We are constantly striving to stay at the leading edge of vision care for you and your family.
Check this page for current information about how we are providing you even better care.
Adidas Advanced Sunglasses
Correct your vision while you sleep with Paragon CRT! Ask us about contact lenses that correct your vision while you sleep and provide clear vision all day after taking them out in the morning.
Eyes of Faith and VeggieTales Frames
We received one of the first frame shipments from a brand new faith-based frame company. Eyes of Faith contributes generously to Christian charities and the frames are pretty nice too! VeggieTales eyewear features premium flex-metal construction and the words "God made you special" imprinted inside each temple.
Air Optix Aqua Multifocal
Our office is the fist in the area to offer our patients the next generation of bifocal contact lenses.
We now offer a large selection of Prodesign frames. High quality and modern style.
Prescription for cosmetic eyelash improvement. Newly FDA approved to increase eyelash thickness and length. We now offer exams and Latisse product![/span8] [/row]
Wiley-X performance sunglasses. Specially designed for motorcycle riders (patented removable foam insert), fishermen (and women), racing sports, tactical and shooting sports, and other active outdoor lifestyles. Very reasonably priced for the quality of product.
New Research Shows Consumers Who Purchase Contact Lenses Online Face Greater Eye Health Risks Due to Not Following FDA Safety Recommendations
ST. LOUIS, MO--(Marketwire - January 4, 2008) - Purchasing contact lenses online may save consumers time, but the process could cause more problems in the long run, according to a new study reported in the January issue of Optometry: Journal of the American Optometric Association. The research, conducted by Joshua Fogel, Ph.D., and Chaya Zidile of Brooklyn College, found that individuals who did not purchase their contact lenses from an eye doctor, but from an online site or store, are potentially placing themselves at greater risk. The findings indicated that online and store purchasers (consumers who get their contacts at a wholesale club or optical chain outlet) are less likely to adhere to healthy eye care practices, as recommended by their eye doctor.
Report, do you get what you pay for? Click HERE to see a report by Good Morning America concerning prescription eyeglasses from commercial chains. See what can make the difference by going to private offices like ours.