With locations in 10 states across America, Stanton Optical helps clients from Georgia to California achieve better vision with prescription glasses, sunglasses, and contacts. Its shelves are stocked with more than 3,000 frames and sunglasses from high-end brands, including Coach, Calvin Klein, and Armani. Full-service onsite labs help optometrists immediately craft glasses and clone monocles without the delay of sending eyewear elsewhere.
Started in 1961 by Dr. Stanley Pearle, the nationally recognized and trusted franchise now operates in nearly 800 locations nationwide. The master visionaries at Pearle are well trained in assisting all bespectacled beings, from casual librarians to picky, temperamental Cyclopes. Equip a corrective pair of Essentials frames starting at $99.95, or slip on a pair of designer eye enhancers, such as those by Anne Klein and DKNY ($149.95+) or Versace ($205+). Single-vision lenses adjust a singular field of vision ($120+ for scratch-resistant plastic), while specialty PearleTHIN complete lenses ($215+) are lightweight heavyweights.
20/20 Eyecare's optometrists examine eyes and dress them up in specialty lenses and designer frames. They can recommend gear for almost any pair of soul windows with a supply of scratch- and glare-resistant lenses as well as OSHA–certified safety glasses. Technicians offer free adjustments, perform minor repairs, and change glasses' oil, often with same- or next-day service.
As an Alcon–sponsored Dry Eye Center of Excellence, 20/20 Eyecare is notably equipped to treat dry-eye syndrome.
Shannon Aleksandr's Salon grooms and beautifies customers in a relaxing spa environment that fulfills patrons' desires for aesthetic and sensory excellence. The advanced-treatment facials make use of Éminence Organic Skin Care products, which rejuvenate and refresh visages with natural ingredients, eschewing harsh chemicals that damage skin, or passive-aggressive additives that insist on giving you LSAT prep books three Christmases running. Beauty-seekers can choose from four different options, each with a different, salutary skin effect. Those with highly sensitive epidermises can have their faces moisturized and ridded of dastardly free radicals with the anti-oxidant facial, and dry or mature skin can be saved from the evils of desiccation with the parsley and cucumber treatment that oxygenates, detoxes, and repairs tired and damaged cells. Acne-sufferers will benefit from the rosehip-and-maize facial, a cooling, exfoliating mask that infuses irritated skin with vitamin C, banishing pimples to strip-mall food courts and restoring balance to the face. Lackluster mugs can find their shine with the cleansing, exfoliating power of the paprika facial, which eviscerates stress and fine lines from kisser topographies, and includes a face massage. Each facial comes with a peel chosen by an expert aesthetician, and serves to delicately lift off dead and dry skin.
Ophthalmologists Dr. David I. Malitz, Dr. M. Alijajeh, and Dr. C. Mark Millsap team up with Doctor of Optometry Zach Rossman to clarify vision with Ohio Valley Eye Institute's range of cutting-edge eye-care services. Basic eye exams for children and adults test whether eyes need corrective lenses or LASIK. During cataract surgery, high-energy sound waves obliterate the cloudy intrusion into microscopic particles, and an intraocular lens usually eschews the need for stitches. The staff also brightens eye surroundings with cosmetic procedures such as blepharoplasty, which lifts drooping upper eyelids and tightens sagging lower lids, as well as Botox and laser resurfacing treatments. The ophthalmologists especially pride themselves on their surgical skills, having completely eliminated the need for glasses in many patients who have been told they weren't candidates for corrective procedures in the past.
The doctors sit down with each patient to review their selected procedure step by step in order to alleviate anxiety. Supportive friends or family members who stand by can amuse themselves by turning on the television or perusing a selection of magazines in the waiting area, or by peeking into their loved one's treatment room through a window to watch the surgical action.