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Welcome to Franklin Lakes Opticians
Your Eye Care Professionals in Franklin Lakes, NJ

Call us at 201-848-1184 today.

Welcome to Franklin Lakes Opticians. The Franklin Lakes Opticians team strives to provide the finest in optical services. New products are consistently available to offer a large selection of both modern and traditional eye wear. Numerous styles are available in eyeglasses, both prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, sports frames, and children's eye wear. We invite you to browse our website and to visit our location to learn more about the products and services we have to offer.

We accept several eye care insurance plans including EyeMed, Davis Vision, and Spectera. Call 201-848-1184 today to find out more about the plans we accept and your personal benefits.

Franklin Lakes Optical Store | Franklin Lakes Opticians | 201-848-1184
801 Franklin Ave
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417

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  • "This is a great local business! It's conveniently located, they have a good selection of frames, the owner could not be nicer! Great customer service! I don't have vision insurance and found the pricing very reasonable. I have heard she works with many insurance plans. Definitely make this your first stop!"
    Kathie S.
  • "What a phenomenal place that took care of me immediately. I had a ripped contact and any eye movement caused severe irritation and discomfort. I did not have a spare pair of contacts, my glasses and was an hour and half away from my home. Janet saw me immediately and took care of me. She provided me with a fresh pair of contacts and solution to go. I'm grateful for the exceptional service in an emergency situation."
    Catherine H.
  • "The store is well kept Janet is very experienced in the optical profession and they have a great selection. My family all shop here and enjoy the excellent and friendly service."
    Jim D. Franklin Lakes, NJ

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