Gwinnett Pediatric & Adult Eye Care Center| Suwanee, Georgia

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Gwinnett Pediatric & Adult Eye Center is proud to serve the Suwanee and the surrounding areas of northern Georgia and help your child, and you achieve and maintain clear vision for years to come. We are located at 1300 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Suite 1206,Suwanee Ga. 30024

Our optical department at Gwinnett Pediatric & Adult Eye Center offers patients luxury fashion eyewear with the most advanced lens technologies at competitive prices with world-class service.

An ophthalmologist (MD) has a medical degree and is licensed to practice medicine and perform eye surgery. An ophthalmologist is qualified to diagnose and treat all eye diseases.

An optometrist (OD) has a degree in optometry and is qualified to determine the need for glasses and contact lenses, prescribe optical correction, and screen for some eye conditions. An optometrist cannot perform eye surgery.

An optician is trained to fit and dispense eyeglasses or contact lenses based upon a prescription from a licensed ophthalmologist or optometrist.

Depending on your insurance, a referral may be required. Please contact your insurance company for more information.

According to Georgia state law, contact lens prescriptions are valid for one year, and glasses prescriptions are valid for two years.

We are happy to take the following insurance providers

  •  Aetna–Use Availity
  • Alliant HP
  • BCBS of GA
  • Cigna HCP
  • Wellcare Medicare
  • United Healthcare
  •  Medicare
  • Advantage
  • Envolve Vision
  • Avesis an
  • Guardian Commercial and Vision
  • Eyemed
  • Spectera
  • Medicaid

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