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Town Center

Since 2008, Vision Express has served as a dedicate and caring provider of quality vision services to Town Center and its surrounding communities; utilizing advanced diagnostic technology to provide modern eye care services, influding comprehensive eye exams, vision correction, and more.

InFocus Eyecare Town Center is ready to see you now


  • Eyeglass Exams
  • Contact Lens Exams
  • Retina Imaging
  • Diabetic Exams
  • Dry Eye Treatment
  • Glaucoma Management
  • Treatment of Infections & Injuries
  • Kids Exams
  • Myopia Control


We work with most major health and vision plans.

  • EyeMed
  • VSP
  • Spectera
  • Davis
  • Aetna
  • UHC
  • Cigna
  • Medicare
Dr. Allison Falden, O.D.

Dr. Allison Falden, O.D.

Allison Falden, O.D., F.A.A.O., F.C.O.V.D, a graduate of the University of Florida and Nova Southeastern University, entered eyecare fueled by a fascination with neurology. Discovering the crucial role vision plays in learning, reading, behavior, and overall functioning, Allison specializes in the neurology behind the visual system, genuinely dedicated to assisting patients facing challenges beyond clear vision. 

Allison's clinical care passions encompass providing comprehensive visual assistance for individuals of all age groups, from infants to seniors. Her expertise includes addressing prescription eyewear needs and effectively managing conditions such as glaucoma. Thriving in full primary care settings, her specialization extends to vision therapy and rehabilitation, tailored to those with challenges in vision-based learning, including reading and comprehension difficulties. Allison takes great satisfaction in working with patients who have experienced brain injuries, such as concussions or other Acquired Brain Injuries, aiming to facilitate their functional recovery.

In addition to her clinical expertise, Dr. Allison Falden has dedicated six years as a Vision Source Administrator in North East Florida and served as the President of the North East Florida Optometric Association Board. Holding a fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry and board certification in Vision Therapy and Development as a Fellow in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, she brings a wealth of expertise. Her contributions extend to writing for Optometry journals and collaborating on a Vision Therapy book. Notably, she has provided consultancy services at Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital, specializing in addressing vision problems arising from brain injuries and head trauma.

 Dr. Kimberly Quinones

Dr. Kimberly Quinones

Kimberly Quinones, a graduate of Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida (2002) and The New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts (2007), chose a career in eyecare after a transformative experience with her optometrist during college. Prior to a trip, Kimberly sought assurance that she would see everything clearly, and the impact it made inspired her to help others experience the world with optimal vision and comfort. 

With a passion for educating patients about the health of their eyes, Kimberly completed an Ocular Disease residency at the Daytona Beach VA Outpatient Clinic in 2008. She values imparting knowledge to empower her patients in maintaining their ocular health.

Kimberly's professional memberships include the American Optometric Association, Florida Optometric Association, and Northeast Florida Optometric Association. In her leisure time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and family, engaging in outdoor activities, and exploring new destinations through travel.

Dr. Jamie Taylor

Dr. Jamie Taylor

Dr. Jamie Taylor, an optometrist from Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry, brings a wealth of knowledge and a passion for eye care to the community. Having completed both undergraduate and optometry school at Nova Southeastern University, Jamie's dedication to optometry stems from a desire to assist people with their vision needs.

Specializing in family eye care and contact lenses, Jamie is committed to providing comprehensive and personalized care to every patient. Whether it's fitting specialty contact lenses or offering routine family eye care, Jamie's clinical care passions reflect a deep commitment to improving the vision and overall well-being of the community.

Beyond the clinic, Jamie enjoys spending time with family and friends, emphasizing a balanced approach to life. With a warm and caring demeanor, Jamie is dedicated to fostering healthy vision and building strong relationships within the community.

Michelle Flores
October 9th, 2023

My experience at this location has always been very exceptional.

I'm not exaggerating when I say the entire staff are very pleasant and proffesional.

They all make you feel comfortable and address all your doubts and questions.

Definitely recommend.

Janet Finkle
October 3rd, 2023
The service was wonderful..

The service was wonderful. They talked me through everything that we were doing and answered any questions I had. Also they caught something that a doctor I had seen prior to them didn't. I will be using them again.

Ashley Smith
December 4th, 2019
A big thank you...

A big thank you to Dr. Rogers and the staff at Vision Express in the Town Center! I received appointment reminders, a warm welcome, and excellent service. I purchased blue light reflecting glasses, and WOW, what a difference they’ve made at work. There is significantly less strain on my eyes after staring at screen 8+ hours a day. They had a wide selection of frames and (very patiently) helped me pick out the perfect pair. I had a great experience here and will definitely recommend Vision Express to friends and family.

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