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Welcome to Eyes on Providence
Your Optometrist in Marietta, GA

Call us at (678) 560-8065 today.


At Eyes on Providence, you will receive the most up to date, vision care you need, and the personalized attention that you deserve. Whether you need to see an optometrist for contact lenses or eyeglasses in Marietta, Drs. Mital Patel and Ligy Alexander offer excellent service, experienced care, and a wide selection of designer frames, lenses and contacts from which to choose.

Eye Exams from our Marietta Optometrist

The experienced eye care team at Eyes on Providence provides comprehensive eye health examinations at our Marietta office. We are experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of various eye conditions and diseases, and in offering the best vision correction products, from contact lenses to designer eyeglasses.

Contact Lenses

If you are interested in contact lenses, we utilize state-of-the-art diagnostic technology and are dedicated to improving both the vision and the quality of life of our patients. Prior to prescribing contact lenses, your eye doctor will determine the level of vision correction required.

In addition to corrective lenses, we also carry a wide selection of cosmetic and prosthetic lenses. Cosmetic lenses enable our patients to change their eye color altogether. We can also provide custom contact lenses, which are used to even out any irregularities to produce a more natural looking eye color.

Eyeglasses

In addition to examinations for contact lenses, we also offer eye exams for eyeglasses. Whether you need designer frames or eyeglasses near Marietta, you will be impressed with our outstanding eyeglass frame selection. Our experienced team is happy help you choose the perfect frames for the shape of your face, and personal preferences. We also carry a wide line of prescription sun glasses.

Donate a Pair and Get $50 off!

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Working with MUST Ministries we are proud to offer you $50 off your next frame and lens package if you donate your an pair of frames. Some exclusions apply. Click here or give us a call at (678) 560-8065 for more details!

LASIK Eye Surgery (Pre-op and Post-op Care)

Dr. Mital Patel can provide a consultation to see if LASIK eye surgery is right for you. At Eyes on Providence we also help with other surgeries for patients, with both pre-and-post operative eye care. By using advanced technologies, we can help them attain the clearest vision possible.

Sports Vision

Sports vision testing is more strenuous than standard eye testing, and helps athletes gain a better understanding of how their eyes perform, and can help with such things as hand-eye coordination and depth perception.

Our Marietta Eye Doctor Offers a Personalized Approach

Eyes on Providence takes a personalized approach to vision care. When treating our clients, each patient's eye doctor takes the time to discuss all pertinent issues, and to answer any questions the clients may have. We want our patients to be informed about their vision and the products and procedures that we use. It is important to us that they feel comfortable about the care they need, and how it is provided for them by Eyes on Providence.

Treat Yourself to the Gift of Healthy Eyes and Great Frames in Marietta

Your eyes are one of your most valuable assets. We urge you to treat them with care and respect. Start the process by scheduling an appointment with Dr. Mitel Patel today. Please call 678-560-8065 to schedule an appointment for a personalized examination. We are located in Marietta, GA at 3535 Roswell Road, Suite 8.




Dr. Mital Patel
Marietta Optometrist | Eyes on Providence | (678) 560-8065
3535 Roswell Rd #8
Marietta, GA 30062

  • "Everything was great! The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful and patient with me taking 2 hours to pick out frames. They were able to get me in the same day I called for an appointment, and they were far more knowledgable about their work than any other staff at any other eye doctor I've been to. I'm very, very pleased."
    Kara B
  • "Dr. Patel and her staff were awesome. I was very pleased with my entire appointment. Dr. Patel listened to my concerns and helped to determine results that I was most comfortable with. I would recommend Dr. Patel's practice to my family and friends. I know our family will be seeing her for many years."
    Wendy S.
  • "From the time I come in to the time I leave, I feel like I'm their only patient. Everything is wonderfully explained and extra time is given if you have questions about your visit. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for quality eye care."
    Wendy A.
  • "Dr. Patel brings brings a fresh new look to optometry . She is knowledgeable, professional and friendly. The office has a beautiful dispensary with a nice selection of both prescription eyewear and sunglasses. If you are looking for an eye doctor, consider Dr. Patel."
    Julie G.
  • "I recently visited Dr. Patel’s office “Eyes on Providence” after experiencing eye strain. Her staff and office were warm, inviting, and professional. Dr. Patel asked me a number of questions to get at what was causing my eyes to feel so tired by the end of the day and I really appreciated her attention to detail. They also had a great selection of frames. I can’t wait to get my new glasses!"
    Neal I.
  • "Several years ago during an eye exam, I was told my daughter had a hole in the back of her eye. I was always very concerned with this. When we met with Dr. Patel she asked if she could take a picture of my daughters eye. We agreed and thanks to Dr. Patel, the picture showed that there was not a hole in my daughter’s eye but a lighter pigment in that area. What a relief! Dr. Patel has the latest state of the art equipment that gave us an accurate diagnoses."
    David

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