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.

What to Expect with The ICL Procedure

  • Step 1 – A tiny incision is made under topical anesthesia.
  • Step 2 – The lens is injected into the eye.
  • Step 3 – The ICL gently unfolds and is placed behind the iris.
  • Step 4 – The ICL immediately closes after placement.

Testimonial from Candidate for the ICL

Nicola Tisdale of Port Charlotte had the ICL procedure done two years ago as part of a clinical study program at Eye Centers of Florida. Originally, she wanted to have LASIK surgery but Dr. Brown felt that she was a better candidate for the ICL procedure. “I was quite nearsighted and also had extremely dry eyes so I couldn’t wear contact lenses,” says Nicole. “I had worn glasses since the seventh grade and was so nearsighted I couldn’t see the clock next to my bed when I woke up”. “If my glasses weren’t where I had put them the night before, I wouldn’t be able to find them” she said smiling”! Read how the ICL changed Nicola’s life.