We feature a large selection of eyewear in masculine, feminine and unisex designs. You will find rimless, Zyl, Titanium, and Memo Metal material in many styles and sizes. For those requiring reading glasses, in addition to the tried and true standard frames, we offer an outstanding selection of hand-painted, stylish “half-eyes.” We are also proud of our extensive children’s collection of designer eyewear, the largest in our area. View our Eyewear Collections page for more information on the frames on display in our optical.
Our Lens Products
Choosing ophthalmic lenses is always an important part of your eyewear selection process. When you visit our office our team of eyecare professionals will recommend the lens product and technology that will best serve your vision needs. We also are available to recommend new reading glass lens designs that greatly improve the performance and comfort of the user. Our Progressive Lens of choice is the Varilux Comfort and Varilux Panamic designs by Essilor.
The latest big breakthrough in the field of lenses has been in aspheric lenses. Aspheric lenses are available both for single vision and multi-focal prescriptions. When one adds state-of-the-art lens materials in a aspheric design, the clarity and precision of the lens is incomparable. We have high index materials in glass and plastic, impact resistant polycarbonate and standard state-of-the-art resin designs. We are very strong believers in anti-reflective coatings, both in clear lens materials and photochromic lens materials.
The latest big breakthrough in frame materials has been titanium. Titanium is an alloy formed with steel and aluminum. It is very light and very strong. The feature that makes titanium most appealing in our area is that it resists corrosion. It is especially useful to patients who are exposed to a marine environment, or salt spray while sailing.
Your purchase includes a workmanship guarantee for one year. Frames themselves are guaranteed in relation to their quality and manufacture, some frames are guaranteed for up to 2 years depending on the quality and style.
Blue light is high-energy visible light that pushes a great deal of energy into the eye, affecting circadian rhythm and, over time, macular health. Exposure to blue light can come from a variety of technologies including computers, smartphones, television and LED lights.
Our doctors are well-versed in the effect blue light can have on your vision and the risk factors it presents, which include diabetes and high blood pressure. Based on your specific needs, our doctors will provide the best possible methods and lens technologies available to protect your eyes from blue light exposure.