Due to the easing of restrictions by CDC, AOA and FOA, we will be able to start seeing “routine eyecare” patients starting Monday, May 4th 2020.

Please call the office at (941) 753-2020 to request an appointment!

NOTE: Rest assured that we are fully complying with the recommendations and protocols put forth by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and continually monitoring updates from the CDC and Department of Health.

We are requiring everyone that enters the office to wear Mask, non-contact temperature check and hand sanitization!

Every touched points/items are sanitized, such as doorknobs, pens, chairs, equipment, and so on… after each patient encounter!

Each frame touched is being sanitized after each patient!

Appointments are spread out to keep social distancing and to give us enough time to sanitize after each patient!

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Eye Disease Diagnosis & Treatment

Help for macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, and more.

The surprising truth about eye disease is that there are often no symptoms early on.

Only your eye doctor can detect eye diseases at an early stage when there is a better chance to develop an effective disease management plan.

Don’t delay — early detection is key. Schedule an appointment at Eye Care Family Vision Center today.

What are the most common ocular diseases?

There is a large range of eye diseases and conditions. Here are the most common —