Welcome to Beach Vision NSB – Optometrist in New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, and Ponce Inlet

Thank you for visiting our website at Beach Vision NSB. We offer an extensive eye care program with our optometrist, Doctor Charles D. Register. Dr. Register and staff are here for New Smyrna Beach, Ponce Inlet, Edgewater, and the surrounding Volusia County area to provide comprehensive and wide-ranging optometry services. We can work with your vision provider or provide a financial plan so that we can meet your needs without waiting. 

We want to take a moment to welcome you to our family. We are always here for you whether it is a regular appointment or an eye care emergency. 

Welcome to Beach Vision NSB – Optometrist in New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, and Ponce Inlet

Our Optometry and Eye Care Services

Dr. Register and the Beach Vision team provide many services in conjunction with regular eye exams in order to monitor eye health and vision changes. Since changes in vision are known to happen over the course of a year or two, we encourage annual exams in order to maintain optimal sight. 

From pediatric all the way through geriatric eye care, we encourage you to maintain vision care for the whole family, especially as you grow older and become more likely to develop eye disorders or diseases that will impair vision. Here is a quick list of some services that we offer. We also encourage you to visit our services page for more specific concerns. 

Optometry Services Offered

    • Our doctor and team provide comprehensive eye exams that are not only about visual acuity, but include eye health and visual function
    • Provide quality prescription eyewear
    • Precise and accurate contact lens fittings and exams
    • Contact lenses, soft lenses, disposable lenses, and rigid gas permeable lenses
    • Some of our lenses will assist or work with certain eye conditions, such as astigmatism
    • Comprehensive eye exams that evaluate your eye health, vision function, and visual acuity

Optometry Conditions Treated

Testing for the following conditions are included:

    • Glaucoma
    • Cataracts
    • Macular degeneration

Specialty Technology in New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, and Ponce Inlet

    • LASIK surgery co-management
    • Pre and post-operation care for LASIK and other eye surgery

Come Visit Beach Vision NSB

Our patients come from all over the New Smyrna Beach area because Beach Vision NSB provides the foundation of professional eye care and personal attention that you deserve. We welcome you to become a dedicated patient that is comfortable and well-informed. We’ll keep you well-informed at all times. We are happy to spend the time to answer any questions of concerns you may have about your eye exam. 

If you are in Volusia County, especially New Smyrna Beach (mainland or beachside), Edgewater, Oak Hill, Ponce Inlet, or the surrounding towns, give us a call and let us help you with your vision concerns. Come to Beach Vision NSB for your next optometrist appointment. Give us a call at 386.423.7788 or schedule an appointment here


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Review From Our Satisfied Patient

  • "Beach Vision is the best at what they do and make you feel right at home."
    - James D. / New Smyrna Beach, FL

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