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Welcome to Mt. Juliet Family Vision
Your Optometric Physicians in Mt. Juliet, TN

Call us at (615)758-2501 today.

Mt. Juliet Family Vision - The Finest In Family Eye Care For over 25 Years.

In 1989, two brothers, Dr. Mike Davis and Dr. Pete Davis, put down roots in Mount Juliet, Tennessee and began serving the eye and vision care needs of Mount Juliet residents and those in surrounding areas through their family eye care practice, Mt. Juliet Family Vision. Dr. Kevin Davis (son of Dr. Mike Davis and nephew of Dr. Pete Davis) recently joined the practice in August of 2016 to carry on the legacy of eye and vision care excellence that his father and uncle have provided for so many years. At Mt. Juliet Family Vision, we are dedicated to providing optimal service and high quality products in a family friendly environment. Our doctors and staff strive to maintain and constantly improve our skills to continue to provide the best in eye and vision care. Our Optometric Physicians perform routine comprehensive eye examinations, provide comprehensive pediatric eye examinations, provide vision therapy services, diagnose and treat ocular disease, provide diabetic eye care, co-manage ophthalmic surgeries such as LASIK and cataract surgery, provide contact lens services, among much more. We want our patients to see the difference that caring eye care professionals can make. Come visit us and become a part of our eye care family.

Optical shoppe:

Our office also offers a large optical dispensary offering hundreds of fashionable eye glass frames for women, men, children, adults and seniors. We offer eyeglasses and sunglasses for all activities, sports, and occupations.

Our Mission:

At Mt. Juliet Family Vision, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometric services in a comfortable environment where you, the patient, are the center of our attention. Call us at (615)758-2501 or request an appointment today online.


Mt. Juliet Optometry | Mt. Juliet Family Vision | (615) 758-2501
830 N. Mt. Juliet Rd
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

Testimonials

See what patients have to say about us:

  • "Our whole family (5) love Dr Mike & Dr Pete. Have been going there for years. Which reminds me. It's time to make an appointment!"
    Bill Davidson
  • "Dr Kevin was very kind and the rest of the staff is very helpful and friendly."
    Julie Trevathan Grisham
  • "I have seen a lot of eye doctors. We move a LOT. These guys are the best for my whole family!"
    Faith Stewart

Meet The Optometric Physicians

  • Dr.
    Peter M. Davis
    B.A., B.S., O.D.

    Optometric Physician - emphasis on Pediatric eye and vision care

  • Dr.
    Michael K. Davis
    B.A., B.S., O.D.

    Optometric Physician - comprehensive eye and vision care

  • Dr.
    Kevin M. Davis
    B.S., O.D

    Optometric Physician - comprehensive eye and vision care

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Hours

Closed from 12pm - 1pm for lunch

Monday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed