While eye glasses themselves are not new, they are being designed by high
profile names and are made with the most innovative of materials.
Frames are generally made from plastic or metal. Now hypoallergenic
solutions are available if you suffer from skin allergies or you can
request a strong plastic such as polycarbonate. Some frames are also
highly flexible, reducing the possibility that they will break.
Even advancements in technology have allowed for the development of
specialized lenses. Trivex lenses are thinner, lighter and more impact
resistant than most plastics. Polarized lenses reduce glare and as a
result cause less eye fatigue. And Trivex lenses have chemical coatings
that allow them to transition form light to dark when moving from
indoors to outdoors. Hi-Index materials allow for thinner and lighter
lenses, making even the strongest prescriptions look nice, and our
Digital Hi-Definition Eagle Vision Lenses provide the most state of the
art lens design available for the sharpest vision possible.
When picking out eyeglasses, donít only think about your personal
style and how youíll look but also focus on how you would like your
eyeglasses to function in your daily life. Remember to select frames
that flatter your face shape and your coloring for the most appealing
look. Our staff are experts in the custom fit of your eye glasses to
provide the best fit, best comfort and best style
If you are interested in eye glasses as a corrective alternative and
you live in or around Wayland, feel free to contact our office to
schedule an eye exam with Dr. Schroedl today. We will gladly answer any
of your questions and provide you with the best treatment options
available to you.
Schedule an eye exam with Dr. Schroedl today or stop in and speak with
Debbie and learn how we can improve your looks, fit and comfort.
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