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We value our patients' experience at Franklin Lakes Opticians. See for yourself, the great success our patients have experienced here at Franklin Lakes Opticians.

Janet Kilroe


Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Thankful I found this local optician. Janet the owner was so helpful and ethical. Another store we went to before for another pair of glasses did not tell us the truth of what our plan covered. The other store told us that under our insurance we could only choose from his small ugly display of frames. So I went and bought the frames discounted online. Found franklin lakes store for the lenses and she explained my insurance plan would cover up to 150.00 frames that covered the nice Ray Ban frames with a 20 or 30 dollar copay. I'm returning my online frames and buying the insurance covered ones from her.
    Appreciate her honesty. Will be returning for all family frames and lenses. She has a decent selections of good looking frames as well."
    Jane D.
  • "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.

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