Just as there are many frame materials – metal, plastic, and more – there are also different types of lens materials of which eyeglasses are made. It’s all about matching your personal wants and visual needs to today’s high tech lens materials.

Advancements in technology have allowed for the development of many specialized lenses. Polycarbonate lenses are thinner, lighter and more impact resistant than conventional plastic lenses. Hi-index lenses are thinner and have better optical properties. Polarized lenses reduce glare and as a result cause less eye fatigue. And photochromic lenses have chemical coatings that allow them to transition from light to dark when moving from indoors to outdoors

There are also many coatings and tints that can enhance your vision, improve the overall appearance of your lenses and make them more scratch resistant. We also offer the newest progressive lenses (no-line bifocals) and computer glasses.

Don’t hesitate to discuss your specific needs with us. We will be glad to recommend lenses that will enhance your lifestyle whether it is for work, sports, safety or general use.

Computer Glasses

Anti Reflection Coating

Your eyes are the windows to your soul, and Crizal lenses let you express who you are. Crizal lenses stop reflections, so that people can see your eyes clearly. Now, you can always look your best- wherever life takes you.

Driving / Sunglasses

considering contact lenses for the first time?

It is important to schedule an appointment for a comprehensive eye examination. During this time we will discuss the options available to you that will best fit your prescription, your eye structure and your tear production.


COVID-19 Notice

We’re open for exams, frames and lenses following federal CDC guidelines for safe in-person office visits. There is a longer than usual wait for an appointment, so request a time soon to get the earliest opening in the schedule.