Jody’s Optical has won the Reader’s Choice Best Optical for 20 of the last 21 years!
It’s no wonder Jody’s Optical is North Alabama’s most trusted choice for eye care. Our location in Florence, Alabama offers a convenient, one-stop solution to all your eye care needs.
We offer complete, in-house, eye care by highly qualified and experienced eye care professionals. Customers can have their eyes examined by one of our staff optometrists then walk to the next room to make their choice from our huge frame inventory and then have their prescriptions filled in-house at Jody’s. We offer same-day service on bifocals, trifocals and progressive lenses. To top it all off, one of our frame consultants will then custom fit each and every pair of glasses to your face for a perfect fit every time.
We also perform repair or replacement of your current prescriptions. Simply bring in your favorite pair of frames and your new prescription and let Jody’s staff fit the frame with new lenses.
Why choose Jody’s Optical for all your eye care needs?
- We offer an unconditional one-year frame warranty on all frames
- We offer same day service on bifocals, trifocals and progressive lenses
- Jody’s Optical has one of the largest frame selection in all of North Alabama.
- We stock over a thousand eyeglass and sunglass frames from dozens of leading brands.
How the Eyes Work
All the different parts of your eyes work together to help you see.
First, light passes through the cornea (the clear front layer of the eye). The cornea is shaped like a dome and bends light to help the eye focus.
Some of this light enters the eye through an opening called the pupil (PYOO-pul). The iris (the colored part of the eye) controls how much light the pupil lets in.
Next, light passes through the lens (a clear inner part of the eye). The lens works together with the cornea to focus light correctly on the retina.
When light hits the retina (a light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of the eye), special cells called photoreceptors turn the
These electrical signals travel from the retina through the optic nerve to the brain. Then the brain turns the signals into the images you see, light into electrical signals.