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Socastee Optometrist

Dr. Thomas Weshefsky
Your Socastee Optometrist
(843) 903-6262
3874 Renee Drive Suite D
Myrtle Beach, SC

Dr. Thomas Weshefsky and the eye care team at Carolina Forest Family Eyecare will make sure you receive the highest quality vision care. Our optometry clinic is located in Myrtle Beach which is convenient for residents of neighboring Socastee. We look forward to taking care of all your eye care needs, including:

Comprehensive Eye Exams

boys with thumbs upOur eye exams include determining your prescription and a general health history. Additionally, we provide diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and conditions such as eye infections, dry eyes, and cataracts. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about your vision.

Contact Lens Exams

If you live in Socastee, SC our eye doctor is the place to go for contact lens fittings and recommendations. We will help you find the right brand of contact lenses and discuss options like Ortho-K lenses. Trial lenses are often available.

Contact our Eye Doctor near Socastee

If you are a Socastee resident and have a question about one of these services or any other vision-related matter, please contact our eye doctor who will be happy to discuss it with you. All eye care services, such as eye exams, are provided from Dr. Thomas Weshefsky’s Eye Clinic, Carolina Forest Family Eyecare, conveniently located near Socastee.
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Historical Socastee, SC

If you are in the area of Socastee make sure you check out the many historical houses in the area. The oldest location is the house of Samuel Sarvis, built in 1881. The Sarvis House was occupied from 1881 – 2010. It was sold to the Socastee Heritage Foundation in 2013.

Another home that is over 100 years old is The Thomas B. Cooper house that was built for Mr. Cooper by Robert M. Prince, Jr. in 1908. Though the exterior has recently been renovated, the house has some of its original charm and is worth passing by. It is located on Dick Pond Road. The house is currently used to host events, weddings and theatre performances. On the same property you will also find the Cooper General Store and a grove of pecan trees.

The Socastee Swing Bridge

This bridge opened in 1936 and was vital in developing Myrtle Beach as a resort area.