Optometrists in Rhode Island

Browse by Rhode Island cities to find an best optometrist near you. View a list of local eye specialists and vision care products in your city. An optometrist may also be known by the following names: eye doctor, vision care specialist, and doctor of optometry.

Rating updated: September 27, 2023

Eyes Unique

3 reviews


1180 Park Ave, Cranston, RI 02910

+1 401-943-3937


369 Metacom Ave, Bristol, RI 02809


Blasbalg Mark OD

1 review


1193 Tiogue Ave, Coventry, RI 02816

+1 401-823-8200

Dilibero Opticians

10 reviews


1920 Mineral Spring Ave Unit 12, North Providence, RI 02904

+1 401-353-9020

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Rhode Island is a state located in the northeastern part of the United States. It is the smallest state in the United States by area. The capital is Providence. Big cities: Warwick, Potacket and Cranston. The population is 1,051,302 people. The area is 4,002 sq km. The state borders Massachusetts to the north and east, Connecticut to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the south, and New York State to the southwest. In 1790 it became the 13th state in the United States.

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Top Reviews

Julie Colangeli  |  Rating: 2  |  Modern Eyes, LLC

Expect to wait 30 minutes for appt. Both times I’ve been here they seem overbooked by the amount of people in waiting area and the wait to see doctor (even for an 8:40am appt). There was also confusion about my vision insurance and I was told part of my exam wasn’t covered when it should have been. Second time arriving for a contact lense fitting there was more confusion and front desk essentially was trying to tell me not to keep the appointment- when I was already there and waiting 25 minutes. I ended up leaving, will find new doctor. My impression is they’re inexperienced and patients suffer the consequences.

Megan Gallagher  |  Rating: 1  |  Apple Eyewear

I went to pick up my glasses and they were completely wrong (I like black plastic, these were silver metal). I said this to the woman helping me and she just said, "Oh, well. Go ahead and find the ones you wanted and we'll have to re-order them." Mind you, it's the SAME WOMAN that ordered them for me in the first place. There was no empathy, no compassion. I don't even think she apologized. I was on my lunch-break and literally almost started crying because I didn't have time to look through four thousands frames ALL OVER AGAIN. I noticed a bunch of paperwork under the little glasses tray that had "my" glasses in it and started looking through it. Sure enough I saw the name of the frames I did order. I went and told the women this and she simply said, 'ok' and just ordered them. No apology, no comment like, "Oh thank goodness". Nothing. I then asked to speak to the manager and explained what had happened. She said, "We check the new frames based on the entry into the system" CLEARLY incriminating the first woman's failure to enter the correct code in the first place. The manager was a bit more empathetic and said it would be rushed. She also offered to let me use the pair with the wrong frames, but when I picked them up out of the little tray, the arm literally fell off! I will not be going back here other than to pick up the (hopefully) correct frames. SOOOOO disappointed.

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