Most people enjoy trying on eyeglasses and seeing how different they look in different styles in the mirror, but feel less than positive about which decisions they should make for their lenses. Thin, Ultra-thin, Lightweight, anti-glare coating, Transitions, Progressive lenses; everything starts to run together. Get ready for a different kind of experience at Wear Eyewear. Starting with your eye exam, our doctors will consult with you to uncover your needs and try to help you make decisions that work best with your prescription and your lifestyle.
When you leave the exam room and head into the optical, you will have confidence that your opticians will be completely versed in the latest lens technology available. Each of our highly qualified opticians is up to date on every facet of the optical industry. Our Opticians can answer any and all of your questions as they relate to eyeglasses, lenses, and lens options.
Do you have a higher prescription? Some optical's will let you pick a frame that won't work well with your prescription even with the thinnest lens they have available. Even with high index lenses, certain frames work better with certain prescriptions. Let us help you find the perfect frame that also fits your face.
Do you struggle with glare at night or on a computer screen? With the increased hours we now spend on the computer, glare can cause unnecessary eye strain. The most recent technology anti-reflective coatings can aesthetically and visually enhance any pair of glasses.
Do you need bifocals? Have you noticed that your current pair of glasses isn't working when you look up close? Progressive lenses have been around for over 40 years. Recently there have been vast technological advancements in these lenses. Make sure to get the newest technology progressives or no-line bifocals put in your glasses to help you see best at all distances.
Do you have a specific visual need? We have all the latest lens options to solve almost any problem you might have. Transition lenses that darken with UV exposure. Polarized sun lenses to help on those bright sunny days. Computer or office lenses to decrease the demand on your focusing system at work. Sports specific lenses for everything from golf to swimming. Safety lenses that meet the requirements of protecting your eyes from the dangers associated with your job.