OPTICAL

 
  • Frames

    Frames

    We know meeting your eyewear needs takes more than a prescription and a frame. You can expect consistent, quality products and service when you purchase glasses from us. We have over 650 frames available. In addition, we offer a one year warranty at no charge.

    We carry the latest fashion frames. Several fashion names you may be familiar with: Nike, SPY, Dior, Ray Bans, Seraphin, OVVO, Vera Bradley, OGA, Menizzi, Silhouette, Candies, and Koali. We also have a collection of frame lines that are hallmarks in the frame industry, Tura and Marchon

    InVision is proud to introduce the Visioffice® System, a state-of-the-art dispensing tool that will help you achieve the best fit and optical clarity possible. We can measure your unique individual parameters to the nearest 1/10 of a millimeter!

    The Visioffice allows us to deliver the most precise, customized vision available by:

    • Recording and performing up to 20 measurements – those needed for today’s technologically advanced lenses.

    • Measuring the real 3D position of each eye’s unique eye rotation center (ERC) to create the most individualized lenses possible—eyecode™ lenses .

    Fashion

    New eyeglass frame shapes, colors and materials have transformed prescription eyeglasses from a vision necessity to a fashion accessory. Our staff does an excellent job in helping select frames for each patient’s face from a number of exclusive manufacturers. Much thought and consideration goes into selecting just the right frame for you.

    One way an individual can determine the most attractive eyewear choice is through face shape and color analysis. There are three keys to choosing the correct eyeglass frame for your face shape:

    1) The frame shape should contrast with your face shape.
    2) The frame size should be in scale with the size of your face
    3) Eyewear should repeat your personal best feature

    Use the link below to guide you through the frame selection process based on your facial features. Our opticians would also be happy to help you choose your new eyeglasses as well.

    http://www.eyeglassguide.com/app/interface/web/index.html?gclid=CMSxqqPt0rQCFStgMgodq0MA0A

  • We offer a complete selection of lens options that will address your visual needs and your style!

    Purchasing new glasses can be overwhelming. With so many options, understanding your choices may seem confusing. We have provided a link that will direct you to “The Eyeglass Guide”, where you can take a five-minute profile for customized eyewear information. The site is provided by Transitions™ lenses. As you will learn below, Transitions™ lenses are clear indoors and turn to sunglass-dark outdoors. They provide protection from UV radiation and glare, and are a favorite of our patients.

    We are sure this information will give you some ideas to discuss with our staff regarding your lens options.

    LENS TREATMENT OPTIONS

    Anti-reflective treatment- Our doctors suggest anti-reflective, or AR lenses, to help reduce eye fatigue in all situations, particularly while viewing computer screens, working under fluorescent lighting and driving at night. In addition to enhancing vision by removing distracting reflections, AR lenses are cosmetically desirable, as the wearer’s eyes are clearly visible behind the lenses.

    UV protection - The sun’s ultraviolet rays are associated with cataracts and macular degeneration. UV protection on lenses accomplishes the same thing as sunscreen lotion on your skin: it shields your eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays.

    Scratch-resistant treatment - This is recommended to protect lenses from every day wear-and-tear. Some materials, such as impact resistant and high-index lenses, include scratch protection at no additional cost.

    Photochromic lenses - These lenses darken and lighten according to UV exposure. If the wearer is in the sun, photochromic lenses darken; if indoors, the lenses are light. Photochromic lenses are available in virtually all lens materials and lens designs and come in two colors, gray and brown. Ask us for a demonstration.

    Polarized lenses - This lens is the top pick for eliminating outdoor glare. Hunters, boaters, fishermen, golfers and drivers will all benefit from the glare-cutting properties of polarized lenses. Any surface can create glare in sunlight, including water, sand, snow, windows, vehicles, and buildings. Polarization eases eye strain and fatigue in the sun.

    LENS MATERIALS

    Plastic - plastic lenses are lighter than glass lenses, and can be tinted to almost any color and shade. The most popular lens for many years, it is now being replaced by polycarbonate.

    High-index - technologically advanced high-index lenses create a thinner profile for those with strong prescriptions. These lenses are more comfortable, cosmetically appealing, provide better vision, better optics and lighter in weight than standard glass or plastic lenses.

    Polycarbonate lenses - an affordable option and the safest lens available due to its durability, UV protection, scratch protection and light weight properties.

    Glass - although glass provides clear optics and the best scratch-resistance, its weight and poor impact resistance make it a dangerous option.

    LENS DESIGNS

    Single Vision - This all-purpose lens is available in all materials, and can be used for either distance or near vision corrections.

    Multifocals (bifocals and trifocals) - This “lined” lens offers both distance and near in a single lens.

    No-line progressives - This lens corrects seamlessly for far, intermediate and near. Because there is no visible line, progressives have the appearance of single-vision lenses and are therefore the most cosmetically desirable multifocal.

    Specialty lenses - These lenses are recommended when certain work-related duties or hobbies require task-specific viewing for best visual protection and/or performance. There are special lenses for industrial and occupational purposes, musicians, sewing tasks, computer users and sports activities.

    Anti-Fatigue Lenses - Younger eyes have unique needs, your solution is a pair of Anti Fatigue lenses.
    Visual Fatigue Syndrome (VFS) is caused by focusing on objects, such as computers, that are 1-3' away for extended periods of time.  The symptoms of VSF are not only bothersome, they can also be painful, reduce the enjoyment of your day, and reduce the quality of your work.  Symptoms include: Tired eyes, headaches, eyestrain, neck and back pain.  These are the symptoms many suffer after long hours on the computer or participating in "close up" activities like working on small devices, playing an instrument, sewing or reading.....Greater comfort than standard vision correction thanks to the added benefit of "power boost" near vision lens area.

    Opti-Fog Lenses - Introducing a new breakthrough technology with superior anti-fog properties.  In daily activities at home, work and play, fogged lenses can be a real bother for eyeglass wearers.Optifog is a new breakthrough technology with superior anti-fog properties. It has an advanced anti-fog top coat that, when combined with the Optifog Activator, provides long lasting fog free vision. The top coat and the Activator work together like VELCRO. Each of their unique properties combine to create a revolutionary anti-fog solution. Lenses with Optifog provide the best and most durable protection against fog on eyeglass lenses
    http://www.optifogusa.com/EN/Pages/default.aspx

  • Contact Lenses

    We are dedicated to providing you with long term success in contact lens wear.

    Our contact lens fitting is unique as our doctors will personally fit your contact lenses. We begin with a comprehensive evaluation of the health of your eyes. Although we do rely on our staff they are well trained to teach you how to insert, remove and handle your contacts. The doctors will see you for your follow up care to evaluate the contact lens fit and prescription. In our office the doctor is the one most involved in seeing that you are a successful contact lens patient. Frequently our patients are surprised they can be successfully fit with contacts as they were previously told they were not good candidates.

    What kinds of contacts are available at our office?

    RGP - oxygen permeable hard contact lenses

    spherical
    toric (astigmatism)
    bifocal

    Soft lenses (replaced monthly, bi-weekly, or daily disposable)

    spherical
    colored
    toric
    bifocal (spherical and toric)
    extended wear

    Specialty

    Lenses fit for irregular corneas including keratoconus and corneal transplant.

  • Sunglasses - Prescription & Non-Prescription

    Sunglasses are a statement about you! Your personality and style can be reflected in your sunglasses. Our optical has an amazing selection of high quality sunglasses and a knowledgeable staff to help you choose the right pair. For those patients that need prescription sunglasses we will assist you with ordering the appropriate type and style you deserve. If you wear glasses full-time a prescription pair of eyeglasses is a must.

    Although fashion is very important, your sunglasses also serve to protect your eyes from the harmful rays produced by the sun. All of our sunglasses offer protection against ultraviolet radiation (UV). Harmful UV radiation consists of invisible rays from the sun that can burn your skin and damage your eyes. Protecting your eyes from UV can decrease your risk for macular degeneration and can also slow cataract progression.

    Again, we offer several quality brands of sunglasses: Nike, Ray Ban, Bolle, Serengeti, SPY, and more.

  • We offer a wide variety of optical and contact lens accessories. Fun readers, specialty contact cases, lanyards for glasses, Nature's Tears Eye Mist, lens cleaning sprays and cloths and specialty cases for glasses. Stop in and take a look!

    SUPPLEMENTS

    Nordic Naturals

 
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