During your eye exam, your optometrist will perform a process known as a refraction. This process will help the optometrist determine how your eyes focus and if you might need correction. Glasses and contacts are worn for the correction of blurry vision caused by a refractive error - which is treatable with a prescription from your optometrist.
At Optic Gallery, we've selected our collection of high-quality frames to reflect the latest in eyewear style, fashion, and functionality. Our offices carry selections from:
Whatever your age or eyewear needs, we have something for you!
We provide individualized instruction to each patient to ensure they are comfortable and confident in their new contact lenses. Our doctors are always prepared to help you navigate any discomfort or vision problems you may face with your current contact lenses. We provide care instructions and samples to every patient, as well as follow up care should you have any problems or questions about your prescribed brand.
Single Vision: Single vision lenses correct for one field of vision. This type of lens is designed for one vision correction throughout the entire lens and provides the largest viewing area in comparison to other types of lenses.
Multifocal Lenses: Unlike single vision lenses, multifocal lenses can have multiple powers of correction built into a single lens.
Anti-fatigue lenses: Anti-Fatigue lenses include a single vision prescription with a small boost of magnification at the bottom of the lens. This magnification supports near and intermediate vision by relaxing the eye muscles and reducing eye strain.