. Different prescriptions require certain frame styles and lens treatments for your glasses to perform and look great. Our trained opticians can guide you through this process. Our dispensary has hundreds of frames from which to choose, including a large selection of children's frames. We can help you find the perfect size, shape and color of frame that's right for all family members. When it comes to contact lenses we offer a full spectrum of the latest and best performing products. Even if you've been told before that you can't wear lenses, we may have a solution that's right for you.

Competitive Pricing

At Tillman Eye Center we offer competitive pricing, affordable eyewear packages, and multiple pair savings. Be sure to ask about our convenient contact lens direct shipping availability.

Convenience

Tillman Eye Center offers a wide selection of products in our office as well as through custom orders. We only use the highest quality materials and will courteously recommend eyewear and contact lenses that fit your lifestyle and fashion - all within your budget.

Contact Us

We look forward to hearing from you.

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30

5:30

Tuesday:

8:30

8:00

Wednesday:

8:00

11:30

Thursday:

8:30

6:30

Friday:

8:30

5:30

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Locations

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

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