Protect and Preserve Your Vision at Eye Care Center-Ballantyne in Charlotte


Eye health is just as important as any other aspect of your healthcare. Regular eye exams from Eye Care Center-Ballantyne in Charlotte can be instrumental in preserving your vision. Through eye exams, your Charlotte eye doctors can detect signs of eye problems and diseases in their early stages. This enables you to receive immediate treatment to protect your sight. If good vision is important to you, come to Eye Care Center-Ballantyne for quality optometry care.

Who We Are

At Eye Care Center-Ballantyne, you’ll be treated by Dr. Robert Askary & Dr. David Blanton, two highly-respected optometrists in the local community. Dr. Askary& Dr. Blanton along with the rest of our team are committed to meeting the eye care needs of residents in Charlotte and surrounding communities. We run a full-service eye care facility that offers all the optometry services you need under one roof. This can save you time and money in fulfilling your visual needs. Your eye doctors of Charlotte will provide you with prompt, effective services, quality products and personalized care with every visit. We also offer financing options for vision treatments and products to put quality vision well within your reach.

What We Do

As a full-service eye care provider in the Charlotte area, we offer such services as:

  • Comprehensive eye exams
  • Testing for eye diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma
  • Prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses
  • Eyeglass and contact lens fittings
  • Pre- and post-op care for LASIK and other types of eye surgeries

At Eye Care Center-Ballantyne, you’ll be tested by qualified optometrists with years of experience in their field. This ensures your eye exams are accurate in evaluating your eye health and visual acuity. If you show signs of vision refractions, we’ll make sure you receive a precise eyeglass prescription to provide you with optimal vision.

If you prefer contact lenses, we’ll give you a separate contact lens exam to get an accurate reading for contact lenses. This exam will also determine if you’re a good candidate for contacts and what type of contact lens would be best suited for you.

We offer a wide range of quality prescription eyewear and contact lenses to suit your personal taste, budget and lifestyle, making it easy to find just what you need.

LASIK surgery offers an alternative to eyeglasses and contacts in correcting refractive errors. If you’re interested in this procedure, we offer pre- and post-op testing and care for LASIK to help you fully benefit from this treatment.

See Your Charlotte Optometrist for All Your Eye Care Needs

For quality eye care services for your entire family, contact Eye Care Center-Ballantyne in Charlotte at 704-541-5500.


Dr Robert Askary & Dr. David Blanton
Charlotte Optometrist | Eye Care Center- Ballantyne | (704)-541-5500
16131 Lancaster Hwy Ste 170
Charlotte, NC 28277

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Charlotte Office

Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed