It's all about fit at SEEK EYE CARE, where licensed optician Marcus McNeill ensures customers strike a perfect match with their new corrective lenses. Polycarbonate, plastic, and glass lenses fit inside frames handcrafted in Japan and Denmark, as well as in styles from American designer Tom Ford. The shop also carries contact lenses and sunglasses, and customers are always welcome to stop in for a free cleaning or adjustment of their specs.
Clients who walk into Oasis Eye Care find a softly glowing emporium of eyewear, with many designs from upscale makers such as Prada, Gucci, Versace, and Tag Heuer. The centers make sure to keep plenty of options for women, men, and kids in stock at all times. Dr. Ahmed Said and his team make sure to get clients into those frames fast by guaranteeing to see each patient within no more than 10 minutes of their scheduled appointment. They also welcome them back again and again by offering to clean, align, and adjust each pair of frames they sell until the owners replace them or get their eyes replaced with lasers.
Before stepping onto the ice or the baseball diamond, members of the Carolina Hurricanes and the Durham Bulls pay a visit to Drs. Michael Peters and Jason Price of Eye Care Associates, who have provided top-notch eyeglasses, contact lenses, and eye exams for nearly 35 years. The vision specialists help rid blurriness from pucks, balls, and signs held by adoring fans. When they’re not gazing into the eyes of athletes, they and their fellow doctors at a network of clinics stay busy correcting the vision of seniors, children, and adults. The company topped Indy Week's 2012 Readers’ Choice poll for best optometrists in the area and received a Standing Ovation award as the best eyecare center in the Triangle in 2012 from readers of Metro Magazine.