The right eye wear can make a big difference in your eye care. While you do want to make sure the eye wear you choose looks good and fits well with your personality and lifestyle, you also need to consider a few other things.

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Many patients have an idea of the kind of design they want for their eye wear. However, the type of vision correction that is necessary for you will in fact determine the lens design that is best for you. Vision correction might include single vision, bifocals, or progressive lenses .

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Today most eyewear is made of plastic. This means are lighter, thinner, and more comfortable. There are also polycarbonate options available that are even lighter than standard plastic. We can assist you in making the right choice.

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Finally you need to consider the type of treatment you want on your lens. This could include UV protection, no-glare, smudge-, or scratch-resistant. We can assist you in making the right selection that suits your needs.

Frames stocked

Brands carried for women:
Altair
Anna Sui
Bebe
Blink
Deux Face
Fysh UK
Genesis
Invincilites
Magnetix
Project Runway
Revlon
Revolution
Savannah
Sophia Loren
Tommy Bahama
Vivian Morgan

Brands carried for men:
Altair
Ethan Henry
Evatik
Genesis
Hackett Bespoke
Hackett London
Invincilites
Joe
Joseph Abboud
Magnetix
Revolution
Safari
Sleek
Stetson
Tommy Bahama

Sun Wear:
Avalon
Bebe
Daisy Fuentes
Randy Jackson
Stetson
Tommy Bahama
Vivian Morgan


Interested in contact lenses?

Download the contact lens patient information form here.


WHAT TYPE OF GLASSES fit your FACE SHAPE?

Let us help you choose the right frames.

oval-shape

The oval face can wear almost any frame. Avoid low or dropped temples, oval or round styles, and heavy asymmetrical designs. Instead, start with a classic rectangular or butterfly shape. Look for a frame that is at least as wide as the broadest part of face.

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Square-shaped faces are generally proportionate in length and width. They are characterized by a strong, prominent jaw line, square chin, and broad, deep forehead. Avoid high temples and square-shaped frames. Look for soft oval shapes to help soften the natural angles.

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Round faces feature a soft curved appearance with few natural angles and are characterized by equal length and width. Avoid round and square-shaped frames. Instead, try a geometric or rectangular style that will add contrast and accent their features.

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The heart-shaped face is characterized by a wide forehead, high cheekbones, and narrow jaw line and chin. Although a tough fit, the heart-shaped face looks great in rimless styles as well as softened cat-eye and butterfly shapes