Franklin Vision Care is dedicated to the care of patients through the diagnosis, treatment, and management of refractive conditions, ocular disease, and health disorders. We utilize the latest technology in an effort to diagnose eye disease and implement treatment as early as possible. We also focus on patient education of ocular health and preventable eye disease. Services include:
In-office finishing lab available
Contact Lens Evaluations & Specialty Fitting
Contact lens evaluations and specialty fittings are available to all patients. All ideal candidates are offered contact lens correction as a viable option.
Soft Contact Lenses
Multi-Focal Soft Contact Lenses
Monovision Contact Lens Fitting
Rigid Gas Permeable
Scleral Contact Lens
Dry Eye Management/Ocular Surface Disease Management
Amniotic Membrane Placement and Removal
Punctal Plug Insertion
Therapeutic Treatment Options with Aesthetic Benefits
Diabetic Eye Exams
Technically, anyone who suffers from diabetes, whether it be Type 1 or Type 2, could be at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy. However, the condition is more likely in certain situations. These include if:
your blood sugar levels are uncontrolled or poorly controlled
you have a long history of diabetes
you have high blood pressure (hypertension)
you suffer from high cholesterol
you are pregnant
Minor Surgical Procedures
Incision and Curettage of Chalazion
Kenalog injections into Chalazion/Hordeolum
Removal of foreign body from ocular surface
Franklin Vision Care's Goals:
Establish a full-scope optometric practice that sets it apart from competing optometrists and corporate models by providing unique eyewear and ocular disease management with a personal touch.
Become the provider of choice for optometric care in Franklin, Tennessee, and an invaluable member of the surrounding community.
Become a trusted provider for ocular disease that is able to garner outside referrals from O.D.s and M.D.s.
Promote ocular and systemic health in the community and advance public awareness through outreach programs, seminars, and acts of public service.
Promote the profession of optometry through involvement in local, state, and national organizations.