Eye Exam for Glasses

A comprehensive eye exam will also be given for patients who already wear glasses. This exam includes checking if your prescription has changed, as well as testing for cataracts and glaucoma.

All major brands of eyewear are available, as well as the latest prescription lens technology. The For Eyes state-of-the-art manufacturing facility ensures the most advanced level of quality control. And the dedicated store associates are committed to providing the highest level of customer service and focusing on fulfilling each customer's individual needs.

Types of Frames - What your frames are made of will determine both how they look and fit with your lifestyle. Some of the most common lenses include:

Titanium - Lightweight, durable and hypoallergenic. The perfect frames for active lifestyles or heavy prescriptions.

Plastic - Interesting shapes and colors. Lightweight.

Memory Metal - Lightweight, made primarily of non-corrosive titanium for flexibility and durability.

Stainless Steel - A sturdy, non-corrosive metal. It is extremely lightweight and often offers an ultra slim, sleek profile. Easily adjustable but not easily damaged. Discoloration is rare.

Screwless Hinge - As the name says, no screws gives you hassle-free maintenance and fewer adjustments.

Types of Lenses - Lenses are NOT all the same. That's why we'll take the time to ensure that the lens you select is suitable to your lifestyle, your prescription, as well as the frames you've selected.

Traditional bifocal lenses have two sections divided by a visible line to aid you in both distance and reading. A trifocal lens adds in an intermediate "arms length" viewing range in the middle of the lens, also divided by a line.

Multifocal progressive lenses are attractive, clear, and offer easy adaptation because there is no line dividing the lens. Instead, there is a gentle progression of correction from the top of the lens to the bottom. Breakthrough lens technology provides both bifocal and trifocal wearers better vision without distinct tell-tale lines across the lens.

Plastic - plastic lenses are lighter than glass, offer high abrasion resistance, quality optical properties and are available in almost any prescription.

Polycarbonate lenses are 20% thinner than regular plastic lenses; 25% lighter than regular plastic lenses. They provide your eyes with 99% Ultraviolet protection. Durable and scratch-resistant, they look great and they feel extra comfortable!

Advanced polycarbonate technology - These lenses are up to 28% thinner, 36% lighter and 47% flatter than regular plastic lenses. That means they are your most attractive lens choice — able to be fit into today's smaller, lighter frame styles and offering a new level of clarity even to those with very strong prescriptions. These advanced technology lenses are also safer; 10 times more impact resistant than regular plastic with superior scratch resistance — nearly 2 times more than coated plastic. They also provide 99.9% UV protection for your eyes.

Transitional lenses are clear indoors and at night but automatically adjust their level of tint to changing light conditions outdoors. They provide visual comfort and quality at any and every moment, helping you to see better today.

And just like sunblock protects your skin, Transitions lenses help preserve the health and wellness of your eyes for the future by blocking 100% of harmful UV rays, so you can see better tomorrow too.

Polarized lenses provide high definition vision through maximum glare elimination that regular sunglass lenses can't block out. In addition to the crystal clear optics you get from polarized lenses, they protect your eyes from the sun's damaging UV rays. So whether you're driving, golfing, fishing, playing outdoor sports or just hanging out, your eyes will thank you.

We currently accept the following insurance plans:

  SPECTRA (Some United Health Care Plans)
EYEMED (Some BC/BS or Humana Plans)
DAVIS (Some BC/BC Plans)

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