During yearly eye exams, Dr. Shefali Miglani not only tests visual acuity, eye pressure, and ocular health, but she also checks for computer-vision syndrome to see just how stressed eyes are and how it’s affecting overall health. Her detailed approach helps her determine which vision-correction device will best help patients, from specialized contacts to sunglasses and glasses by brands such as Juicy Couture, Izod, and Armani. If a patient can’t find what they’re looking for, Dr. Miglani will special-order virtually any model of frame from any manufacturer. Monroe Eye Care also doles out complimentary adjustments, small repairs, and miniature wiper blades to keep glasses in top shape.
Since Dr. Stanley Pearle opened the doors to the first Pearle Vision in 1961, the franchise has expanded to more than 800 stores nationwide. In these stores, optometrists assess the ocular health of patients before onsite opticians help them navigate the assortment of frames from brands such as Versace, Ray-Ban, and DKNY. If they're not in the store, clients can utilize the Try-On tool, uploading a photo to see what they or their dog looks like in different types of glasses. Pearle Vision also helps focus the world with contacts from Acuvue and Biofinity.
Hamilton 20/20 Eye Care stocks its racks with frames from designers such as Prada, Burberry, Versace, and Ray-Ban. But before frames house prescription lenses and rest on patients' faces, Dr. Saji Mathew checks eyes’ health and acuity. He extends 13 years of experience in tracking down eye diseases and uses computerized equipment to accurately establish conditions such as astigmatism and nearsightedness.
Campus Eye Group and Laser Center's veteran doctors and consulting ophthalmologists have been addressing ocular needs for upwards of a quarter century, performing more than 100,000 eye-care procedures to sharpen vision safely and precisely. The experienced staff remedies such vision-related maladies as glaucoma, corneal issues, and cataracts, and helps patrons regain unclouded sight like a teacher with a strict no-kaleidoscope policy. Campus Eye Group voluntarily maintains accreditation from the AAAHC to earn each client's trust and confidence in the staff's abilities.
Glasses Galore's eyewear aims to merge crystal-clear vision with high fashion. Tending first to sight, doctors scrutinize eyes during exams before recommending the lenses that will best suit each client?s vision and lifestyle needs. Eyes can blink through lens styles including no-glare and progressive, which transition seamlessly between near, intermediate, distance, peripheral, and interstellar vision. An equally diverse selection of contact lenses caters to the frame-free with daily-wear and specialty options. In the fashion-focused showroom, designer frames by Coach, Dior, Gucci, Kate Spade, and Tiffany & Co. rest in display cases or atop Groucho Marx mustaches.
Led by Dr. Harmon C. Stein, the six physicians at Total Eye Care can handle almost any aspect of ocular care, from laser vision correction to eye muscle surgery for adults or children. Dr. Stein alone has performed more than 10,000 refractive procedures in his more than 25-year career and can personally attest to the benefits of LASIK surgery––he's had it himself. Of course, with better vision, patients might begin to notice pesky veins or wrinkles that never bothered them before. Luckily, Total Eye Care can handle those too: the doctors here are well trained in all sorts of cosmetic procedures, from Botox and skin tag removal, to permanent makeup, which can be custom-blended to match the patients hair, skin, or any hat permanently affixed to their head.