At Summerville Pediatric Eyecare, we know that vision is more than 20/20. We offer comprehensive eye examinations to children ages 6 months to 17 years. We provide a wide variety of services, including glasses and contact lens fittings, non-surgical vision correction, binocular vision testing, and vision therapy. We focus on the health and development of the entire visual system and believe that good vision and academic performance go hand in hand. Our optical provides a large variety of eyeglasses for both children and adults, and most prescriptions can be made the same day.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Pediatrics
  • Vision Therapy
  • Orthokeratology

Serviced Areas

  • Summerville SC, Charleston SC

Payment Options

  • American Express, Debit Cards, Discover, Financing Available, MasterCard, Personal Checks, VISA, Care Credit

Contact Details

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  Person Kelli McCartney
  City Summerville , SC
  Zip Code 29483
  Address 133 E. 1st North Street
  Phone Number (843) 771-5100

Business Representative

Kelli McCartney

Optometrist

Dr. McCartney obtained a B.S. in Biology at West Virginia University Institute of Technology in 2006 and a B.S. in Optometric Science from Salus University in 2007. She was awarded her Doctorate in Optometry from Salus University in 2010 with advanced certification in Pediatrics and Binocular Vision. She currently resides in Summerville, SC with her husband and two boys. Dr. McCartney is passionate about early detection of vision problems and the effects of undiagnosed vision disorders on academic performance.

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Summerville Pediatric Eyecare is now accepting appointments for February 2019. Call or schedule online. www.summervillekids.com #summervillesc #ladsonsc #pediatricoptometry
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