Our doctors will see children as young as six months old!
Unfortunately, we do not participate with any Medicaid plans. However, our self pay eye exams start as low as $99!
Progressive lenses are no-line multifocal eyeglass lenses that look exactly like single vision lenses. However, the prescription within progressive lenses changes gradually from distance to intermediate to near on the lens surface, providing the correct lens power for seeing objects clearly at almost any distance without those pesky (and age-defining) "bifocal lines" that are visible in regular bifocals and trifocals.
Fit is the most important aspect of progressive lenses. Your glasses need to feel right and function well for your needs. There are several different types/levels of progressive lenses, including: computer progressive lenses, premium progressive lenses, standard progressive lenses, etc.
Most people need a week or two to adjust to their new progressive lenses. Mature patients who’ve never worn progressives before may need a little longer to adjust.
Don't give up on your lenses! Wearing your new glasses is the surest way to a satisfactory transition.
Those that do not wish to use progressive lenses may opt for lined bifocals or trifocals. Some patients may even wish to have separate glasses for driving, reading, computer, etc.
New to contacts? This video will help show you how to properly insert and remove your lenses. We recommend that all new contact lens wearer begin with this video.
This video shows a slightly different method to insert and remove your contacts.
This video will help show you the proper way to insert, remove, and take care of your scleral contact lenses. Scleral lenses are a specialty lens. Only a small percentage of patients will fall into this category.
This video will help show you the proper way to insert, remove, and take care of your RGP contact lenses. Gas perm lenses are a specialty lens. Only a small percentage of patients will fall into this category.