Front Street Optometric Care Changes it’s Name and Location

Front Street Optometric Care is Moving and Changing its Name Back!

East Carolina Optometric Care Staff

That’s right, after over a decade in our Front Street office, Dr. Tiffany Jackson and her team are moving to Whiteville. Starting on July 5th, 2022, we’ll serve our clients in our new permanent eye care center at 2322 James B White Hwy N, Whiteville, North Carolina (our new phone number is 910-914-6442).

Additionally, our name going forward will be East Carolina Optometric Care, which was our practice’s original name before moving to our Front Street location 11 years ago. While we have greatly appreciated the support and love from Front Street, we’ve also recognized that Whiteville is underserved in eye care. Many people have to wait months before they can visit an eye doctor.

Since Dr. Jackson has been seeing patients part-time in Whiteville for the last 18 years, we decided that now is a great time to make it our permanent residence and start a new chapter for our eye care center!

Schedule Your Appointment With Our Eye Doctor in Whiteville, NC

Whether you need an optometrist for a routine eye examination, to find the right pair of contact lenses or glasses, or for more advanced eye care services, you want to know that Dr. Tiffany Jackson has the right experience and expertise. With years of outstanding service in the community, our optometrist at East Carolina Optometric Care, Dr. Tiffany Jackson, has a reputation for excellence.

Call 910-914-6442 Now to Schedule Your Eye Exam!

6 Common Eye Conditions in Humans

Close-up image of a human eye.

Kind of a weird title … but hey, ya never know! Some people with pets might be searching for eye conditions in dogs or cats. Might as well be transparent so we don’t waste anyone’s time!

To many people, the eyes are everything. They let us experience the world and help us make our way through everyday life.

When something goes wrong with our eyes, it can be scary. It’s good to know some common eye conditions and be aware of the symptoms, so here they are! Continue reading “6 Common Eye Conditions in Humans”

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