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Exceptional Vision, for the Whole Family.

Salem Eyecare Center – Your Optometrists Serving Columbiana and Mahoning Counties in Ohio.
Salem – Columbiana – Lisbon – East Liverpool – Leetonia – Calcutta – Canfield – Boardman.

Our goal at the Salem Eyecare Center is to provide our patients with the most contemporary eyecare services in America today. Our optometrists and eye exam team invite you to enjoy a unique experience in eyecare with a comfortable atmosphere, a highly qualified staff, and doctors who care. Our technology-integrated practice allows each optometrist at The Salem Eyecare Center to offer our patients the highest level of care and the most comprehensive eye exam services available today!

Looking for an Optometrist in Salem, OH?

From our convenient location in Salem, our eye doctor, Dr. Lippiatt also serves the nearby areas of Canfield, Boardman and Alliance, Ohio.

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VSP Premier

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We combine old-fashioned concern with current technology to provide you and your family with the best possible eye care.

A Special Note for all Parents, especially those of Children with Autism and special needs.

Offering a large selection of eyeglasses, designer frames and sunglasses. Our staff will help you find the best fit for your specific needs and explain how different lenses and frames will impact your vision.

Learn more about the Contact lenses we offer.

Learn about the different types of tests and equipment you may experience on a visit to Salem Eyecare Center.

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