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Welcome to Mills Eye Care
Your Optometrist in Mooresville, NC.

Call us at (704) 664-9121 today. 

Thorough, Reliant Eye Exams

Mills Eye Care thrives on providing excellent patient care in addition to the latest and greatest eye care techniques. While we believe the products we offer are a crucial element of our eye care business, we hold customer service and satisfaction at the forefront.

Here are just a few of the eye care services we provide:

  • Standard eye examinations
  • Comprehensive follow-up examinations
  • Fittings for glasses, contact lenses and prescription sunglasses
  • Optomap retinal examinations
  • Vision check-ups for children

As a little added bonus, we guarantee you will see the same eye doctor as your initial visit on each and every of your return visits. We do this to give you peace of mind that you have a confident, caring eye care professional who has a deep understanding of both you and your eye care needs.

Show-stealing NC Eyeglasses & Lenses

You can tell a lot about a person based on the type of eyeglasses or lenses they wear. What does your eyewear say about you? If you didn’t select the right lenses or frames, you could be sending out the wrong message.

Selecting the right lenses and eyeglasses isn’t just about appearances. The decision should also take into account overall eye health and comfort. Whether you work at a computer, need help reading, play outdoor sports or just can’t see road signs clearly…our eye doctors and professional dispensers can help you determine the best lenses and eyeglasses to fit your needs.

Examples of the types of lenses we offer, include:

  • Essilor
  • Shamir
  • Transitions

Innovative Contacts & Contact Lenses

Technology has come a long way since contacts and contact lenses were first invented. The availability of such was initially limited to a select few. However, they are now available to suit almost every fashion and vision need.

Disposable, frequent replacement, color-changing–we’ve got them all. Here are just some of the benefits you’ll experience in working with us for your contact needs:

  • Complete contact lens fitting services
  • Extremely competitive pricing
  • Single vision contact lenses
  • Bifocal contacts lenses
  • Colored contact lenses
  • Soft and Gas-permeable Toric lenses

We carry all leading brand contacts including Acuvue, FreshLook and Night & Day. Our eye doctors also specialize in hard-to-fit contacts.

Mooresville and Lake Norman Communities Optometrists
Mills Eye Care | (704) 664-9121

492 Williamson Rd
Mooresville, NC 28117

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Everyone is always friendly and responsive to questions. Our family has been going to them for years."
    Carla Belding
  • "Love my glasses! Thank you to the staff and doctors there for making my eye care experience outstanding!"
    Donna Brawley


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