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Welcome to Bossier Family Eye Care
Your Optometrist in Bossier City, LA.

Call us at 318-747-0302 today.

In practice since 1995, Christine K. Pastilong, O.D. and the staff at Bossier Family Eye Care have been maintaining and improving vision for patients throughout Bossier City and the surrounding communities. From senior citizens to 6-month-old babies, we provide comprehensive vision correction for all ages. Whether you are in need of a new prescription or are considering the switch from traditional glasses to contact lenses, we are here to assist you every step of the way.

Our courteous staff is exceptionally knowledgeable with the latest improvements in optometric care. From modern technology to tried-and-true diagnostic methods of eye care, we are wholly committed to our patients’ needs. Furthermore, we are fully licensed and insured for our patients’ complete protection and total peace of mind.

For more information about our practice or to schedule an appointment for yourself or your family, please contact us or visit our office during business hours. We look forward to meeting you soon!

Dr. Christine Pastilong
Bossier City Optometrist | Bossier Family Eye Care | 318-747-0302

1519 Doctors Dr. Suite 1
Bossier City, LA 71111

Office Hours

Monday:

7:45am

5:00pm

Tuesday:

7:45am

5:00pm

Wednesday:

7:45am

5:00pm

Thursday:

7:45am

5:00pm

Friday:

7:45am

1:00pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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  • "I love Bossier Family Eye Care. I always tell people you know your eyes have been checked when you see Dr Pastilong! She and all the staff there are kind and professional. I would't go anywhere else."
    Terri, Stonewall, LA

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