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Open your eyes to better eye care


Better eye care. This is the commitment of George, one of the premier eye care providers in the country. For almost six decades, George has been at the forefront of advocating professional eye care for its clientele, delivering the best solutions and service that conform to global standards.

George is the only optical company that conducts a complete eye assessment procedure called EyeCare360. More than the usual eye check-ups done in most optical shops, this goes deeper into the visual system to examine eye abnormalities that may lead cataracts, glaucoma and complications brought about by diabetes and hypertension.

To reaffirm its commitment, George’s flagship store in SM Megamall reopened its doors to customers on September 5 and marked its transition from George Optical to simply “George.”


The newly renovated store at the ground floor of Building A has two consultation rooms, with two licensed optometrists available at any time within mall hours.

Leading the George SM Megamall store reopening were its president Dr. Geoffrey Co, co-founder Belen Co, and George brand ambassador Gary Valenciano. Also present were special guests singer and songwriter Gio Levy, and guitarist and indie artist Joko Reantaso.


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