Eyeglasses

White Eye Care Center offers a unique selection of affordable eyeglass frames and lenses in Logan, WV.

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Contact Lenses

New advances in contact lens technology allow most people to successfully wear contact lenses.

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Sunglasses

Don’t sacrifice fashionable style or high-level sports performance with our high-end prescription sunglasses!

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Specialty Lenses

Designer frames may help you look good, but the lenses are what allow you to see well.

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Welcome to White Eye Care Center, Logan, WV

Your Complete Eye Care Center

White Eye Care Center is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal vision and maintain healthy eyes.

White Eye Care has been locally-owned and operated in Logan, West Virginia for 30 years.  The new, state of the art office offers complete eye health care for the entire family by Drs. White, Lucas & Adkins.  The practice offers contact lenses, eyewear, and sunglasses for every taste and budget.

To schedule your comprehensive eye examination, contact us today at 304.752.2020 We also invite you to visit us in person to see our selection glasses and contact lenses. For more information about our eye care services please continue browsing our website.

From Our Blog

9 Ways To Protect Eyes from UV Damage

9 Ways To Protect Eyes from UV Damage

As we continue observing National UV Safety Month throughout July, we want to offer smart strategies to help you minimize the exposure your eyes have to harmful UV rays. Minimizing UV ray exposure can help maintain your healthy vision for as long as possible. UV ray...

Why It’s Smart To Protect Your Eyes From the Sun

Why It’s Smart To Protect Your Eyes From the Sun

It’s the dog days of summer! If it’s not hot enough for you in July, it never will be. July is National UV Safety Awareness Month. With more than 14 hours of sunlight each day, it’s a great opportunity to learn why you need to protect your eyes from...

7 Comments From Post-Procedure Cataract Patients

7 Comments From Post-Procedure Cataract Patients

In our practice, we see a lot of patients in their 60s, 70s, and 80s. Of the eye problems and diseases this age group faces—including glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, and other inoperable conditions—cataracts are the one eye condition...