Jennifer D. Cecil M.D. LLC
1725 E. Prospect Rd., Fort Collins, CO 80525
Call us now: 970-221-2222
We are happy to announce we are officially part of the Eye Center of Northern Colorado Family

Jennifer D. Cecil, M.D., LLC

At Jennifer D. Cecil, M.D., LLC, it is our primary goal to provide all of our patients with the high quality of eye care they deserve. Our warm and inviting clinic is open to people of all ages. We have provided state –of-the-art general, medical, laser, and surgical care for Loveland, Colorado and the surrounding areas since 1993. We are located in Loveland, conveniently close to other health care providers, postal services, shopping and grocery.
What We Do

Our eye clinic offers a wide range of ophthalmology, optometry, and optical dispensary services that can help you manage your eye health and improve your eyesight. Our eye doctors and staff use cutting-edge equipment and technology to diagnose and manage ocular diseases for which early detection is key to receiving timely treatment and increasing your chances of optimal results.
We focus on the following service areas:

  • General and medical eye exams
  • Fitting and dispensing of optical goods including eye glasses and contact lenses
  • No-stitch cataract surgery
  • Glaucoma evaluation and treatment
  • Diabetic eye evaluation and treatment
  • Macular degeneration evaluation and management
  • Laser surgery for medical eye conditions such as Glaucoma and Diabetes
  • Dry eye evaluation and treatments
  • Emergency eye care
  • General ophthalmology
  • Comprehensive family eye care
We also maintain an optical dispensary. Distinctive Eyewear features an array of high-quality optical goods. Our eyeglasses come in a wide variety of frame styles and lense options for women, men, and children. We also offer many types of contact lenses.
We Can Help You

Your eyesight is precious. We understand the importance of having access to an eye care facility that can provide the services and equipment you need to keep your eyes healthy and to enhance and protect your vision. If you think that you or someone you know may require any of our services, don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to being able to help you.
Testimonials, articles, and reviews
Dr. Jennifer Cecil has been my Ophthalmologist for approximately nine years. She has performed routine eye care services throughout those years. In addition to routine eye care services, I had bilateral cataract surgeries performed by Dr. Cecil in 2014. The surgeries significantly improved my eyesight and I have had no residual issues/problems with my eyesight. Dr. Cecil's office staff is efficient and always willing to assist. Phone calls are promptly returned and questions or concerns are appropriately addressed. Dr. Cecil is professional, kind, knowledgeable and efficient. I do not ... Read more
From diagnosis to pre-op to surgery and beyond, Dr. Cecil and her entire staff have been fantastic. I was made to feel that all of my questions were important and that they would take as much time with me as needed. Day of surgery, Dr. Cecil made sure that I knew everything that was going to happen, and what sensations to expect.
I was a bit nervous, but am now confident that when my other eye needs work, it will be taken of professionally.

Anonymous 5/2013
Freed from the spectacles
By Mike Foley of the Loveland Reporter Herald

I don't think she knew she had a problem; at least not until her fourth-grade teacher told her mother, “She can't see the blackboard, ma'am, she has to walk up to within a foot of the board, and then has to squint to see what I've written on it.”
It was news to Mom, who replied, “It's just because her cousin has glasses, and she wants a pair too.”
The teacher convinced the doubter, and an appointment was made with an optometrist. On the fated day, she was taken in hand and delivered to the dispenser of optical correction for an exam, and when it was completed, the diagnosis was given; “She is nearly blind, missus, and you must keep an eye (is that a favorite phrase of opticians?) on her vision.”
She was fitted with glasses and the well-known “Coke Bottle” lenses became part of her look. Not too tragic for an 8-year-old, but as she matured and became a teenager—a beautiful teen I might add—those specs did nothing for her looks.
During those high school years she was gifted with a nickname; “Magoo” taken from an extremely nearsighted ‘50's cartoon character, “Mr. Magoo.”
She became a cheerleader, but wasn't elected because of how she looked with her glasses, not on your life. They were hidden away lest they be spotted by a classmate. She'd take her chances, and continue to make those trips to the blackboard—she never revealed how many toes she stepped upon on those treks.

Those closing words of the eye doctor continued to haunt her. ... Read more