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At VanBuskirk Opticians, M. Todd VanBuskirk and our entire optometry team are committed to providing advanced vision care in a professional and comfortable environment. As an Optician in Naples, our primary eye care service includes a complete eye exam that analyzes eye health and vision function. In addition to eye exams and vision testing, M. Todd VanBuskirk and our team of optometry professionals provide testing for glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration. Our optometrist also offers glasses, contact lenses, and pre- and post-operative care.

Eye Exams

At VanBuskirk Opticians of Naples, our licensed Optometrist offers complete eye exams for patients of all ages, including children. Our doctor of optometry offers the following services: refraction (prescription for glasses), binocular vision skills, color vision screening, visual fields testing, eye health assessment, and treatment plans for eye conditions, infections, and eye diseases.

We begin every eye exam by asking a few questions about your visual history, your lifestyle, your work or school environment. Our Optometrist is committed to finding the absolute best prescription just for you. It’s what you say that matters most.

At this point we will use the auto refractor to measure your prescription. We will formulate a calibrated, nuanced prescription in detailed fractional measurements. This Rx may provide the clearest eyesight but will then be interpreted to find the prescription that yields the greatest comfort, efficiency and ability to process visual information.

Ideal vision requires both precision and professional guidance. Our Professionals will show one prescription against two others, a visual compare and contrast that helps to explain and demonstrate just the right one for you. Using both his expertise and experience you will then receive a prescription best suited for your vision and comfort. We can’t wait to see you!

Contact Lenses

Oh so many different lenses…..why?  Because there are so many different types of eyes and vision……From soft contacts to semi-hard to bifocal contacts, there are many varieties of contact lenses to choose from. Just as no two fingerprints are alike; your eyes have an individual, distinct shape and texture. VanBuskirk Opticians can custom fit your contact lenses to your unique eye size and shape. Best of all, contact lenses can be created for all patients who need correction of near and distant vision, mono vision, astigmatism, bi-focal, multi-focal and post-surgical corrections. Our Optometrist can help you determine the best type of contacts for your eyes, using keratometry readings and corneal topography.


Your new glasses define your image, mark your presence, spotlight your best features, and allow you to see with the clarity and comfort you’ve always wanted. The same goes for your contacts: they’re vivid and revealing, yet comfortable and safe.

At VanBuskirk Opticians, pinpointing your ideal look is what we do. We’re here to care for you. Fitting you with our precision, customization, and most of all, expertise. The result is a look that will have you confidently looking at the world, as they confidently look back at you! Some of the brands we feature are:

Stop by and see our vast selection of designer eyewear choices

New patients receive $50 OFF complete pair of eyewear first visit.


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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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