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    Full Service Eye Care
    In the Heart of Chinatown

    Smart Optical & Chicago native eye doctor Crystal Wong provide full eye care services for you & your family, including eye exams, same-day eyeglasses, contact lenses, & more...

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Chinatown's Preferred Eye Doctor & Optical

Get an eye exam and choose from 700+ eyeglass frames in our on-site optical!

Welcome to Smart Optical

We have been serving the Chinatown & neighboring communities of Bridgeport, South Loop, Armour Square, Pilsen, the north side of Chicago & the suburbs for 30+ years.


Our loyal patients come near and far to see us over the decades. We are a private optometric practice that specializes in General/Family Optometry such as eye exams, eye disease diagnosis, vision condition treatments, & contact lenses. Our on-site optical has over 700 hundred frames to choose from. Eye doctor Crystal Wong, O.D. and her friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you pick the right size, shape, & style of frame.

We have a finishing lab on-site and can provide same days service for most prescriptions. Our wonderful staff is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. Optometrist Dr. Wong and staff are committed to providing excellent eyecare and services to our patients.

Meet Dr. Crystal Wong, Optometrist

Smart Optical Chinatown, Chicago

Location & Hours

2349 S Wentworth Ave
Chicago, IL 60616
Phone: (312) 808-1893

Mon - Sat: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm

Dr. Crystal Wong

Optometrist Dr. Wong was born & raised in the neighborhood of Bridgeport in Chicago. She attended Lane Tech High School where she discovered...

On-Site Optical

We have 700+ eyeglass frames to choose from, as well as a finishing lab on-site. We can also provide same day service for most prescriptions...

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