Our Eye Care Services
Dr. Thomas Weshefsky - Your Eye Doctor in Myrtle Beach
"Our office is dedicated to providing the highest quality optometric care at affordable fees."
Expert Eye Care in Myrtle Beach with Dr. Thomas Weshefsky
Your eyes are for life, as should be your eye care. We take the time to get to know your eye care history and health. Our holistic approach to eye care ensures that you get the best possible care, advice and options for your vision needs.
We offer the following eye care services:
- Eye Exams
Medical Eye Care Services
- Diabetic Eye Evaluation
- Dry Eye Treatment
- LASIK Consultation
- Cataract Consultation
- Red Eye Exam and Stye Treatment
- Foreign Body Removal
- Eye Allergy Treatment
- Glaucoma Screening
Our optometrist, Dr. Thomas Weshefsky, looks forward to making your next eye exam a pleasant experience. Carolina Forest Family Eyecare, an optometry clinic in Myrtle Beach, also provides eye care for the nearby areas of Conway, Socastee Grand Strand and Horry County (SC).
Whether you need a Grand Strand Optometrist, Horry County Optometrist, Conway Optometrist or a Socastee Optometrist,the eye care specialists at Carolina Forest Family Eyecare welcome you to our practice. We will provide quality care for all of your optometry needs.
Our satisfied patients tell their stories!
- Grand Strand Optometrist
Our eye care clinic provides eye exam and vision care services to Grand Strand residents.
- Horry County Optometrist
Whether you need an eye exam, a contact lens fitting or specialized eyecare, all Horry County residents are invited to visit our clinic - designed to meet your needs.
- Conway Optometrist
Looking for an Eye Doctor in Conway?
- Socastee Optometrist
Contact our Socastee eye doctor.
We can treat Keratoconus at our Myrtle Beach Location with gas permeable contact lenses or co-manage a Corneal Transplant if it should become necessary.
- Take the Macular Degeneration Test
Take the Macular Degeneration Test using the Amsler Grid allows you to conduct a self-test to detect any visual impairments that may be caused by Macular Degeneration.