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Owner of new Franklin Vision Care brings a broad spectrum to ocular health

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Franklin Vision Care celebrated its opening with a ribbon cutting last Thursday, joining with Williamson Inc. staff and ambassadors for the celebration.  

Dr. Annedrea Morreale is the owner of Franklin Vision Care, a high-end luxury boutique optical serving the community’s health needs. The goal of the practice is for every patient to see better, feel better and look fabulous in their new eyewear.  

The opening of the practice is all about the support of family through the deep faith of Morreale and her family.  

“I couldn’t have done this without the support of my family and my husband, Chance,” Morreale said. “This has been a dream of mine since I was 8 years old in the third grade. I dreamed of becoming an optometrist.  

“If it was not for the good Lord this would not have happened.”  

Chance Morreale prayed and thanked everyone for their support before family, staff and chamber ambassadors jumped into a group photo for the ribbon cutting.  

Franklin Vision Care is dedicated to the care of patients through the diagnosis, treatment, and management of refractive conditions, ocular diseases, and health disorders. Using the latest technology, the practice will utilize the latest technology to diagnose and treat eye disease as early as possible.  

Patient education is something important to the practice as they focus on ocular health and preventable eye diseases. Services include refractive management, contact lens evaluations and specialty fitting, co-management, dry eye management/ocular surface disease management, diabetic eye exams and minor surgical procedures.  

What sets Franklin Vision Care apart from others is Morreale’s specialty in ocular disease, she said. Morreale plans to work with other health care providers for referrals. In the community; the plan is to promote ocular and systemic health in the community and advance public awareness through outreach programs, seminars and acts of public service.  

Morreale will be promoting the profession of optometry through involvement in the local, state and national organizations.  

The boutique houses luxury brands like Tom Ford, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Fendi and more.  

The practice is located at 141 First Ave. in downtown Franklin. To schedule an appointment, visit


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