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Welcome to VanBuskirk Opticians
Your Optician in Naples, FL.

Call us at (239) 649-1011 today.

When trusting your vision to someone else don’t you want to know that they are professional?  Meet VanBuskirk Opticians….A family owned and operated Optician that has been in Naples for over 40 years. We know our customers and they know us. We’re family owned and when you come in, you notice that. We’ve dedicated ourselves to getting you the best frames for you fashion style and the best vision correction to get you back to perfect.

We Specialize in Progressive Lenses and Fashion Eyewear to offer a wide variety of custom lenses, perfectly fit to your prescription’s most exacting standards. We have an on-site lab which allows the utmost in quality control.  Our associates, also a fashion conscience team, are continually educated to be up date with the latest trends and technology of lenses, lens coatings and products. Our professionals have been skilled by top lens companies and keep themselves current on the newest lens enhancements and treatments.

Allow our associates to assist you in selecting great-looking, exclusive eyewear with the perfect fit of lenses for your prescription. Your frame selection process will be highly personalized and we pride ourselves in helping you find the perfect eyewear for your personal taste and lifestyle. We provide style services to our clients or you may schedule an appointment with one of our on-site stylists.

M. Todd VanBuskirk
Naples Optician | VanBuskirk Opticians | (239) 649-1011

798 Neapolitan Way
Naples, FL 34103

Monday:

9:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

9:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

9:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

9:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

9:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Review From Our Satisfied Patient

  • "Both my wife and I have been clients for the past three years. Excellent, personable service. Nice selection of frames and good advice on which one to select."
    Ted M.

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