When you first look into a mirror, what do you see? Your face! Because glasses play such an important roll in defining your individual style, it’s important the glasses you choose will compliment your facial characteristics, lifestyle and, of course, look great. So while choosing the perfect pair of glasses can be a daunting task, it doesn’t have to be. Let our trained professionals guide you towards the perfect pair of glasses for your personality, lifestyle, and your budget. We offer a full spectrum of eyewear from many of today’s top designers, so you can be sure to find plenty of great style choices. These are some of the designer frames that we carry: Alain Mikli/Mikli, Banana Republic, BEBE, Burberry, Bvlgari, Caviar/Cazal, CK/Calvin Klein, Dior/Christian Dior, Escada, Fendi, Giorgio/Emporio Armani, Givenchy, Gucci, JLO, Kio Yamato, Maui Jim, Oakley, O&X, Prada, Pro Design Denmark, Ray-Ban, REC SPECS (PROTECTIVE SPORTS EYEWEAR), Salvatorre Ferragamo, Swiss Flex, Tommy Bahama and many more! Designer brands vary per location. Our dedicated professionals are ready to help you find the perfect look and perfect fit.
We also provide specialty lens options for your optical eyewear such as transitions, polarized, anti-glare, polycarbonate, high index, progressive (no line multifocal), occupational lenses, sport goggles, and prescription sunglasses.
Single Vision: One focal point of vision, either distance or near.
Bifocal: Two focal points of vision, distance and near.
Trifocal: Three focal points of vision, distance, intermediate, and near.
Progressive: These lenses have many advantages over bifocals and trifocals because they allow the wearer to focus at all focal points without the visible lines.
Lens materials & benefits:
Standard plastic (CR-39): The standard basic material used for moderate prescriptions.
Polycarbonate: Light weight, very durable, great for active people- especially kids, and thinner than plastic.
High Index: Thinner and lighter in weight because the material is denser and suggested in high prescriptions and offer superior optics.
Super High Index: Thinnest lens alternative to standard plastic. Ideal for higher prescriptions and thinner than standard plastic.
Aspheric: Advanced optical design technology allows eyeglass lenses to be made with flatter curves than conventional lenses, giving them a slimmer, more attractive profile. Great combination with high index lenses.
Photochromatic: Photochromic lenses (also called variable-tint lenses or Transitions® lenses) doubles as 2 pairs in one that darken in the sun and clear indoors are convenient for people who spend a lot of time outdoors. A disadvantage of these lenses is that they don’t get really dark in a vehicle because they are activated by direct sunlight.
Polarized: This is the ideal alternative to just tinted lenses. Polarized have filters that block out reflected light rather than darkening it. This is great for driving or water and outdoor activities.
Anti-Reflective: Improves vision looking through the lenses and enhances the appearance of the glasses. Anti-reflective treated lenses cut out the glare especially night driving and reflections or working in front of the computer. The decrease in glare means that the wearer will notice their eyes less tired and strained at the end of the day.
Scratch-resistant Coatings: No eyeglass lens material (even glass) is scratch proof. However, a treated lens is more resistant to day to day scratching from cleaning or accidentally dropping your eyeglasses on the floor. Again, no lens material is scratch proof!
Ultraviolet (UV) treatment: Just as you would use sunscreen on your skin to protect from harmful UV rays you would protect your precious eyes as well. Overexposure to ultraviolet light is thought to cause problems such as cataracts, retinal damage, pterygium, and other eye conditions.
Don’t forget to use your flex spending account for your contacts, glasses, and prescription sunglasses!!!
Contact our optical department today to schedule a personalized consultation to find the perfect eyewear look!