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Your Home for Optometry Care

Vision is a crucial part of health care. You want the best for you and your family, but how do you choose the right optometrist from among so many options? High standards are a good thing when it comes to your family’s health. We believe in high standards as well at Stanislaus Optometric Center in the city of Modesto, CA.

Here you will get a seamless package of highly qualified professionals and complete vision care which always provides state of the art exams followed up with trustworthy management of any vision problems or disease. In addition to this, we also provide LASIK assessments as well as a large variety of eye glasses and contact lenses for you to choose from.

You can depend on Dr. Edward F. Nuccio and his staff at Stanislaus Optometric Center to provide the eye care you are looking for. The reason our center is different is because you, the patient, are the center of everything we do. When you first walk in the door, greeted by our friendly staff, you’ll know you are in a special place. We strive to give each patient a very personalized, unhurried experience during their appointment to ensure that all of your concerns are addressed.

This level of personalized care is why patients in Modesto, CA, have come to depend on us for their optometry needs for over 20 years.

Eye Care Services

Keeping your eyes healthy is the primary goal of a great optometrist. We achieve this goal by providing the following services in addition to traditional eye care:

  • Dry eye treatment as well as tearing eye treatment
  • Eye infection treatment
  • Eye allergies treatment for all ages
  • Treatment for foreign bodies in the eye
  • Eye injury treatment

Choosing Frames

We know that choosing frames for your glasses is an important part of your eye care plan. Your frames are an expression of your personality and style. That is why our in house optical boutique offers a great selection of frames and lenses for both adults and children. Our goal is to make sure you can find a pair that meets your personal style, comfort, and price range.

 Style matters, which is why we have over 600 different designer frames in stock. Our inventory includes Chrome Hearts, Maui Jim, Marc Jacobs, Juicy Couture, Oakley, Ray Ban, and others.

Your glasses selection doesn’t end with great frames, though. We also provide the latest in lens technology to make sure you have the best vision experience possible. You can depend on our staff to help you pick out the best pair of glasses for you and your family.

At Stanislaus Optometric Center we are here to provide you and your family with the best optometry care in the city of Modesto, CA. Call today to schedule an appointment.

 

 

 

Meet The Doctor

  • Edward F. Nuccio
    OD
    “I became interested in the field of medicine, specifically optometry, when I was a senior in high school. It was then that I went to the eye doctor and got my first pair of glasses. I was amazed at how much they improved my vision and my overall quality of life. This experience, along with my lifelong desire to help people, led me to pursue a career as an optometrist. After completing my undergraduate studies, I went on to earn my Doctor of Optometry degree at the University of California School of Optometry in Berkeley.

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Stanislaus Optometric Center, Inc

Monday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

One Saturday a month.

Sunday:

Closed