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Perfect Glasses For Your Lifestyle

We believe that your glasses should complement your lifestyle and meet your vision needs! With everyone having different priorities, jobs, and activities in their life eyewear is not a one size fits all. We want to help you select the perfect glasses for your lifestyle! Business Eyewear The savvy business professional wants glasses that enhance […]

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FAQ: Cataracts

Think you may be at risk for developing cataracts? Here is an overview of the most frequently asked questions about cataracts, including potential cataract treatment and congenital cataracts. Give our office a call and schedule an appointment to have your questions answered! What are cataracts? Cataracts are a clouding of the eye’s natural lens and […]

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Non-Glare: See Better and Look Better

We understand your eyewear has become part of your style and fashion. Not only do you want to show off your cool new frames, but you also want to make sure to reduce the glare on your lenses so people can see the natural beauty of your eyes. A non-glare coating is a simple lens treatment […]

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Smoking and Your Vision

Smoking harms nearly every organ in your body, including your eyes. It is the most significant preventable cause of disease and premature death in the United States. If you smoke, you have a higher risk of developing several eye diseases. Cataracts Cataracts are a clouding of the lens in your eye, and the leading cause […]

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Computer Vision Syndrome: Eye Strain

According to The Vision Council, 65% of adults experience some form of computer vision syndrome. Often individuals associate eye strain as a “normal” part of computer work. However, the eye strain you are experiencing is a symptom of computer vision syndrome and can be reduced or avoided! What is Computer Vision Syndrome? Computer vision syndrome […]

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Myths and Facts: Contact Lenses

Are you a contact lens wearer? If so, you’ve probably heard some myths about wearing contact lenses. Typically, these contact lens myths grow from an unusual experience or misunderstanding information. Many contact lens myths are based on the way contact lenses used to be, instead of the current design and technology of contact lenses. We […]

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Prescription, Polarized, and Performance Sunglasses

Sunglasses help protect your eyes from the harmful UV rays from the sun. The most important feature to look for in sunglasses is blocking 100% of UVA and UVB rays. However, there are many other features of sunglasses you can select to meet the needs of your lifestyle. Here is a brief overview of prescription, […]

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Are online eye tests any good?

Have you considered getting online eye tests? The idea of being able to get an eyeglass prescription and buy glasses without a trip to the eye doctor may sound appealing. Before ditching the traditional eye exams, there are a few things you need to know! Online Eye Tests The most important thing to know about […]

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March 23rd, 2020
Due to the ongoing COVID 19 situation our office will be open reduced hours from 10:00-2:00 Mon 3/30 through Friday 4/3. We will only be seeing emergency/urgent medical visits and will have a reduced staff on site to answer phone calls and take orders. As a means of practicing social distancing, we will offer curbside delivery for glasses and contact lens orders/trials. We ask that you text or call upon your arrival so we can meet you in the parking lot. We will be calling all patients scheduled for routine visits and moving their appointment to a future date.

 

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and are hopeful to return to normal schedule as soon as the situation safely allows.