After a visit with one of our doctors, the Optical Shop at the Eye Clinic is the perfect place to get your next pair of glasses or contacts. We’ll also accept prescriptions from any provider and most vision insurance plans.
Besides the convenience of being onsite at the Eye Clinic, the Optical Shop offers …
- A full range of contact lenses
- The latest technology in lenses
- The widest selection of frames in the area, including a large selection of children’s frames
- Competitive pricing – a full price range of lenses and frames, including value packs and frequent specials and discounts
Our wide range of contacts include disposable lenses, bi-focal lenses, toric lenses and contacts in several colors. Our expert staff helps you select the right contacts for your lifestyle and prescription. Many prescriptions are already in stock.
Contacts are a good alternative to glasses for many people. They won’t collect precipitation and blur your vision during inclement weather. They eliminate the distracting barrier between the eyes and the real world that some people feel with glasses, and they don’t detract from your natural appearance.
It's easy to order your contacts online through the Eye Clinic. You will also save money! Click on the link above and you will be taken to a secure site to order your contacts and have access to discounts and rebates. If you are not a patient at the Eye Clinic, you will need a prescription dated within the last year.
We take the time to help you find a pair of glasses that will help you see and look your best. We do precise optical measurements to make sure your glasses will fit well and work well with your prescription. Once you order your glasses, it takes about 10 days to get them made and sent back to the Optical Shop. We will contact you when they come in.
We offer …
- Free cleaning and adjustments for the lifetime of your glasses
- One-year warranty on the frames and lenses
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee
- Repairs – many can be done at the Optical Shop while you wait
Glasses have three basic types of lenses.
- Single Vision: Your glasses have one optical power, most often to help you see clearly up close or in the distance, depending on your eye prescription.
- Bifocal Lenses: Bifocals lenses have two different optical powers. They are commonly prescribed for people with who have difficulty reading small print and have difficulty viewing objects at a distance. With bifocals, the top portion of the lens is used to view objects at a distance, and the bottom portion is used for reading.
- Progressive Lenses: Progressive eyeglasses feature multifocal lenses that allow for a seamless viewing of objects both near and far. Instead of two distinct viewing powers like bifocals, people wearing progressive lenses can look up from a book and see clearly across the room. Progressives also lack the horizontal line visible in bifocals that separates the top and bottom portion of the lens. We offer both digital and standard progressives.
Your lenses can be coated to help you see better in different situations.
BluTech Lenses provide improved contrast, acuity, depth and color perception. The most technologically advanced lenses on the market, they are ideal for both indoor and outdoor environments and protect eyes from harmful UV rays and high-energy blue light. They are particularly helpful for people who frequently use electronic devices, such as a smart phone or computer, and expose themselves to harmful light spectrums.
Fashionable Transition lenses seamlessly adapt to changing light environments, from clear indoors to dark outdoors and every shade in between, which reduces eye fatigue and strain and eliminates the need for prescription sunglasses. They also protect eyes from harmful blue light emanating from electronic devices.
Anti-reflective coating reduces glare and allows more light through your lenses. Also called anti-glare coating, it can improve your vision, reduce eye strain and make your eyeglasses look more attractive. This is because of the coating’s ability to virtually eliminate reflections from the front and back surfaces of your eyeglass lenses.
Polarized lenses, which are found in sunglasses, reduce glare and are particularly effective if you spend a lot of time on or near water. The lenses filter out sunlight that bounces off water, snow and pavement.
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From traditional frames to the latest look, we’re proud to offer frames from the best providers we can find. Take a look at part of our selection …