The Metro Eye Care Optical Shop is conveniently located within our office for you to shop for your eyewear before or after you see our physicians. The optical shop can also accommodate your eyewear needs if you have a prescription from any ophthalmologist or optometrist. Our board licensed opticians have filled prescriptions and provided unmatched service for over 20 years. Our experienced staff can help you choose the best frames and lens design to suit your individual needs. We take pride in offering the most affordable and personable services available.
The Metro Eye Care Optical Shop carries the latest fashions in eyewear from many world-famous designers and lines, including:
- Kazuo Kawasaki
- Maui Jim
- Flexon by Marchon
- Airlock by Marchon
- Dolce & Gabbana
- Kenneth Cole by Marcolin
- Dana Buchman
- BCBG by Clearvision
- Ted Baker
- Ann Klein
We use the best technology in our lenses to assure that you see clearly and comfortably. We have all types of lenses available including Varilux, Hoya, Kodak, Ziess, Teflon, Crizal, Transitions, and Digital Lens, with availability in polycarbonate, glass, plastic, trivex, Hi-index, and polarized sunwear. In addition, each pair of glasses is inspected at least twice before reaching a patient. Metro Eye Care is pleased to recheck your eyewear after your purchase, to assure you of its accuracy. We'll keep your eyeglasses clean, fitting right and feeling like new at no charge for as long as you own them. At Metro Eye Care, we help every patient look great in their new eyewear.
Over 30 million Americans wear contact lenses, according to the American Optometric Association. Unlike glasses, contact lenses move with your eyes so you can enjoy a larger field of vision with fewer distortions. You also don't have to deal with frames hovering in your peripheral vision or external lenses that fog up on cold days or get wet in the rain.
There are many different kinds of contacts, including rigid and flexible, extended wear, disposable and planned replacement lenses. Some can be made as bifocals or in different colors. After a thorough eye exam and consultation with an experienced physician, patients who qualify for contact lenses can discuss which type is right for them. All contact lenses require special care and cleaning. You'll need to make regular follow-up visits to ensure your eyes remain healthy.