Saturday and Evening Hours Now Available!

We have expanded our hours to 8PM on Tuesday and Saturdays from 9 AM to 1 PM.

Welcome to American Eye Care Optometric Centers The offices of Drs. William and Jessica Elmore 

Call us at 910-323-2100 to schedule an appointment!

Our Staff Members have over 50 years combined Military Service

American Eye Care Optometric Centers Optometric Centers are North Carolina family owned optometric eye care clinics with offices in Dunn and Fayetteville. We have been a presence in south eastern NC for nearly three decades. We are committed to providing comprehensive medical eye and vision care services to all of our patients...irrespective of their ability to pay. (For a complete list of services, visit our services page or call our Fayetteville office at 910-323-2100 or in Dunn at 910-892-3840.)

We are contact lens experts with over 30 years of experience. Ask us about corneal refractive therapy- CRT. Wear your contacts while you sleep and wake up to clear, comfortable vision without resorting to laser eye surgery. Bifocal or multifocal contacts just might free you from glasses nearly altogether. If you’ve been told you can’t wear contacts, visit us before giving up!

When you need expert advice on your family’s eye and vision care needs, American Eye Care Optometric Centers Optometric Centers, the offices of Drs. William and Jessica Elmore, stand ready to assist you. While walk-ins are welcome, you may call today for a convenient appointment, including evenings or Saturdays. You may also schedule a convenient appointment online! We look forward to seeing- and serving- you soon!

Our Approach to Optometry

We are service and relationship oriented with nearly three decades of service to our patients in south eastern North Carolina. We employ great people and use “state-of-the-art” diagnostic equipment and begin with the premise that the most important “thing” we do is to make certain your eyes are healthy. After all, glasses or contacts are of very little use to persons who cannot see.

If you need glasses, American Eye Care Optometric Centers provides our patients with fast and accurate optical services. Coupled with the exclusive American Eye Care Optometric Centers 5 Star EyeWear Guarantee, our considerable frame inventory is designed to satisfy your requirements for timely delivery, high fashion... and at a price you can afford. With our in-house, complete optical fabrication laboratory, we get your new glasses right from the start, and to you, just as quickly as you need them.

Our one-on-one approach to eye care makes American Eye Care Optometric Centers THE vision care providers of choice in southeastern NC. At American Eye Care Optometric Centers, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometric eye and vision care in a modern, well appointed and comfortable environment. Call us today for the eye care experience that you deserve. A friendly staff member will see that you are appointed with one of our excellent doctors by calling 910-323-2100 in Fayetteville, or in Dunn at 910-892-3840. For the computer savvy, you may also schedule an appointment today online.

Dr. William C. Elmore
Dr. Jessica C. Elmore

Practice of Optometry

American Eye Care Optometric Centers
910-323-2100
1657 Owen Drive Fayetteville, NC 28334

And in Dunn:
910-892-3840
1737 W. Cumberland, Dunn, NC 28334

American Eye Care Optometric Centers : Fayetteville
1657 Owen Drive
Fayettville NC 28304 (910) 323-2100
 
 
American Eye Care Optometric Centers : Dunn
1737 W. Cumberland St Dunn, NC 28334 (910) 892-3840

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