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Welcome to INTERNATIONAL OPTICIANS
Your Optometrist in Miami, FL

Call us at 305-854-6191 today.


Do you find it hard to see objects from a far? Is it difficult for you to see things up close?

Would you like prescription sunglasses?

We are a full-service optical store that uses state-of-the-art machines, tools, and computers to provide you with exceptional quality and unmatched service. We offer a broad selection of contact lenses as well as all brands and styles of eyeglass frames and sunglasses.

Contact International Opticians, your local vision care experts.

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- Polycarbonate

- Hi-Index

- Anti-Reflecting Coating

- UV-400

- Mirror Coatings

- HD Freeform Lenses

- BlueTech Lenses

- OptiFog Coating

We are excited to announce that our practice is now a supporter of the I CARE & SHARE™ program with Optometry Giving Sight. We are donating a proceed of every eyeglass order to help raise funds to eliminate one of the leading causes of vision impairment worldwide - uncorrected refractive error - simply the need for an eye exam and glasses. we appreciate our patients supporting our practice and helping us give site to people in need.

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We Carry an assortment of Lenses for all your vision needs.

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Ron Pelletier
Miami Optometrist | INTERNATIONAL OPTICIANS | 305-854-6191
2264 SW 22nd St
Miami, FL 33145

Office Hours

Monday:

9:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 AM-7:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

9:00 AM-3:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

See what our patients have to say about us

  • "Caring customer service that exceeded my expectations. Excellent selection of eyeglass frames, from designer to economy. On-site lab, friendly, welcoming staff, fluent in English and Spanish. Mandy did a great job fitting my frames, and Ron was stalwart in rectifying an erroneous prescription from an outside optician. I could not ask for better!"
    Ann R. / Miami, FL
  • "I've been coming to dr gonzalez and the optical since i was 9. They are like family. Today my son had his first check up and they were patient and friendly. My son loved it and wants to go again. I definitely recommend."
    Margret F. / Miami, FL
  • "Great selection and service. Went in with glasses improperly fitted from another company and they took care of me. Have purchased my family's glasses and sun glasses there. Their turn around time is fantastic and prices are very reasonable. Everyone should shop there."
    Rafael V. / Miami, FL

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