Welcome to Dr. C Vision Care

Your eyes are critical, and you only have one set. While eye capability can definitely be improved with current conditions, your eyes can’t be replaced. Protecting what we have is essential to maximize our vision and eyesight clarity as long as possible. An optometrist on our optometry team at Dr. C Vision Care can help. We serve Perdido Key, FL, Pensacola, FL, Lillian, AL, Elberta, AL, and the surrounding areas.

Early Diagnosis Can Be Easy with Dr. C Vision Care

Eye exams and eye care are important ways of protecting one’s eyesight. Not only do eye exam appointments confirm everything is working correctly, it’s also an important method of spotting issues and concerns early when they can be prevented or reversed the most effectively. We make a point to provide optometry care and to be proactive in helping to treat eye diseases. Remember, prevention costs very little; losing one’s eyesight is a tragedy when it could have been avoided.

Pensacola and Elberta Service

Eye exams with an optometrist are easy. By simply making an appointment at our Pensacola office, our team can provide a regular evaluation of your eyes, examine for any signs of development problems, and provide recommendations for what we are seeing in vision performance. Eye exams may include both a physical evaluation of the outer and inner eye as well as vision tests by an eye doctor. Eye exams can catch more than just vision issues; they can be influential in early detection of other health issues as well, such as diabetic changes for example.

Sun Protection Matters

Our office also provides an assortment of eyeglasses and sunglasses too. Our choices include the capability of prescription lenses being included, and we have an assortment of sunglasses with maximum sun protection as well. Let's face it; the sun can be pretty strong. Having protection outside can be important for both comfort and potentially even for eye health.

Visit Us for Eye Care from an Optometrist on Our Optometry Team

So, whether you're in Lillian, AL, Perdido Key, FL, Pensacola, FL, Elberta, AL, and other areas nearby, come get an eye exam from an optometrist on our optometry team. Our team at Dr. C Vision Care can set up your first visit and get your eyecare on track going forward. Call us today to get started. Call us at (850) 456-2019 for more information from an eye doctor on our team.

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About Us

  • Mary Chabonneau

    Dr. Mary Charbonneau was born in St. Petersburg, FL as a fifth generation Floridian. She graduated from Wake Forest University in North Carolina with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and Pre-Med. She went on to receive her Doctor of Optometry degree from Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL. She then completed her residency at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Johnson City, TN through Southern College of Optometry. 

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  • ​Dr. Charles A. Charbonneau

    Dr. Charles A. Charbonneau is a Board Certified Doctor of Optometry.  He grew up in Oscoda, Michigan and attended Ferris State University, graduating in 2004 with his OD degree.  He then joined the United States Navy, and served as an officer and Optometrist in Okinawa, Japan, Jacksonville, FL and Rota, Spain.


9409 Hwy. 98 West, Ste. 50, Pensacola, FL, 32506, US

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