From basic frames to designer ones, from contact lenses to prescription sunwear, Eye Supply has eyecare needs covered. To ensure prescriptions are as accurate as possible, doctors also provide eye exams and polygraph tests for existing prescriptions.
The optical team at Eyeglass Factory on Broadway adheres to the protocols of founder Sandy Wong, who eschewed the sale of egregious add-ons and gimmicky frames for simple, stylish eyewear. They manifest this vision with a collection of chic and traditional frames and sunglasses from such designers as Hugo Boss, Coach, Gucci, and Vera Wang, which house scratch-resistant and progressive lenses. The team also augments eyesight with single vision, bifocal, and multi-focal contact lenses.
For more than two decades, the lead optician at Stony Brook Vision World has shared his vast knowledge and experience with people who have been seeking out the latest frames and diagnostic technology. In addition to dispensing glasses, which are made in the onsite lab, he screens and treats patients for cataracts, glaucoma, and other ocular botherations. A testament to his passion for eye care, a glass case displays a variety of antique instruments that, like 19th-century laws mandating the use of monocles, were used to alter people's vision many years ago.
A distinctive bespectacled sig signifies the turn-of-the-century brownstone that houses the practice of Dr. Stuart Friedman, a proud graduate of the New England College of Optometry who improves the ocular health of his community from a neighborhood optometry office that blends old-school charm and modern-day technology. Inside, a stunning array of frames from labels such as Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Tom Ford, and Gucci await new faces from their perches within a hardwood-accented dispensary. Exams showcase Dr. Friedman’s commitment to up-and-coming technologies, with an onsite lab that carves out precision optics and a retinal camera that snaps accurate records and prepares patients for next season’s eye-activated microwaves.