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Monday10AM — 7PM

Tuesday10AM — 6PM

Wednesday 12 — 8PM

Thursday 10AM — 4PM

Friday Closed

Saturday 10AM — 4PM

Sunday Closed


  We've moved to a new location. We're now in 2074 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11234. See directions

  We welcome and accept new patients.

  We handle some of the most difficult contact lens cases and custom lens designs.
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  Our office specializes in maintaining optical health. We hope to see patients once a year for thorough eye exams.
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  When it comes to your glasses, we use the best materials and the best labs. We keep a great selection of frames in the latest styles, including designer names and quality manufactures.
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To learn more, please call the Optometrist at (718) 338-0988 or visit us today!

2074 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11234

PHONE (718) 338-0988


Dr. Salvatore J. Shakir

Dr. Salvatore J. Shakir gra'duated from SUNY State College of Optometry in 1977. He was awarded recognition for both academic and clinical excellence. The Gordon Award for Clinical Excellence, Whos Who in Americas Colleges and Universities for two years, Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Fraternity were among his achievements. Dr. Shakir was one of four graduate doctors nationwide who were selected for the Vision Training Residency at the University Optometric Center, known as the leading institution for Behavioral Vision and vision development. Anually, for more than the past two decades, he has been awarded the Optometric Recognition Award from the American Optometric Association acknowledging his dedication to continuing Optometric education. In the year 2000, Dr. Shakir was named New York State Optometrist of the Year by the New York State Optometric Association. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Optometric Society of the City of New York for more than a decade, is a member of the New York Academy of Optometry, and is proud to serve as a member of the Flatlands Lions Club. (Current Listing in Who's Who and in Best Doctors)

Dr. Fred H. Wolfson

Dr. Fred H. Wolfson graduated from Brooklyn College in 1969, with a B.A. in Psychology. He then graduated Brooklyn College in 1972 with a M.A. in Special Education. Completed S.U.N.Y. College of Optometry program in Vision Science, 1976. Then Attended Hofstra University and completed a M.S. program in Reading, 1979. He then obtained a Professional Diploma (PD) in Reading from Hofstra University, 1980. Completed Doctoral Degree from Hofstra University in conjunction with S.U.N.Y. School of Optometry in 1982 and Downstate Medical School (Neuro-Ophthalmology). Studied for 3 years of Neuro-Opthalmology at Downstate Medical School and Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center. Dr. Wolfson worked at the New York City Board of Education 1969 - 2002, during his 33 years in the school system he held many positions. Dr. Wolfson worked as a Special Education teacher specifically with children who were diagnosed Mental Retarded and Learning Disabled. He was a Special Education teacher trainer, Educational Evaluator, Chairsperson for the Committee on Special Education and Director of Special Testing Unit for the Hearing Handicapped and Visually Impaired. Dr. Wolfson taught Graduate level courses (Special Education Department) at Brooklyn College. He attained the rank of Associate Professor. Dr. Wolfson has been in private practice for 26 years. He specializes in working with children and adults who exhibit reading and visual perceptual problems. In his practice Dr. Wolfson has the capability to assess and diagnose the problem and then develop a reading remediation/vision therapy program to improve one's reading ability.

Dr. Christine Chea

Dr. Chea is a New York State Certified Low Vision optometrist. She was trained at The State University of New York College of Optometry where she won the William Feinbloom Memorial Award for Outstanding Clinical Proficiency in Low Vision. She completed an internship at the East New York Diagnostic and Treatment Center and completed her residency at the New York Lighthouse Guild International. In academia, Dr. Chea authored a paper published in the Journal of Optometry & Visual Performance. She also taught a COPE-approved continuing education lecture and presented a scientific poster at the American Academy of Optometry. Dr. Chea is passionate about providing eye care for the undeserved population and educating the public about the importance of low vision rehabilitation.

To learn more, please call (718) 338-0988 or visit us today!

We accept MEDICARE, MEDICAID, VSP, UFT and most private medical insurance.