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Welcome to Deerfoot Eye Care
Your Optometrist in Clay, AL.

Call us at (205) 683-3232 today.  

Deerfoot Eye Care in Clay, Alabama, offers a wide range of services for your eye health in a new, state-of-the-art facility. Our full-service eye care office has been remodeled to fit the largest selection of top name brands of eyewear and sunglasses from leading designers in the industry. Choose your favorite frames or contact lenses from top manufacturers at reasonable prices.  

Dr. Frank Francisco
Clay Optometrist | Deerfoot Eye Care | (205) 683-3232

6723 Deerfoot Parkway Ste. 119
Clay, AL 35126

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  • "I was really happy with this place... I would recommend them to anyone that needs an eye doctor...he gives you one heck of an eye exam... the staff is really nice and helpful too.."
    Karen Manley / Facebook Reviews
  • "Great experience, doctor took his time to make sure to get my contact prescription right for me!"
    Kathleen Immel Cross / Facebook Reviews
  • "Love this place! Office is nice, atmosphere is warm, and the staff is great. Love the worship music playing during my exam. I'll be coming here for years to come."
    Karmen Morton Mitchell / Facebook Reviews

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