When it comes to glasses, we understand that our patients don’t simply want to see well, they want to look good. That’s why we offer a wide selection of stylish frames including those from top eyewear designers. Once you’ve selected the frames you love, we will help you determine which lenses are right for you, taking sun exposure, glare and durability into consideration.
We are proud to have a huge selection of eyewear with over 1000 frames to choose from. Our inventory is always changing and being updated so you are sure to find that perfect pair. Here is sample of some the designers that we currently carry.
There are several options when it comes to choosing lenses. We look forward to helping you select the one that best suits your prescription.
- Glass Lenses While glass lenses are the most scratch-resistant and provide the best optical quality, they are heavier and thicker than other materials.
- Plastic Lenses Lighter than glass lenses, plastic lenses are also less scratch-resistant. Special coatings can help make them more resilient.
High Index Lenses Thinner and lighter than standard plastic, high index lenses also have the benefit of providing scratch resistance and UV protection without a tint. We recommend them for high prescriptions because they minimize edge thickness.
- Polycarbonate Lenses Similar in benefit to high index plastic lenses, these have the added advantage of being extremely resistant to impact. For that reason, we recommend polycarbonate lenses for safety glasses and for children’s eyewear.
Anti-Reflective Lenses By diminishing glare and reducing reflections, this treatment results in better vision with less eye fatigue. In addition, others can clearly see your eyes, which is particularly important in business environments. New technology guarantees that your anti-reflective lenses will resist scratches and stripping.
Polarized Lenses By reducing the intensity of the sun’s glare and allowing only certain light waves to pass through, polarized lenses result in less irritation, clearer vision and better depth and color perception. While regular sunglasses or tinted lenses simply diminish the light level, polarized lenses actually reduce reflections off horizontal surfaces like roads and water.
Transitions (TM) Lenses These technically advanced lenses adjust as the light changes, darkening in outdoor light and quickly becoming clear indoors, so eyes are protected and comfortable in every environment.
We take the time to educate patients in the proper care, use and maintenance of their contact lenses. Our office stays abreast of the latest advancements in contact lens technology, offering a wide selection that includes disposable, planned replacement, gas permeable, soft bifocals, colored contacts and lenses to correct astigmatism. We specialize in hard-to-fit contact lenses, and also fit patients with keratoconus and those who need prosthetic contact lenses.