Great Eyewear & Eye Care in Coral Gables
If you're looking for quality care with a traditional personal touch, give us a call. We look forward to the opportunity to serve your family's optometric eye care needs. We are conveniently located in downtown Coral Gables and would be delighted to have you as a patient.
Dr. Obregon is a strong believer in a thorough explanation of a patient's ocular health and vision conditions. He provides tailored recommendations for every patient, based on their history, background, and overall best interest. Dr. Obregon also examines and consults in Spanish and French.
OUR FOCUS IS…
Contact lenses are a convenient alternative to glasses, offering visual clarity and ultimate comfort!
We offer a special contact lens exam where we measure your eye's curvature to help us fit you with the most comfortable contact lenses for your eye shape and lifestyle needs.
If you have never used contact lenses before, we will gladly teach you how to use them and insert them in your eye. Once you've done it a few times, it will become second nature.
Ensuring crisp and clear vision is only one part of first-rate eye care. Our eye care professionals focus on the long-term health of your eyes and vision.
We use the latest in optometric technology and inspect your eyes thoroughly with a comprehensive eye exam for precise diagnoses and optimal treatment.
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As we provide both medical and routine eye care, we accept a number of insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs.
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