Getting the best correction for vision and eye comfort is more than buying a pair of prescription lenses and a frame to put on your face. We consider how you will use your eyeglasses. Do you use a computer all day? Do you require a different power for seeing far, the computer or to read? How does your vision affect your work and profession?
Lens materials, lens coatings and colors, glare protection, and protection against injury on the job and at home are just some of the considerations we make when recommending what is right for you.
Should you have a thin lens-what type, a progressive, a digital-free form lens, a safety or tinted lens, is polarization good? What do you really need? We can educate you and help you decide.
When we recommend a lens, we also consider past or potential future surgeries, vision problems from childhood, what your work environment demands, and even how strong your visual system is and what demands you put on the system every day.
Children and seniors both require specific considerations which must also be made when eyewear is designed and ordered.
And, of course, you must look and feel great!
Feel free to discuss your particular needs and likes when choosing a set of frame and lenses from us.