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Welcome to Premier Eye Care Center, LLC
Your Optometrist in Bowie, MD

Call us at (301) 218-1862 today.

Your visit to an optometrist should not only be about eye glasses but about your general eye health. At Premier Eye Care Center in Bowie MD, Quality eyecare and personal attention are our focus.We are a family optometry practice that prides itself on the individual care and attention we provide all of our patients. Your entire family is welcome at Premier Eye Care Center LLC. Our services include: Adult and Pediatric eyecare, Eye Glasses and Contact Lens services.

Our goal is to serve our patients by helping them with their personal eye health and providing them with professional and state-of-the-art eyecare. We believe that healthy eyesight is vital to a high quality of life - both of which we are committed to!

We invite you to visit our beautiful frame dispensary and choose from the latest in fashionable eyewear. We carry both affordable and high-end frames such as : Gucci, Fendi, Coach, Ray bans, Michael Kors, Prada, Versace, Silhouette, Sean John, Kate Spade, Hugo Boss, Carrera, Armani Exchange, Emporior Armani, Guess, Prodesign Denmark, Ogi, Viva, Liz Claiborne, Juicy Couture, Marc by Marc Jacob and many more! We also carry different brands of contact lenses.

Please call us at 301- 218-1862 to schedule your eye exam today.

Dr. Christine Omoruyi
Bowie Optometrist | Premier Eye Care Center, LLC | (301) 218-1862
12164 Central Ave, Ste 220
Bowie, MD 20721

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