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Welcome to Babineau Opticians
Home To All Your Optical Needs
In Mechanicsburg, PA.

Call us at 717-697-9442 today.

Babineau Opticians, located on Trindle Road in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, has been serving the community since 1962. We provide comprehensive eye exams for eyeglasses and contact lenses, and our goal is to provide each and every patient with a superior individual experience.

Our professional staff will work one-on-one with you to guide you to a pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses that are within your budget and fit your needs. We carry hundreds of frames in all different styles, so there is something available for every personality and preference.

We have had the honor of serving three generations of patients with the best quality of eye care. Our personalized service continues to bring in repeat patients, because they know when they come to Babineau Opticians they will receive the best service and product around. It's all about giving you the best possible individual experience in our office.

For all of your eye care needs, come to Babineau Opticians. We're here today, to help you see clearly tomorrow!

Babineau Opticians | 717-697-9442

5295 E. Trindle Road
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050

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  • "The entire staff at Babineau opticians are wonderful and they will bend over backwards to accommodate your eye care needs!"
    Apryl V / Mechanicsburg, PA

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