Optical

Eyewear Selection

We carry over 600 frames at each of our locations with designer brands such as Oakley, Ray Ban, Koali, Lightec, Marc Jacobs, Kate Spade, Oga, Nomad, Calvin Klein, MK, Nike, Nine West, Liz Claiborne, and many more! We also have a large selection of children’s eye wear including brands such as Miraflex, Ray Ban, Nike, Flexon, and many more.

Warranty and Repairs

Most of our frames and lenses come with a one year manufacturer warranty. Repairs and adjustments is free and complimentary at our offices.

Lens Options

The options in lenses include single vision, bifocal, trifocal, multi-focal or progressive (no line bifocals). We carry the latest free form progressive lenses that have minimal blue or distortion areas and as a result patients rarely have adaptation problems.

All of the above lens styles come in the following materials:

  • Regular Plastic (CR39)
  • Polycarbonate: shatter resistant
  • Trivex: shatter resistant with minimal chromatic aberration
  • High Index: for strong prescriptions to make the lenses thin
  • Our anti reflective coating have three layers to make them scratch resistance and easy to clean.

All of our glasses are inspected for quality and accurately before they are dispensed.

Contact Lens Options

Astigmatism: Approximately 85% of the population has astigmatism. Astigmatism occurs when the surface of the eye is shaped like an American football so that light does not focus on one point on the retina. This can be corrected with special weighted contacts called Toric lenses.

Bifocal

If you need bifocals, there are three options with contacts:

  1. Multifocal Contacts
  2. Monovision: one eye is corrected for distance and the other for near
  3. Distance correction with contacts and reading glasses are used over them to read up close

Orthokeratology (Ortho-k)

If you ever wished to see clearly at a distance without glasses or contacts and are not sure about refractive surgery, orthokeratology might be for you. Sometimes called retainer for the eyes, in orthokeratology, the doctor designs a lens with the help of a device called a corneal topographer to gently change the curvature of the surface of your eye while you sleep. When you awaken in the morning, you simply remove the lenses and enjoy corrected vision all day. Learn more.

Sports Contacts

For people who are active in sports, no problem with fog as with glasses.

Lens Options

The options in lenses include single vision, bifocal, trifocal, multi-focal or progressive (no line bifocals). We carry the latest free form progressive lenses that have minimal blue or distortion areas and as a result patients rarely have adaptation problems.

All of the above lens styles come in the following materials:

  • Regular Plastic (CR39)
  • Polycarbonate: shatter resistant
  • Trivex: shatter resistant with minimal chromatic aberration
  • High Index: for strong prescriptions to make the lenses thin
  • Our anti reflective coating have three layers to make them scratch resistance and easy to clean.

All of our glasses are inspected for quality and accurately before they are dispensed.

Contact Lens Options

Astigmatism: Approximately 85% of the population has astigmatism. Astigmatism occurs when the surface of the eye is shaped like an American football so that light does not focus on one point on the retina. This can be corrected with special weighted contacts called Toric lenses.

Bifocal

If you need bifocals, there are three options with contacts:

  1. Multifocal Contacts
  2. Monovision: one eye is corrected for distance and the other for near
  3. Distance correction with contacts and reading glasses are used over them to read up close

Orthokeratology (Ortho-k)

If you ever wished to see clearly at a distance without glasses or contacts and are not sure about refractive surgery, orthokeratology might be for you. Sometimes called retainer for the eyes, in orthokeratology, the doctor designs a lens with the help of a device called a corneal topographer to gently change the curvature of the surface of your eye while you sleep. When you awaken in the morning, you simply remove the lenses and enjoy corrected vision all day. Learn more.

Sports Contacts

For people who are active in sports, no problem with fog as with glasses.