info@miamigardenseyecare.com

Office Address

123/A, Miranda City Likaoli Prikano, Dope

Phone Number

+0989 7876 9865 9

+(090) 8765 86543 85

Email Address

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Because our interdisciplinary team comprised of eye doctors, opticians, optometric technicians, tattoo artists, and aestheticians are here for all of your eye care needs, including your beauty regime. We provide preventative & routine medical eye care services as well as safe aesthetic services.

routine eye exams
diabetic eye care
lid hygiene
ocular emergencies
contact lenses
eyeglasses
sunglasses
Eyebrow services (Microblading & Ombré powder brows)
Eyelash extensions
Permanent eyeliner
lip blush

Eye infections can be very serious and can have multiple causes that need to be treated in different ways. If you suspect you have an eye infection, call our office 305-621-3830 especially if you are experiencing any of the following: fogginess, veils, flashes of light or floaters.

If your vision has changed in a sudden or dramatic way, there is a reason for it. While many of these reasons are benign, some reasons are sight-threatening. Please call us IMMEDIATELY, 305-621-3830 especially if you are experiencing any of the following: fogginess, veils, curtains, flashes of light or floaters.

EVERY 12 MONTHS. We recommend that everyone over the age of five have a complete eye exam every year. If you’re experiencing eye discomfort, vision loss, or blurry vision, you should schedule an eye exam even if your last eye exam was less than a year ago.

Children should have eye exams every 12 months.

Our doctors recommend that every child have their first eye exam by an eye doctor before they start school. If parents notice vision problems before, make sure to schedule an appointment with one of our trusted doctors.

A comprehensive eye exam consists of a series of tests to determine overall eye health and vision correction needs. A contact lens exam is additional testing to fit the patient in the best contact lenses for their eye and prescription.

The retina is responsible for sending light images to the brain for processing what we experience as vision. Retinal photos allow our doctors to evaluate your retina the day of your exam and furthermore document its appearance for comparison at subsequent exams. This is crucial to maintaining lifelong vision health.

We want you to be completely happy with your eyewear purchase! We will do everything we can to make sure your glasses are made correctly. If there are any problems, please let us know within 30 days of picking them up. We will be more than happy to remake your lenses to an equal or lesser value lens to accommodate your vision at no additional charge; however, no refund will be given for the cost difference.

Before making an appointment it is important to read thoroughly through the Pre/Aftercare section of our website. This is to ensure you are a candidate for permanent makeup, and that you book an appointment when your healing time is ideal (like allowing 2 weeks to heal before an event, etc.).

Either get your eyeliner done 2-3 weeks before your surgery, or you must then wait 3 months or until your doctor gives you the release to proceed with permanent eyeliner.

Yes, you must be 3 months post-surgery or have a release from your eye surgeon prior to that.

You must have the form of glaucoma that does not require medication. If you use prescription medication for any eye condition, you must have a release in writing from your doctor.

You must remove lenses for the procedure and it is recommended that you wear glasses if possible for 2-3 days after. This is precautionary to prevent irritation and possible eye infections. If you need contacts to see and don’t have glasses you will need to keep them out the remainder of the day and have someone drive you home. With strict hygiene you may begin wearing them the next day.

Yes, but it is recommended that Microblading is performed before Botox treatment. If you have already received Botox, please wait 2-3 weeks to get your brows done.

Yes, a full-face procedure will take 3-4 hours. In fact, one advantage is that your aftercare and healing time for all the areas is consolidated into the same time frame.

No, you must refrain from wearing mascara and other eye makeup while in the healing stages. It is recommended that you discontinue the use of mascara for 7 days and then resume with a brand new mascara to prevent any possible contamination or infection. Wearing mascara during the healing process can contribute to possible infection and removal of the mascara during healing can interfere with color retention.

Either get your eyeliner done 2-3 weeks before your surgery, or you must then wait 3 months or until your doctor gives you the release to proceed with permanent eyeliner.

Yes, you must be 3 months post-surgery or have a release from your eye surgeon prior to that.

You must have the form of glaucoma that does not require medication. If you use prescription medication for any eye condition, you must have a release in writing from your doctor.

You must remove lenses for the procedure and it is recommended that you wear glasses if possible for 2-3 days after. This is precautionary to prevent irritation and possible eye infections. If you need contacts to see and don’t have glasses you will need to keep them out the remainder of the day and have someone drive you home. With strict hygiene you may begin wearing them the next day.