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Welcome to Kramer Family Vision
Your Optometrist in POPLAR BLUFF, MO

Call us at (573) 686-3991 today.

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Since 2008, Dr Tyler Kramer and her staff have been committed to providing exceptional eyecare to Poplar Bluff and the surrounding communities.

Our office has a large selection of ophthalmic frames, sunglasses, and safety frames. We also fit contact lenses and evaluate for learning related vision problems as well as treating eye injury and eye disease.

Most vision insurance plans are accepted including VSP, EyeMed, NVA, MECA, Optum/Spectera, Davis, and Avesis.

Dr. Tyler Kramer
POPLAR BLUFF Optometrist | Kramer Family Vision | (573) 686-3991
225 PHYSICIANS PARK
POPLAR BLUFF, MO 63901 3935

Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • TYLER TINSLEY KRAMER,
    O.D.

    Dr. Kramer studied at the University of Missouri-College of Optometry and graduated with honors in contact lens fitting. In addition to comprehensive vision exams, Dr. Kramer provides experienced care and management of eye injury and the detection of eye disease.

  • OUR STAFF

    Our staff is committed to giving you the highest quality eyecare with a personal touch.

    We always keep up with the latest trends in eyecare and eyewear.

    Call today for your appointment!

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I just love Kramer family vision. They do a good job. Thank you from Letha Watson Happy holidays"
    Letha Watson
  • "I HIGHLY recommend Kramer Family Vision. I took my 6 year old for an eye exam last week, the entire staff was awesome to work with. They were very patient with him during the exams and then even more patient while he picked out his glasses. We love Kramer Family Vision!!"
    Julia D.

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