Wearing a protective face mask is essential to protecting yourself from COVID-19 and other contagious diseases. For many people, though, masks can be uncomfortable over long periods, especially when worn with other necessary items, like eyeglasses.
Fort Myers, Fla. Board-certified ophthalmologist Richard Mauer and board-certified optometrist Karen Ottenheimer have joined Eye Centers of Florida, the largest and most experienced eye care practice in Southwest Florida.
Eye Centers of Florida is celebrating SWFL community heroes September 14-25, 2020! Share what’s special about your favorite SWFL community hero on any of ECOF’s social media channels or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last month, the Southwest Florida Optometric Association (SWFOA) hosted its Annual Retreat and Conference, an education-focused event that brings optometrists from throughout the region together to broaden their expertise through lectures, networking, and continuing education courses.
Having issues keeping your glasses from fogging up when you’re wearing your mask? According to a recent WINK News story, you’re not alone. For more tips for avoiding foggy glasses when wearing a mask, read our blog about it.
At Eye Centers of Florida, we don’t just serve communities throughout Southwest Florida — we’re part of those communities. Our desire to give back, as well as our respect for the arts, is the reason that we have been long-time supporters of the performing arts in our community.