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Welcome to All About Eyes
Your Optometrist in Phoenixville, PA

Call us at (610) 933-2177 today.


All About Eyes is an eyeglass store in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, that has an on-site eye doctor and features the finest in eye care and eyewear including designer frames, contact lenses, and comprehensive eye exams. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.


Experience You Can Trust
We offer our customers more than 20 years of experience. You can place your full confidence in our eye doctor, optician, and staff to provide you with quality eye care. When you come to us, you can feel comfortable that your eyesight is in the best hands. Additionally, our products and services are designed for every budget and taste.


Our Mission
Our mission is to provide the highest quality of care and patient satisfaction. Our goal is to deliver personalized, long-term eye care to all of our patients. This is the place to come for routine vision and medical eye examinations, the latest in glasses and contact lenses, 24-hour emergency eye care, and medical treatment for eye diseases.
Contact us today in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, to schedule an appointment for an eye exam. We also carry a wide selection of contact lenses, eyeglasses, and accessories.

Dr. Robert Susan
Phoenixville Optometrist | All About Eyes | (610) 933-2177
523 Kimberton Rd Suite 11C
Phoenixville, PA 19460

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