Our Doctors of Optometry can not only examine your eyes to determine your prescription and contact lens fit, but are also eye specialists who can check your eyes for cataracts, glaucoma and other retinal disorders. A thorough examination is your first line of defense in keeping your eyes healthy. If we find a problem we can help treat eye infections as well as prescribe medicated drops for conjunctivitis, acute red eye, corneal irritation and any other eye problems.
Watch your friends envy your new eyeglasses! This is the place to come for all your eyewear needs. We will help you choose the perfect frame which will complement your eye color, face shape and overall style. We want you to feel and look great in your eyewear. Here you will find frames and lenses to fit your lifestyle and occupation. Our frame selection includes plastic acetate, rhodium, titanium, wood, and stainless steel. Clue us in to your needs and preferences, and we will gladly help find the perfect frame for you.
Contact Lens Consultation
Are your lenses comfortable? Do they dry out? Are you able to read with your contacts? Do you want your eyes to look a little more blue (or green or purple)? These are all things our Doctor of Optometry will consider during a contact lens evaluation. If considering contacts for the first time, we will be happy to instruct you in how to insert and remove and care for your contact lenses. Plus, our contact lens prices are competitive with online companies.
Eyeglass Repair, Adjustment and Fabrication
Bring your eyeglasses in for our professional adjustments and repairs.* We will adjust your glasses so that they are comfortable and aesthetically correct. We will replace missing screws and nose pads. Adjustments are free of charge, so don't hesitate to bring your eyeglasses in to us! And with our state of the art
finishing lab staffed by our full time, ABO (American Board of Opticianry)
Certified Optician, you are guaranteed the most accurate, high quality finished product available. Is your Optician ABO Certified? Always look for this sign----->
*Frames purchased over the internet will only be
adjusted at the wearer's risk since they are usually
made of sub-par materials that melt when heated.