Face masks are required while in our offices.  If assistance is needed, only one person is allowed with the patient.

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Lacy B. Shaw O.D.

Dr. Shaw received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1970 and his Doctor of Optometry degree in 1972 from the University of Houston. He is a member of the Southwest and Southeast Council of Optometry and the American Optometric Association Contact Lens Section. Dr. Shaw specializes in hard to fit contact lenses. He has lived in Alexandria his entire life and is a third generation optometrist. His grandfather, Dr. Lacy Bordelon was one of the first optometrists in Alexandria and his father is a retired optometrist. Dr. Shaw has been in practice for 34 years and has two offices to serve your eye care concerns.