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Eyes For You's Dr. An Hollier frees patients from blurry situations with preventive care for ocular diseases and a brimming bouquet of designer frames. During each comprehensive eye examination, Dr. Hollier will explore the intricacies underneath each eyelid while evaluating eye health and determining refractive status for prescriptions. After squinting at pictures and reading avant-garde poetry aloud from the posters adorning the examination room, patients will undergo a screening to detect any potential signs of glaucoma. Each screening also tests distance and peripheral vision, along with taking eye-pressure. With early diagnosis, Dr. Hollier can help to keep a condition from progressing by designing a treatment plan and calling in for retinal reinforcements.

832 Muddy Branch Rd
Gaithersburg,
MD
US

Colonial Opticians' peeper pros have been fitting faces with frames and sculpting lenses on site since 1964. Having weathered decades of capricious eyewear trends, such as radiation-emitting x-ray specs and disorienting 1-D glasses, the family business brings noses into sharp focus with frames ($100+) for both sun and shade. Vibrant, hand-painted frames from Ronit Furst ($240+) are a favorite among cartoon parrot librarians, and share wall space in the showroom with the stark geometry of Kliik's Danish lens cages ($223+). Shoppers carrying a current prescription in hand can also order custom lenses—including single-vision lenses ($78), bifocals ($120), and progressives ($250)—or choose from different lens treatments that protect against scratches, create a mirrored surface, or inhibit glare. Turnaround time may be as short as a day, but varies depending on the prescription and specifications of each client.

550 N Frederick Ave
Gaithersburg,
MD
US

In Greek mythology, Argos was a hero and a giant who was said to possess nearly 100 ever-watchful eyes. Though they couldn't possibly help clients see that well, optical surgeons Dr. Elena Mier Trotter, MD and Dr. Selvin Gnannakkan, O.D. want to try. As the resident physicians at Argos Vision and Eye Care Center, they use state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and treat ocular diseases ranging from the common to the complex.

In addition to preventative care, they also perform routine exams to check visual acuity and weed out which patients are actually under the control of tiny robots living behind their eyes. These exams can lead to custom fittings for soft or rigid contact lenses as well as glasses lenses. In the case of the latter, patients may be turned over to optician Alex Finkelshteyn, who will fit them for designer frames by brands such as Gucci, Ray-Ban, and Persol.

15920 Shady Grove Road
Gaithersburg,
MD
US