Welcome to Fletcher Family Eyecare in Jonesboro, AR

We offer all types of vision and eye health services at Fletcher Family Eyecare in Jonesboro. Our eye care clinic is led by Dr. Michael Fletcher and is supported by a qualified and experienced staff. We offer routine eye exams, emergency eye care, and more. Along with our vision and eye health services, we also offer a wide range of eyeglass frames and contact lenses. We provide a comfortable and relaxing environment while offering quality eye care for the whole family. Our one-on-one approach to optometry allows us to deliver personalized treatment and preventative eye care for our patients.

Eyecare Services

Whether you are suffering from compromised vision, serious eye health conditions, or just need a regular eye exam, Dr. Fletcher is here for all of your eye care needs. We highly encourage our patients to have regular vision and eye exams once per year, as they allow us to diagnose and treat eye issues before they develop into serious problems. The earlier you seek treatment for your eye condition, the better the chances are of recovery or minimizing the deterioration of your vision.

At Fletcher Family Eyecare, we treat astigmatism, myopia, dry eye syndrome, computer vision, cataracts, glaucoma, and other conditions. We also offer pediatric eye exams, vision therapy, computer vision treatment, treatment for diabetic retinopathy, and more. We are proud to use state-of-the-art optometry tools and technology to deliver reliable and safe eye care services to our patients.

Eyeglass Frames and Contact Lenses

At Fletcher Family Eyecare, we offer high-quality eyeglass frames for prescription eyeglasses. We also have a range of sunglasses from some of the best brands in the world. Our team will guide you to the right eyeglass frames for your lifestyle and face. The ideal eyeglass frames should not be too tight causing discomfort or too loose for secure wearing. We also have a variety of contact lenses including hard-to-fit contact lenses.

Contact Our Optometrist in Jonesboro, AR

Allow us to provide you with outstanding vision and eye health services. If it has been a while since your last eye exam or you are new to the Jonesboro area, call our team at Fletcher Family Eyecare today at (870) 930-9200 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form.

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "As always Dr. Fletcher and his staff are awesome. Very kind and friendly. Dr. Fletcher is always very thorough and answers all my questions. Couldn’t ask for a better person to help keep my eyes in good health!"
    Daniel R.
  • "THE BEST eye doctor! He always takes care of my whole family. From my 7 week old to my 2 year old. My two year old thought the world of him! And always has cute glasses/sun glasses! Must go see!"
    Brittany B.
  • "The staff and the doctor are always pleasant & always thorough. I’m confident that Dr. Fletcher monitors my eye issues gives me the best possible care!"
    Susan S.
  • "Dr. Fletcher and his staff are top notch. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for eye care. Plus, they have a great selection of frames."
    Mike B.
  • "Excellent service. Dr. Fletcher and staff went above and beyond to precisely fit my eyes to contacts for comfortable clear vision. I can see near and far, better than ever. Thanks."
    Kevin M.