Dr. Paul Super helms an experienced team of optical technicians that pampers peepers with thorough exams, contact lenses, and stylish frames. The esteemed Chairman of Optometry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Super draws on knowledge gleaned over years of dedicated practice to restore eagle-eyed vision with prescription lenses and health-boosting vitamins from AmeriSciences. Technicians at EyeSite, an Optometric Group's onsite lens laboratory whittle single-vision and multifocal lenses to fit frames from designers such as Oliver Peoples, Paul Smith, and Tag Heuer. Specialty coatings can be added to spectacles to diminish the glare from oncoming headlights or help locate the escape routes in pitch-dark whale bellies.
If you're willing to let someone operate on your eyes with a laser, what's the one thing they better have? Steady hands are important, sure, but how about experience? All told, The LASIK Vision Institute's doctors have performed more than 950,000 eye surgeries at 46 locations nationwide. Across its network, the company has independent veteran surgeons who are all LASIK experts.
Technology has played a major role in LVI’s success, as well. Each location relies on FDA-approved laser technology that results in minimal discomfort and short recovery times, in addition to helping many patients see 20/20 or better.
Owner of Good Eye Optometry, Dr. Farah Gozini also doubles as the office's optometrist, sizing up patients' prescriptions and conducting exams to ensure eyes are in good health. Dr. Gozini sees every one of the patients who walks through her door, including kids, adults, and near-sighted pet turtles. With new or updated prescriptions in-hand, customers can peruse the shop's selection of fashionable frames from designers such as Burberry, Jimmy Choo, and Tom Ford.
While 20/20 vision may be good enough for most optometrists, at Westwood Eye Center Optometric Corp., it’s only a solid C+. During exams, the doctors work to whet vision to unprecedented sharpness by tracking down compromising illnesses—such as dry eyes and glaucoma—and fitting eyeballs with modern contact lenses designed to correct myopia, astigmatism, and reading problems.
Prescription in hand, patients can shop the boutique’s nearly 40 designer brands of frames, such as Polo, Dolce & Gabanna, and Burberry. Courteous staffers help sort through the vast selection, guiding guests to the perfect pair of frames to suit the thickness of their prescription and the shape of their face.
Modo Optometry founders and eye experts Drs. Shahrokh Dayyani and Terry T. Khraishi diagnose ocular impairments with comprehensive exams and restore eagle-eyed vision with glasses, contact lenses, or the cornea-polishing beams of LASIK surgery. After inspecting peepers for signs of infection or disease, the doctors dole out fresh prescriptions to fill stylish frames from Cartier, Prada, Tom Ford, and other designer brands. A cache of more than 1,000 contact lenses spans soft, rigid, and specialty styles that decorate eyes in a variety of colors and damask patterns. The all-purpose eye center also treats glaucoma and assesses intraocular health with retinal imaging.
The team at Dr. Friedman Optometrists & Associates strives to make the world a lot less fuzzy for patients. With an onsite optical lab and more than 10,000 contact lenses in stock, the staff can send most visitors home with a new pair of eyeglasses or contacts on the same day as their exam. The office's collection of more than 5,000 designer frames runs the gamut of styles, suiting each person's unique personality. Besides correcting vision problems, the team can also diagnose and treat medical issues, such as eye infections or damage caused by counting every pixel on an HDTV. Dr. Friedman's team also speaks Spanish.