Welcome to the Southwest Florida Eye Care Optical Shop!
It’s often been said that your eyes are your window to the world. If that’s true, then don’t we want to make sure they have the right frame? Southwest Florida Eye Care presents a broad selection of eyewear for all members of your family. Whether you are looking for good value or the latest fashion, our optical eye center offers eyewear in a wide variety of styles, materials, and colors.
Visit our optical shops to see the latest in fashion frames!
To order your contact lenses, please call the optical eye care location nearest you.
20% off your second pair
Anti-reflective or AR coating
AR coating is placed on eyeglass lenses to decrease glare from lights and the sun. It also reduces reflection on the lens, so your eyes can be seen.
The scratch coating protects your lenses from scratches.
Transitions is a brand name for lenses that darken when outdoors and lighten when indoors. Advancements in technology have improved these lenses tremendously over previous versions.
Recommended in all children’s eyeglasses and for active adults, this is the most impact-resistant lens you can buy.
High-index lenses are ultra-thin lenses, even if you have a very strong prescription.
Your eyes need protection from the sun, just like your skin. UV-protected lenses are recommended for all eyeglass wearers.
Single vision lens
A single lens that corrects for farsightedness, nearsightedness, or astigmatism.
A single lens that corrects for distance vision and one for near (reading) vision. On bifocal lenses, the line dividing the two powers can be seen.
A single lens that corrects for distance, one for arm’s length (such as computer use), and one for near vision (reading). The lines that divide the three powers can be seen.
Progressive lenses work like bifocals or trifocals but without the dividing line. The lens transitions smoothly for natural, uninterrupted vision.