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

Are Your Eyes Suffering From Seasonal Allergies?

Are Your Eyes Suffering From Seasonal Allergies?

Ah, Spring! The birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and the trees are “leafing out” all over. After a long winter, the arrival of Spring is a welcome one. In fact, some of us get so excited by the warmer Spring weather that we completely forget that...

10 Safety Tips For Eye Makeup

10 Safety Tips For Eye Makeup

If you’ve found yourself wearing more eye makeup in the past 12 months, you’re not alone. According to Fortune magazine, interest in and sales of eye makeup products have surged since March 2020. So-called “above-the-mask” beauty has become a...

How To Protect Against Blue Light and Digital Eye Fatigue

How To Protect Against Blue Light and Digital Eye Fatigue

March is Save Your Vision Month, so we thought we’d address a common challenge we see in our offices: Digital eye strain, resulting from spending excess time staring at digital screens that emit blue light. You’ve likely heard about blue light and its...

February Is Low Vision Awareness Month: Are You at Risk?

February Is Low Vision Awareness Month: Are You at Risk?

The National Eye Institute designates the month of February as Low Vision Awareness Month in order to increase awareness about this visual impairment condition. It’s estimated that more than 3 million Americans age 40 and older are experiencing low vision, which...