Conveniently Located In Nashville, TN

If you find yourself struggling to see street signs or read books, that’s a good indicator that you may have vision problems. You should visit your optometrist to start correcting your vision and make sure that you have glasses or contacts that can allow you to see clearly throughout the day. Visiting your optometrist on a regular basis can also make sure that your eyes are healthy and free of diseases like glaucoma.

An Optometrist Cares for Your Eyes

Instead of squinting throughout the day to see a screen during a meeting, there are ways to start seeing clearly so that you can focus on your work instead of straining your eyes to see what’s happening. Visiting an optometrist can help you determine if you need contacts or glasses to help you see without straining. They’ll also be able to adjust glasses to make sure that they properly fit on your face without sliding or slipping off.

It's also important to visit your optometrist so that you can get an eye exam to test for issues like glaucoma. With glaucoma, it needs to be detected and treated at an early stage, which is why you need to be visiting your optometrist regularly. They can also help manage and detect any eye conditions that could be related to other diseases like diabetes.

You’ll also be able to talk to your eye doctor about issues like dry eyes. You’ll be able to stop rubbing your eyes throughout the day and make sure that your eyes are healthy and functioning properly.

Visit Your Optometrist Today

Start treating all of your eye conditions and make sure that your eyes are feeling comfortable and healthy. Contact your eye doctors at Shofner Vision Center in Nashville, TN, at (615) 340-4733 to find out what an optometrist can do for you and how you can start seeing clearly again.

Appointment Request

Please fill out the form and someone will return you call by the next business day

Our Location

Find us on the map

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Shofner Vision Center


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-3:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-3:00 pm