The right eyewear can achieve more than just utility—it can make a bold statement about the wearer and augment her or his natural beauty. With this attitude, EyeStop's knowledgeable staff channels their inner fashionistas to fit guests with minimalistic or artistic frames from Laura Ashley, Dakota Smith, and Vintage and Calligraphy. A team of licensed doctors evaluate the health and visual sharpness of eyes, fitting carefully selected frames with the proper lens to bring far-away surroundings and foregrounds back into focus. These doctors write prescriptions for contacts, single-vision and bifocal lenses—as well as trifocal lenses if you have another eye on your forehead—all of which are created in EyeStop's onsite lab.
Dr. Douglas Miner and Elite Optical’s experienced staff members sharpen up blurry vision with eye exams, LASIK evaluations, and a spread of fashionable wares. Comprehensive eye exams (a $140 value) make use of the latest in eye-checking technology to identify any impairments, diseases, or insecure irises in need of a confidence-boosting compliment. Afterward, the knowledgeable staff will guide customers through the extensive collection of designer spectacles from brands including Bebe, Dior, Ray Ban, Coach, Silhouette, and Kenneth Cole, as well as sport frames for athletes participating in swimming, skiing, biking, or tater tot paintballing. This deal also offers 30% off a second pair of glasses, but the frame and lenses must be included to receive the discount.
Eclipse Eyewear fashions chic sunglasses from a selection of 1,500 frames from high-end brands such as Chanel, Prada, and Versace. Luxurious shades stand against walls and look out from display cases, eager to slide over patrons' eyes to shield them from harsh rays or pigeons' attempts to make eye contact and demand breadcrumbs. Though some Eclipse Eyewear locations vend purely UV-protective shades, the Tempe, Arizona store and Seaport Village store in San Diego, California also sell prescription sunglasses.
Nationwide Vision Center enhances patients' sight with eye care, eyewear, and advanced laser corrective procedures. During comprehensive exams, the eye care specialists seek out early signs of diabetes-related issues, glaucoma, and cataracts. The team of optometrists and ophthalmologists has also provided LASIK corrective treatments for over 35,000 clients using FDA-approved laser systems.
The store stocks over 1,200 frames from brands such as Guess, Prada, and Calvin Klein. For lenses, treatment options such as photochromatic auto-tinting and anti-reflective coating protect eyes from harsh rays and nightly tussles with the paparazzi.
Scottsdale Center for Sight's founder, Dr. Paul M. Petelin, knows eye surgery—he's completed more than 10,000 LASIK surgeries, and is often the one other doctors go to when they're faced with a challenging case in their own practices. With Dr. Petelin at the helm, the center's patients can rest easy, whether they're getting a quick eye exam or going in for a more significant treatment. Dr. Petelin clarifies vision with cataract and lens-implant surgery, and diagnoses and treats glaucoma and age-related retinal diseases through surgery, medication, or laser treatments. As one of the first in the state to perform all-laser LASIK, the center specializes in bladeless LASIK corrective surgery, which is said to result in fewer surgical complications and gives patients more peace of mind.
Dr. Gerald Walman has been practicing eye surgery since 1979 and now clears vision with corrective procedures. Delinquent corneas cower before their reshaping LASIK lasers, which adjust the eye's internal curvature and bring the world, with the exception of fun-house mirrors, into crisp focus. They also brighten cloudy, cataract-afflicted eyes with implant surgeries and lift drooping eyelids with laser rejuvenation treatments.