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Advanced Eye Care for Your Entire Family

Dedicated Eye Doctors in Myrtle Beach -
Carolina Forest Family Eyecare

Our optometrists are dedicated to providing the highest level of advanced eye care to all our patients as if they were our very own family. At Carolina Forest Family Eyecare, we offer a wide range of services and perform eye exams, emergency care, vision therapy and manage a variety of ocular diseases.

We believe that educating our patients is a key factor in keeping their eyes healthy. Our expert staff takes the time to discuss and answer any questions you might have and supply you with the most up-to-date information to help you maintain excellent eye health.

Call today to book an appointment with Dr. Thomas Weshefsky and receive quality eye exams and advanced eye care for your entire family.

What Makes Carolina Forest Family Eyecare Unique?

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Quality Eyewear in Myrtle Beach


Making a decision about your eyewear goes beyond good vision and makes a statement about who you are. Your decision affects how you see and also how you want to be seen by others. But with so many different styles to choose from, getting the right look for your face and your lifestyle can be overwhelming.

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Dry Eye Treatment


Have you tried eye drops for dry eyes, but they still feel scratchy and irritated? Our optometrist in Myrtle Beach can treat dry eye syndrome, from mild to severe. Whether it’s an occasional irritant or a debilitating daily problem, we can help restore your ocular comfort.

Our Doctors


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Dry Eye Treatment In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

What Is Dry Eye Syndrome? (DES)


Our eyes need tears to nourish, sustain and lubricate our eyes. DES, which is usually caused by insufficient tears or poor quality tears, leaves our eyes parched. This results in a variety of unpleasant symptoms, such as itchy, red, and sore eyes.

Many people suffer from this chronic syndrome without realizing that it can permanently harm their eyes. Because this is a progressive condition, it is critical to get treatment before symptoms exacerbate to the point that it harms the cornea. Without treatment or proper medication, DES often worsens over time.

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Patient Reviews


I called for an appointment for an eye injury. I got a same day appointment! The practice was top notch -friendly doctors, attentive staff, cleanliness and efficiency. The facility is clean and modern. Extra stars: a human picked up the phone when I called for an appointment!
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- NY L.

Hours & Location


We have convenient hours and are easy to find!

4225 Carolina Exchange Dr, Ste A
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
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  • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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At Carolina Forest Family Eyecare - we not only offer comprehensive eye exams and prescribe glasses or contacts, but we take our time to listen to your story and develop a complete picture of your ocular and medical history. Your eye health and peace of mind is important to us.

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