Welcome to Atlanta Eye Care

Atlanta Eye Care, owned by Drs. Thomas Arey, Sean Alexander and Michael Walker, operates two locations in the Metro Atlanta area. Windward Eye Care opened in 2003 when Drs. Arey, Alexander and Walker, all graduates of the University of Alabama Birmingham, saw an opportunity to serve their patients in an area that was otherwise devoid of business.

Alpharetta Eye Clinic opened its doors in 2009 to serve the community along Old Milton Parkway in Alpharetta. Drs. Thomas Arey, Sean Alexander and Michael Walker, with the addition of Drs. James Lundy and Beth Volingavage, have made Alpharetta Eye Clinic one of the most successful optometric practices in the area.

To schedule your comprehensive eye examination give us a call or click below to schedule your appointment online.


Eyeglasses and Frames

Atlanta Eye Care offers a unique selection of affordable eyeglass frames and lenses in Atlanta, GA.


New Lens Technology

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


Designer Sunglasses

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


Contact Lenses

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

 We also invite you to visit us in person to see our selection of eyeglasses, contact lenses and designer sunglasses.

Alpharetta Eye Clinic
2725-B Old Milton Parkway
Alpharetta , GA 30009

Office:  770.475.1777

Windward Eye Care
5315-F Windward Parkway
Alpharetta , GA 30004

Office: 678.393.2025 

Eye Care Services


General Eye Care

We do much more than just check your vision and provide you with eyeglasses. We provide comprehensive eye care.


Adult Eye Exams

Annual eye health exams can detect eye and systemic diseases in the early stages when it is easier to prevent vision loss.


Pediatric Eye Exams

Good eye health is important to your child’s learning, and vision problems can affect their performance in school.


Special Eye Testing

Special Testing Means Extra Special Eye Care. Using special equipment we can examine every aspect of your vision.

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