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.
Save big on school supplies for your eyes! $40 lenses (a $239 value) with frame purchase. Applies to polycarbonate lenses with an anti-reflective lens treatment.
We live in an age of information — and misinformation. Myths about health care spread across the internet every day, and it can be difficult to know what to believe. As a parent, we understand that you want to do the best for your family’s health, and that means being able to distinguish between myths and the truth.
It’s not a stretch to claim that children’s vision is extremely important, but most people don’t know the real consequences of undiagnosed vision problems in kids and teens.
If you wear glasses, you’ve probably gotten used to them, but odds are, you’re not as used to wearing a mask. Wearing a mask over your nose and mouth is one of the best ways to protect yourself and others from infection, but you’ll often notice shortly after putting one on that when you exhale, your glasses fog up, making it difficult to function.
Did you know that your eyes may be at risk of permanent damage from the sun? Most people are aware of the dangers of sunburn, but ultraviolet light from the sun can also harm your eyes and affect your vision if you’re not careful.
JUVÉDERM® is one of the most trusted names in dermal fillers. JUVÉDERM® uses a proprietary form of hyaluronic acid to make skin look smooth, bright, and youthful in less than a day!
Celebrating Community Heroes Campaign Eye Centers of Florida is celebrating SWFL community heroes on their social media channels Friday, June 26 - Thursday, July 9, 2020! Share what’s special about your favorite SWFL community hero on ECOF’s Facebook, Instagram,...
During cataract surgery, the eye’s natural lens is removed and replaced with a clear, intraocular lens (IOL). The same way the surgical technology and experience of the surgeon can make a major difference in the quality of your surgery, the IOL used can affect the procedure’s outcome.
If you’re experiencing problems with your vision that make completing everyday tasks difficult, then you may be suffering from a cataract. At Eye Centers of Florida, we believe that the quality of your vision can greatly impact the quality of your life — you deserve to live life with clear, cataract-free vision!