Welcome to Classic Vision Family Eye Care
Your Optometrist in Norman, OK.

Call us at 405-447-5001 today.

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Welcome to Classic Vision Family Eye Care in Norman. Dr. Jake Smith and Dr. Tiffany Spencer and the Classic Vision Family Eye Care team strive to provide the finest in optometry services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our optometry services, and invite you to join our patient family by scheduling an eye exam appointment at our Norman office.

Welcome to our website. We plan to use this website to tell you about some of the things that make our practice unique. We also hope to inform you about the many reasons you’ll be very comfortable and well cared for when you choose our office for your family’s vision care.

We have a very large selection of designer frames, and all of the services needed for your family’s eyecare needs. Our office is especially qualified to fit contact lenses. We accept most insurances.

By clicking on the various page links above and to the left, you’ll be able to learn about the philosophy that forms the foundation of my practice, a philosophy that is built on your comfort and convenience.

Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to working with you to make fulfill all your vision needs.

Let us help you “See the Difference,” quality eye care from Classic Vision can have on your life.

Dr. Jake Smith and Dr. Tiffany Spencer

Norman Optometrist | Classic Vision Family Eye Care | 405-447-5001

1141 36th Ave NW
Norman, OK 73072

Sign up using the form below or call 405-447-5001 to make an appointment.

Meet the Doctors

  • Dr.
    Jacob “Jake” Smith

    Dr. Jacob (Jake) Smith was born in Duncan, OK and graduated from McAlester High School. Knowing he wanted to pursue optometry, Dr. Smith went to Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK. He was then accepted to the College of Optometry at NSU, where he served as president of his class. He is a member of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians and the American Optometric Association.

    Jake is married to his high-school sweetheart Sarah, a Masters of Accounting graduate of OU and personal/group trainer. They have a 9 year old son Sebastian and a 5 year old daughter Whitley. Between the two of them, they are active in many organizations in the community: Rotary, Norman Chamber of Commerce, Junior League, Norman Next, Leadership Norman and Bridges.

    Dr. Smith enjoys traveling, cooking and of course, OU sports.

  • Dr.
    Tiffany Spencer

    Dr. Tiffany Spencer grew up in Miami, Oklahoma.  Her childhood dream of becoming and optometrist led her to Tahlequah, Ok, where she graduated from Northeastern State University as a Presidents Leadership Class Scholar. She completed her optometric education at NSU Oklahoma College of Optometry, graduating with honors.  She served as President of her class, as well as President of the Optometric Student Association.  She is a member of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians and the American Optometric Association.

    Dr. Spencer has been in private practice since 2012 and joined Classic Vision in 2016, where she provides complete family eye care, specializing in binocular disorders and pediatric vision. 

    Dr. Spencer is married to her high-school sweetheart, Grant, who graduated form the University of Oklahoma College of Law.  They were blessed with their daughter Audrey, in 2015 and their son Leo, in 2017. They live in Norman and are active members of St. John's.  Dr. Spencer enjoys spending time with family, cooking and cheering on the Sooners.

Testimonial

  • "They have a friendly staff always willing to help and Smith is an awesome eye doc always professional and takes the time out to answer your questions without making you feel like he's in a hurry."
    Tonya W. / Norman, OK
  • "I appreciate that you value my time as well as yours. Staff is friendly and helpful."
    Anonymous
  • "I was very impressed with the technology and honestly can't think of a single way to improve"
    Rocky G.
  • "You guys definitely get 5 stars. I'm always amazed at how fast you get me through and never miss a beat or step. So glad we found you and happy to be with you for a long time to come"
    Anonymous
  • "I appreciate how you provide "family" appointments where we can all rotate through the steps of an exam together at the same time"
    Michelle K.
  • "This was my first visit and I was very pleased. Everyone had a great attitude. Dr. Smith was very involved in our conversation and educated me on things I did not know. Overall a great visit."
    Anonymous
  • "5 star excellent rating-loved these folks for my 90 year old mom. Wish they were in Ponca City as I'd use them for myself, husband, son, and family"
    Augustine K.
  • "5 stars for sure! Thank you for helping me trying contacts!"
    Andrew S.
  • "Always a pleasant experience with Dr. Spencer. Five stars!"
    John B.
  • "The entire team is always friendly and professional. I have been given good care and my medical situation and financial options have been well explained. They are always willing to help with adjustments to glasses and field questions and issues with contacts"
    Theunis S.

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Classic Vision Family Eye Care

Monday:

8:00am

5:30pm

Tuesday:

8:00am

5:30pm

Wednesday:

8:00am

2:00pm

Thursday:

8:00am

6:00pm

Friday:

8:00am

5:30pm

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed