Welcome to Reagin Optometric Group
Your Optometrists in Decatur, Georgia

Call us at  404-378-3694, to schedule an appointment

Welcome to Reagin Optometric Group, where we have proudly served the Decatur community for over 68 years!  Dr. Wallis Reagin first opened the practice in 1950 and built his practice on the principle of providing excellent patient care with a personal touch.

Reagin Optometric Group offers complete eye exams, specialty contact lens fittings, diabetic eye exams, laser vision correction evaluations, diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and infections, glaucoma testing, and pre- and post-operative care.

You will find we have an excellent team of doctors, a knowledgeable and friendly staff, flexible appointment hours and a variety of frames in our optical shop to ensure the perfect fit for your lifestyle. We have an extensive selection of diagnostic contact lenses at our fingertips to provide you with great vision comfortably and efficiently.

Reagin Optometric Group would like to thank you, our patients, for entrusting us with your eye care and eyewear needs over the years!

Reagin Optometric Group

216 Church Street
Decatur, Georgia 30030

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  • Lauren Dyak, O.D.

    Dr. Dyak, originally a native of South Florida, graduated from high school in Beijing, China, and then attended Miami of Ohio for her undergraduate education.  She received her Doctorate of Optometry from Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, IL.

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  • Lindsay J. Marshburn

    Dr. Lindsay Johnson Marshburn is proud to call Decatur home.  Dr. Marshburn is originally from Peachtree City, GA and attended the University of Georgia before receiving her Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Optometry.  While attending UAB, she was elected president of UAB's American Optometric Student Association and president of the Student Government.  

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  • Richard Reagin

    Dr. Richard Reagin has been practicing for over 20 years and is a true Atlanta native and grew up in Dekalb county. He did his undergraduate with Berry College in Rome, Georgia and lettered in both soccer and tennis.  

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  • Tyra Myers

    Dr. Tyra Myers is a Board Certified Optometrist specializing in the diagnosis and management of ocular disease and co-management of postoperative refractive and cataract surgeries. Originally from Kansas, she obtained a Bachelors in Science Biology and Chemistry in 2005 from the University of South Alabama (USA), Mobile, Alabama.  

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