$25.00 Complete Eye Exam

Most glasses can be done same day,
s quick as one hour!

Welcome to Eyewear Unlimited
Your Optometrist in Columbus, GA

Call us at 706-324-2073 today.

Patrick F. Heath welcomes you to the internet home of Eye Wear Unlimited. This site is just one more way the Heath family looks forward to serving you.

At Eye Wear Unlimited, providing inexpensive and discounted eye weareyeglassesframes, and contact lenses for you is our passion. We know you want to look and see your best and we’re here to help you. Regular eye exams are an important part of maintaining your best possible vision and eye health, along with glaucoma and cataract screenings. Call or stop in for an appointment today. Our doctors are here to meet your vision care needs.

Locally owned and operated for over 30 years!

Eyewear Unlimited is an eye care center that provides discounted and inexpensive eyewear for the Columbus, Georgia area. Products include contact lenses, glasses, frames, and eye exams.

Complete Eye Exam $25.00


  • Screening for Glaucoma
  • Screening for Cataracts

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Starting at $69.00!

  • eye glasses frame
  • single vision (SV) lenses

Eye Wear Special $99.00


  • eye glasses frame
  • single vision (SV) lenses
  • scratch resistant coating
  • ultraviolet (UV) 400 protection
  • your color tint of choice


Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "My eye doctor experience is limited, but this shop was pretty amazing. Same day glasses definitely helped win me over. My last doctors office took almost 2 weeks to get my glasses in. The staff is very friendly too. 👍"
    Brandi D.
  • "Came in for the first time today and the staff was very friendly and helpful, the doctor was awesome and knew his stuff. Best thing was I saved a lot of money. Definitely recommend Eye Wear Unlimited. Definitely!"
    Joshua A.
  • "We always go here, We live in ky now but still go there when we come down to visit. Like this next time we come down I'm getting glasses from Eyewear unlimited. I love their family, They're amazing."
    Alyssa W.

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