Products

Eyewear

Kate Spade | Oakley | Banana Republic | Fossil | Nike | Vera Bradley | Boss Orange | Penguin | Liz Claiborne | Jimmy Choo | Maui Jim | and more!

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Eyewear

Kate Spade | Oakley | Banana Republic | Fossil | Nike | Vera Bradley | Boss Orange | Penguin | Liz Claiborne | Jimmy Choo | Maui Jim | and more!

Lenses, Coatings, Drivewear and Various Tints

DriveWear Lens

contact lenses

Contact Lenses & Solutions

Including Acuvue, Alcon, Bausch & Lomb, Coopervision, Synergeyes

sport eyewear

Sports, Sunwear & Motorcycle Wear

Office/Computer Lenses

Do you get headaches or eyestrain from staring at your computer screen? At the end of a long day in front of your digital devices, is it difficult to focus on objects in the distance? You may be suffering from digital eye strain. With most of the population working on computers for multiple hours a day, Our doctors wants to share some information on the benefits of computer lenses.

Dry eye masks

Scleral & SynergEyes Contact Lenses

Scleral contact lenses are large-diameter gas permeable contact lenses designed to cover the entire corneal surface and rest on the sclera, or “white” of the eye. The purpose is to allow those with irregular corneas or keratoconus to be able to wear contacts.

SynergEyes contact lenses are hybrid contact lenses, which combine the comfort found in soft lenses with the added clarity of hard lenses. SynergEyes lenses are ideal for those with irregular corneas.

 

TearCare

TearCare is a dry eye treatment that targets Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), which is the leading cause of dry eye syndrome. Tears are composed of three layers, a mucus layer, a water layer, and an oil layer. Any dysfunction of these components can cause tear instability, which leads to dry eye. Meibomian gland dysfunction occurs when there’s a problem with the glands in your eyelid that creates the oil layer of your tears. TearCare is a wearable eyelid technology that is administered in the optometrist’s office. The device is placed on the patient’s upper and lower eyelids, allowing the patient’s eyes to remain open and blink throughout the procedure. The TearCare device then administers gentle heat to the Meibomian glands to liquefy the meibum, removing blockages and stimulating tear production. The process takes about two and a half minutes.