All Eye Centers of Florida locations will be closed for the holiday on Monday, September 7th.

All Eye Centers of Florida locations will be closed for the holiday on Monday, September 7th.

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How To Wear a Mask With Your Hearing Aids

How To Wear a Mask With Your Hearing Aids

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.

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Meet Our Newest Doctors!

Meet Our Newest Doctors!

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.

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Celebrating Community Heroes Campaign

Celebrating Community Heroes Campaign

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 prizebox@ecof.com.

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Eye Centers of Florida Sponsors SWFOA Retreat and Conferences

Eye Centers of Florida Sponsors SWFOA Retreat and Conferences

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.

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Blue Light Lenses: Don’t Let Screen Time Ruin Your Eyes

Blue Light Lenses: Don’t Let Screen Time Ruin Your Eyes

Overexposure to blue light can have many adverse effects on your eye health. It can cause Digital Eye Strain, a condition marked by symptoms like headaches, and the inability to focus. It can cause dry eye. It can also cause long-term damage to the retina that may lead to vision-threatening conditions like age-related macular degeneration (AMD). As we spend more and more time in front of screens, we’re more at risk for dangerous levels of exposure to blue light.

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