Welcome to Boomers Vision Center
Your Eyecare Professionals in Statesboro, GA.

Call us at 912-489-6655 today.

Boomers Vision Center is a full service optical offering eye exams, glasses and contact lens. Patients throughout the Statesboro area come to Boomers Vision Center because they know they will receive personal attention and professional care from our staff.

Boomers Vision Center is located in Statesboro, Georgia, home of Georgia Southern University. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our optical services, and invite you to join our patient family by scheduling an appointment for an eye exam at our Statesboro office.

Our Approach to Vision

At Boomers Vision Center we take a three pronged approach to help you with your eyewear purchases. First, we want you to see as clearly as you can through your new lenses. Second, we want you to like the way you look in your new glasses. Thirdly, we want you to be comfortable with the fit of your new frames.

Our Statesboro optometrist offers the following services: complete eye exams, contact lens fittings, , glaucoma testing, and pre- and post-operative care. For a complete list of services, visit our services page or call our Statesboro office at 912-489-6655.

At Boomers Vision Center, we are dedicated to providing high-quality services in a comfortable environment. Call us at 912-489-6655 or schedule an appointment today online.

Statesboro Optical | Boomers Vision Center | 912-489-6655

23993 Hwy 80 East
Statesboro, GA 30461


Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Our Opticians

    At Boomers Vision Center, our staff is friendly and professional. Our opticians have a combined experience of over 55 years in their profession, and are committed  to providing exceptional customer service to all of our Statesboro patients. We take pride in our personalized care and strive to spend the necessary time with each patient to ensure a comfortable experience.

  • Dr.
    Brent Laircey

    Dr. Laircey is an optometrist in Statesboro, Georgia  providing complete eye care services for the surrounding community.

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Very well run business with customer oriented staff. I have always been treated kindly, and have had all my questions answered with satisfaction. I had trouble with picking out a frame for a new pair of glasses, and Chuck was extremely helpful. Any time I need more contacts, they are given or ordered promptly, and I get a courtesy call that they are ready. Their adjustments, when my glasses get miss-shapen or don't fit right, are always on-point. I wouldn't go anywhere else.

Candace R.

Customer Service is great! Good selection of glasses. Timely return. All over great place to get your eyes examined and shop for your glasses.


My daughter got her first pair of glasses here.  We have been in many times for adjustments.  The people here are always helpful and nice getting her frames straight again.

Sheila A.

My wife and I have been getting our glasses from Boomers Vision Center for years.  We have always been happy with the selection of frames, the assistance of the opticians and the quick delivery of our glasses.

-Burt G.
"Boomers Vision Center is the best at what they do and make you feel right at home."
- Tim R. / Statesboro, GA

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