The optometrist at Seacoast Vision Care welcomes patients from nearby Cape Elizabeth, ME!
People come to Cape Elizabeth, ME from all over to visit the Great Pond, Cape Elizabeth's largest wetland, as well as Portland Head Light - the former Keeper's Quarters to the Lighthouse which has been transformed into a popular museum and gift shop. In addition, there is Fort Williams Park, home to the oldest lighthouse in Maine. But for eye exams and vision care needs, residents rely on the best optometrist in the Cape Elizabeth, ME area at Seacoast Vision Care.
Cape Elizabeth's history goes back to when Samuel de Champlain visited Richmond Island around 1605 and a trading post back in 1628. In 1615, John Smith presented his map of New England to King Charles, who renamed what is today Cape Elizabeth in honor of his sister, Elizabeth of Bohemia. A lot has happened since Cape Elizabeth was first settled, but you'll still find the best eye doctor in the area at Seacoast Vision Care in Scarborough, ME - the eye clinic just a 9 mile drive from Cape Elizabeth that residents go to for excellent eye care.
Seacoast Vision Care's eye doctor and staff treat the vision needs of residents from the entire Cape Elizabeth area, handling everything from adult and children’s eye exams and hard-to-fit contact lenses, to eye emergencies, treatment of eye diseases and co-management of eye surgery, such as LASIK. Stop in to browse our selection of designer glasses or call today to schedule and appointment.