Contacts and Eyeglasses Specialist
At Associated Eye Physicians, we understand that your eyeglasses should not only provide clear vision but also reflect your personal style. That’s why our experienced team of ophthalmologists and optometrists offers a diverse selection of frames in our optical shop. We also provide the opportunity to try different contact lenses to find the perfect fit for your vision and comfort.
What Are the Different Types of Contacts?
At Associated Eye Physicians, you’ll find a large variety of contact lenses to sample before you buy. Dr. Bertolucci and the experienced team understand that when it comes to contacts, it’s a very personal choice, and they want to help you find the best fit. Contacts lenses should correct your vision based on your individual prescription and also work well with your lifestyle, so the team offers different types of lenses for you to sample, such as:
- Daily, weekly, or monthly disposables
- Toric lenses for patients with astigmatism
- Multifocals or bifocals
- Rigid gas-permeable
What Types of Lenses Are Available?
Whether you need bifocals, progressives, or single vision lenses for your new glasses, you can select from a wide range of options, and the latest technology, such as:
- Thin, high-index plastic lenses
- Polycarbonate lenses
- Scratch-resistant coating
- Anti-reflective coating
- Photochromic lenses that transition in sunlight
There are many choices available for contact lenses and glasses, and the team of specialists guides you each step of the way. They provide individual attention for all your vision needs so you don’t feel rushed.
How Do I Choose the Best Eyeglasses for My Face?
It’s important to select glasses that look as good as they function, so you get optimal vision correction in a frame that complements your facial features and personal style. The team invites you to come in and browse their full line of designer frames for every budget at their optical shop. When you are trying on glasses, keep the following guidelines in mind:
- Overall face shape: round, square, angular, or oval
- Skin tone and color
- Eye color
- Lifestyle; office wear or althletic
Additionally, your prescription may influence the type of frame that works best for you. For example, if you need bifocals or progressive lenses, certain frame shapes can optimize your prescription. Your provider advises you and answers any questions you have to select the best frames and lenses.