Frequently Asked Questions

Eyezen™ lenses are manufactured by Essilor are enhanced to combat digital eye strain. They provide comfort and protection for people who use smartphones, tablets, and computers for long periods of time.

Want to learn more about Eyezen™ lenses? Give us a call, come see us, or visit Essilor’s website here.

Oleophobic surfaces repel oil and hydrophobic surfaces repel water. Together these qualities mean less fingerprints, less  spotting, and less cleaning of your glasses. 

Photochromic lenses contain light-sensitive molecules that shift their structure once exposed to ultraviolet light. This shift in molecular structure allows them to absorb more light and take on a darker appearance which reduces eye strain and glare.

An optician is a professional who helps people with their vision. They have a good knowledge of different types of glasses and can help people choose the right type of lens for their needs.

When it comes to glasses, for the most part, you get what you pay for. Glasses that cost more are usually built with higher-quality materials, have better (or any) style, and are going to last a lot longer.

Prescription eyeglasses, on average, range from $200-$400 per pair. That average can vary, however, based on the quality and style of eyeglasses you’re looking for.

Pupillary distance is the distance between the center of your pupils, and it’s measured in millimeters. It’s used to determine which part of the lens you look through and needs to be as accurate as possible.

Astigmatism is fairly common eye problem that causes blurry vision at all distances. It’s caused by an imperfection in the cornea or lens.

Peripheral distortion is an optical effect that may occur in progressive lenses, which are eyeglasses with multiple focal points. It occurs when the lens is not properly aligned with the wearer’s eye, causing objects to appear distorted when viewed from certain angles.

Our warranty period covers 2 years for lenses and 1 year for frames.