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The Family Eye Site

Pembroke Pines Optometrist

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Welcome to The Family Eye Site! Your vision is the most valuable sense that you have. That is why you should be concerned about your vision or the health of your eyes.

Regularly visiting an optometrist is important for people of all ages. Even if your vision is fine, an optometrist can help find early signs of disease such as diabetes.

Even those who do not wear eyeglasses or contacts should still visit an optometrist because it is important to have your vision checked regularly with an eye exam. Call now to make an appointment!

Dr. Kennedy and his staff were amazing. I've been seeing him since 2008, and he is the only doctor that has had the patience to help me get the right prescription since I had a corrective eye procedure many years ago. My eyes are very different but I am really satisfied with the care and throughness of every exam he does on me. His new office is closer to me which makes it more convenient. His staff was very friendly and kind. I received an email and post card letting me know of his new location. I also recieved text message reminders for my last appointment. I would recommend Dr. Kennedy and his attentive staff to anyone.

Martha Beckenstein

Services

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams

  • Prescription Eyeglasses

  • Contact Lens Exams

  • Designer Frames

  • Order Contact Lenses

  • Primary Eye Care

  • Rx Sunglasses

  • Eye Injuries

  • Vision Testing

  • Eye Infections

  • Eye Conditions

  • Ortho-K

What Services Do We Provide?

An optometrist offers a variety of services related to the eyes. The most services common include eye exams. Eye exams can be routine, medical or devised so that the doctor can prescribe glasses or contact lenses to improve vision. Additionally an optometrist can help with finding diseases of the eye and with emergencies involving the eye. Each office may have different services, depending on who is on staff, so call ahead to find out what is available.

How Can I Prepare for My Appointment?

Contact us to find out if we will be dilating your eye as part of the exam. If so, you will want to have a driver available since you will be sensitive to sunlight. Additionally, make sure you bring your existing glasses or contacts (or a copy of your prescription) and information about any medicines you take. This information can make it easier for the doctor to identify problems or changes with your eyes. Finally, relax - an appointment with the eye doctor is usually a quick and minor doctor's visit.

Contact Our Optometrist Today

If you would like to learn more about what to expect from a visit to the optometrist or to make your appointment today, call now!

Our location

Office Hours

Primary

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Call us Today For Help!

☏: (954) 416-2149