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Four steps to "four-eyes"


Our opticians will help you select frames that not only look good, but feel great!

lens design

Driving glasses? Reading glasses? Everything in between glasses?

We have a lens for that.

lens material

Better materials lead to stronger, lighter, and thinner lenses.


Glare from night driving? Tired eyes from too much screen time? Transitions that work in the car? 

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Lens Designs

Single Vision

Single Vision lenses have one prescription distributed evenly throughout the entire lens.

They are suitable for correcting nearsightedness, farsightedness, and/or astigmatism.  

Countryside Road


Reading a Book


Laptop Work


Lens Design


Multifocal lenses correct for presbyopia (age-related farsightedness) and have various correction areas. They include lined bifocals, lined trifocals, and progressive (no-line) lenses.




Occupational lenses have correction for computer in the top and up-close reading in the bottom. These are not meant for full-time wear as they are designed for an indoor/office setting. 

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Lens Material


  • Sharp Optics

  • Inexpensive

  • Thickest Material

  • Heavy

  • Not Impact Resistant

  • No UV Protection

  • Not compatible with rimless or semi-rimless frames


  • Impact Resistant

  • Thinner than CR39

  • Lightweight

  • UV Protection


  • Impact Resistant

  • Sharp Optics

  • Thinner than CR39

  • Lighter than Polycarbonate

  • UV Protection

  • Compatible with rimless and semi-rimless frames


  • Sharp Optics

  • Thinnest Material - great for high prescriptions (above 4 diopters)

  • Lightweight

  • UV Protection

Lens Material
Lens Enhancements

Lens Treatments


Anti-Glare significantly reduces reflections on the lens surface, providing sharper and more comfortable vision. Premium anti-glare increases scratch resistance and durability on the lens surface. 

City Traffic at Night
Blue Light Protection

Blue light anti-glare works to reduce digital eye strain from staring at LCD screens (phones, computers, TV screens, tablets) for prolonged periods of time. Digital eye strain can lead to dry eyes, headaches, sleeplessness, and other ocular health issues. Blue light anti-glare works to bounce back the light before it reaches your eyes. 

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More commonly known by the brand name "Transitions", photochromic lenses use UV light to darken the lens. They offer a cost effective and convenient way to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays and bright sunlight. 

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