We are located in Belmont, serving Gastonia, Mt. Holly, Charlotte, NC & South Carolina
At Complete Eye Care, our Belmont optometrists and eye exam team believe in providing our patients with thorough eye health care. At our eye exam center, you'll receive the latest in optometric technology and treatments, a comprehensive eye health examination, a clear explanation of your condition, and answers to your questions by leading optometrists. Our office in Belmont is just minutes away from Mt. Holly, Gastonia, and Charlotte, NC, as well as South Carolina. Through our site you can:
- Contact an eye doctor or eye exam staff member
- Meet our optometrists Dr. Barbara Marcussen, Dr. Harald Vaher, and Dr. Hilary Gesford
- Find a map and directions to our Belmont, North Carolina optometric practice
- Educate yourself at our Virtual Eye Library
- Complete the Patient Registration Form
- Complete the Child Patient Registration Form
- Visit the Just for Kids! area
- Learn about Care Credit financing
- Review our practice on Google
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Need an Optometrist in Belmont, NC ?
Our optometrist team in Belmont is conveniently located. Our practice also extends its eye care services to the nearby areas of: Lake Wylie, Clover, Tega Cay and South Carolina. Be sure to give us a call to schedule your appointment today. Our eye exam staff also services the nearby areas of Gastonia, Mt. Holly and Charlotte in North Carolina. If your vision or eye health requires immediate attention, please contact a Complete Eye Care optometrist at 704-825-9002. We're here to help meet your personal visual needs in the most effective way possible. We hope you enjoy our website, and look forward to seeing you at your next eye exam!
Q&A with Dr. Gesford
Dr. Gesford Answers Your Questions on Kids Eye Exams
Q: How can a vision problem affect my child’s school performance?
A: When a child does not see properly, they may have difficulty in consistently identifying letters or words, loss of place when doing homework or reading, poor handwriting, poor spelling, letter or number reversals, and lack of attention to or complete avoidance of near work. This could significantly affect their ability to learn to read and write and interfere with comprehension, leading to poor academic performance.
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