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At Bayshore Eye Care we offer full service eye care for the whole family.
Our Board Certified Optometrists take great pride in assisting you with the diagnosis and treatment of eye health and vision disorders.
Our licensed Opticians will be delighted to assist you with the proper selection of eyeglasses and contact lenses to suit all of your eye wear needs.
We provide these services in a warm family friendly environment with an exceptionally dedicated and well trained staff.
Our central Bradenton location makes access to our facility convenient and easy to find.
Dr. Kenneth W. Lawson | Dr. Jamie S. Lawson
Bradenton Optometrist | Bayshore Eye Care | 941-751-4668
5632 26th St W
Bradenton, FL 34207
Bayshore Eye Care ~~Best eye care in Bradenton!!!
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