We are proud to announce that we are an exclusive provider for TOMS glasses & sunglasses. You can now put your prescription in your TOMS glasses and use your insurance benefit (if eligible) for your eyewear!
One for One Your TOMS Eyewear purchase helps restore sight to an individual through sight-saving surgery, prescription glasses, or medical treatment. With restored vision, individuals can return to school or work. Adults are able contribute to the household and no longer require extra care. And children can refocus in school.
TOMS has helped restore sight to more than 200,000 individuals around the world.
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Our Calvin Klein and CK Trunk Show and Grand Re-Opening is next Wednesday, May 28 from 3:00-7:00.
We will be giving away TWO FREE PAIRS OF SUNGLASSES as well as other awesome Calvin Klein prizes. Everyone who stops by is eligible to enter the raffle – no purchase necessary.
If you have recently been into our office, we may have discussed a new anti-reflective coating that protects your eyes from a percentage of the blue light emitted from electronic devices and fluorescent lights. Hoya’s Recharge EX3 anti-reflective coating reduces eye strain and headaches associated with computer use as well as providing the same benefits as the anti-reflective coating that we’ve always recommended: reduced glare from electronic devices and while driving at night, scratch resistance and a 2 year warranty on the lenses.
Additionally, here is a brief description of why we feel that this coating is so important for your eye health:
There has been a dramatic increase in the number of diagnosed cases of macular degeneration and that number is expected to continue to grow. Macular degeneration is most often related with age; however, studies have shown that blue light speeds up the deterioration of the tissues of the macula and it is expected that more and more people are going to be diagnosed at younger ages in the future.
The macula is located in the central area of the retina and is responsible for your vision when looking straightforward and your ability to distinguish colors. Macular degeneration occurs as the tissues in the macula begin to weaken and breakdown and there is no known cure for the most common form of it.
There are typically no warning signs in the early stages of macular degeneration, which is why a yearly eye exam is so important even if you feel your vision has not changed.
Stay sunny and stylish with your Valentine… buy a pair of glasses for your sweetheart and get a pair for yourself 1/2 off! Now through Friday, February 14 only.