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Welcome to Eye Care Specialists Of Florida
Your Eye Doctor in Kissimmee, FL.


Call us at (407) 483-0328 today

Eye Care Specialists of Florida: Your Kissimmee Eye Doctor

Eye Care Specialists of Florida is your dedicated Kissimmee ophthalmologist who cares about you and how your eyes see the world. We want to provide you with good eye health for a lifetime. To ensure our mission, we utilize state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and the latest techniques in eye care. The doctor and staff at Eye Care Specialists of Florida are proud to bring patients the highest quality of vision and eye care to meet their individual needs. Each patient receives personalized attention and a customized vision solutions. As your Kissimmee ophthalmologist, we hold ourselves to a high standard and have a long-standing reputation for providing patients with better vision and healthier eyes. From children to teens and adults to seniors, we provide eye and vision care for the whole family. Turn to us for comprehensive eye exams, refractive eye surgery and treatment for eye diseases, such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts. Eye Care Specialists of Florida is located in Kissimmee and serves areas surrounding Hunter’s Creek, Poinciana and Orlando.

Our Eye and Vision Services

We offer thorough vision and eye exams for all ages. Our comprehensive eye exams include a vision acuity test, eye performance test and eye health test. The vision acuity test evaluates your reading and distance sight. During an eye performance test, responsiveness to light, color vision, peripheral vision, eye muscle capability, eye team tracking and focus are evaluated. During an eye and vision exam, the health of the eyes’ structures are examined and tonometry is used to test intraocular eye pressure for signs of glaucoma. Our eye exams can also detect systemic diseases, such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol

We also offer eye surgery for cataracts and glaucoma. Prior to any ocular surgery, we run advanced diagnostic tests to ensure that you are a good candidate for eye surgery. After surgery, we automatically schedule follow-up visits, so we can monitor your progress. All around, we provide A+ patient care. We also provide treatment for blepharitis, dry eye and vitreous detachment.

Time for an eye exam? Have you had changes in your vision? Turn to Eye Care Specialists of Florida for all of your eye and vision needs. Give us a call today at (407) 483-0328 and schedule an appointment.

Office Hours

Office Hours

Monday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

See what our clients have to say about us

  • "Dr. Choudhri was extremely professional and thorough with my eye exam. She explained all of the procedures to me and was very patient with my questions. The staff is also helpful, kind, and knowledgeable. I recommend this doctor."
    - Pam L. / Kissimmee, FL
  • "I always look for excellent customer service, highly professional care and comfortable facility. Our experience met all our expectations."
    - Maria Alvarez
  • "Everything was just great! Starting from the doctor’s office staff, the doctor, all the consultations, exams, and the surgery, everything was great! Even with the plastic cover on my eye, I already can see that I can see everything more clear and bright. A new world is standing in front of my eyes. I can’t wait to have the other eye done."
    M.A.
  • "Dr. Choudhri did a beautiful job. It was a short time. I was very scared. But all went beautifully. Dr. Choudhri was son nice and caring. I can’t wait for the other eye to be done. Thank you and your staff for the loving support. You are the best."
    C.H.