ALERT: Our downtown Chattanooga location will be closed on Friday April 29 and Monday May 2 because we are moving across the street to our new office located at 189 W 8th Street. Please call our Ooltewah location in the event of an emergency. We look forward to seeing everyone in our new space!
Welcome to Epic Optical, Chattanooga’s premier resource for eye care. With locations in downtown Chattanooga as well as Ooltewah, our professional team is ready to meet all of your eye care needs.
Dr. Anthony Leach
Dr. Anthony B. Leach founded Epic Optical in 1990 and is a board certified therapeutic Optometrist. Dr. Leach served in the Navy for four years at the Marimar Naval Air Station in San Diego before attending Eastern Michigan University and Ferris State University where he received his doctorate in Optometry. He currently resides in Chattanooga's Southside and has two sons, Davis and Griffin.
Dr. Jeremy Dell
Dr. Jeremy C. Dell joined the Epic team in 2011 and became a partner in 2013. He is a board certified Optometrist in therapeutics and injectables and is the current president of the Southeast Tennessee Optometric Physician's Society. Dr. Dell attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the Southern College of Optometry. He currently lives in East Brainerd with his wife Emily and son Henry.
ServicesComprehensive eye health and vision examinations
Contact lens fitting and evaluation
Treatment of eye disease/injury
Pre and post operative LASIK and cataract services
Dry eye evaluation
VSP (vision service plan)
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
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Two Convenient Locations
189 W. 8th Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402
p. 423-265-2365 | f. 423 -756-5933
Tu, Th 9:00-5:00
5906 Main Street, Ste. 116
Ooltewah, TN 37363
p. 423-238-3290 | f. 423-238-3439
some extended hours available by request