Meet the Team

Dr. Trina Jones, O.D.

Optometric Physician
Laser Surgeon

Dr. Trina Jones was born and raised in Arkansas, and while she has lived in Oklahoma for over 36 yrs she is still a Razorback at heart. Even so, that doesn't cause her any conflict rooting for the Sooners, Cowboys or TU and of course our beloved Thunder. After serving in the Army she came home and started college at University of Arkansas Ft. Smith for her Associate's Degree. Transferring to Northeastern State University she completed her BA with a double major in Vision Science and Biophysics, going on to complete her Doctorate of Optometry 2 yrs later. She was awarded Outstanding Young Woman of the Year twice in 1983 and 1985. In 1990 she was nominated for Outstanding Working Mother of the Year.

Dr. Jones has been in practice for over 34 yrs. While in practice in Oklahoma City, she had a child with severe special needs. Because of that personal experience she served on The Early Intervention Task Force for the state of Oklahoma to develop a vision screening program for children at high risk for vision impairment through SoonerStart. She moved back to the Tulsa area over 15 yrs ago and is thrilled to call this home again.

Her practice philosophy is to provide caring personal eyecare and contact lenses, and educate the patient so they can understand and participate in their own vision needs. Education is very important for the patient to be as involved in their own health care choices as well as having good communication and confidence in their doctor. She wants to create the relationship that continues from childhood to the golden years. Also it is her goal to do so in a comfortable, relaxed non rushed setting so you never feel like cattle. Your eyes matter to her.

There are so many choices for your eye care that she prides herself on staying on the forefront of the latest choices, surgical options, treatments for chronic and acute eye health problems available for each patient’s individual needs and desires.

Dr. Jones has many hobbies and passions. She is a pilot, has enjoyed road cycling, cooking and most recently has taken up fine art painting. She lives in Bixby with her two dogs.



Ryan Hylton

Ryan Hylton isn’t actually an optical assistant. He’s a Director, Producer, Photographer, Former Soldier, Security Consultant, Writer and Comedian. He doesn't work in the office on a daily basis but is in charge of our productions and visual media presence. He is bi-city living between Nashville and Tulsa.  They opened up the original Lifetime Eyecare practice in Tulsa Hills and has been a part of the expansion to the Woodland Hills Mall office location. 

Ryan has been through the woods and back and returned to repay Dr. Jones for helping his dreams come true by trying his best to help hers come true. He’s dedicated to customer service and his happy-go-lucky attitude is positively infectious. Bringing his charm from his time with Second City, Chicago, he makes it a priority to have a fun, relaxing, experience with every patient that comes through. Whether it’s camera lenses or contact lenses Ryan wants to make sure you see your story clearly.



Jackson the Wonderdog

Jackson is the returning office mascot for Lifetime Eyecare Solutions. A Rescue dog of Dr. Jones, Jackson lost both of his eyes due to untreated glaucoma and was found with matted hair doing circles in the middle of the highway. Since then this sweet old dog has been given a loving home and far too many treats. He's real friendly and loves kids. He will be joining us occasionally at the Woodland Hills location but due to his age we will be limiting his work schedule somewhat. You will love him if you are lucky enough to come in on a day he's scheduled to work. With proper care and medical prevention Jackson would still have his eye sight. You don't have to end up the same way.

10% off annual supply of contacts (certain restrictions apply)

Office Hours

Oklahoma City Office

Monday:

10:00am -6:00pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00am - 6:00pm

Thursday:

10:00am - 6:00pm

Friday:

10:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday:

10:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday:

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Tulsa Office

Monday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Jones is an amazing doctor! She's so caring. She takes the time to listen and puts her all into each and every patient. It's obvious that she loves what she does. I've recommended her to family and friends in the past and will continue to do so! Can't wait to visit her new office!"
  • "Dr.Jones and her staff are amazing. Truly care about your eyes and they don't rush you in and out. Very friendly staff. They also have a coffee corner while you wait. So I got to enjoy some coffee."

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