The Sight Shops operated by the Oregon Eye Specialists allow clear-sight seekers to browse a vast selection of designer frames such as Coach ($199+), Elle ($159+), and Armani ($259+), as well as a wide array of sunglasses by Oakley and Maui Jim. These frames boast enough flexibility to ensure proper fit and vision performance, but are also resilient enough to withstand the rigors of perpetual face hugging. To accompany their stylish frames, each Sight Shop exhibits high-quality progressive lenses in a variety of designs including single-lens, bi-focal, and tri-telescope helmet. The opticians at Oregon Eye Specialists—who are certified by the American Board of Opticianry—can help customers secure specific ocular solutions when assisted by a prescription from any physician. All frames and lenses carry a minimum one-year warranty.
In Dr. Stanley Teplick's 30 years of experience, he's trained at the Mayo Clinic, served as a professor of ophthalmology, and performed 25,000 refractive surgeries. One such procedure was performed live on television, when KPTV Oregon anchor Shauna Parsons beamed her experience live into the Fox News studios. Parsons wasn’t the only high-profile patient to rely on Dr. Teplick's skills, which have also plucked spectacles off the famous faces of professional athletes, TV personalities, and Miss Oregon 2008. Whether glasses don't fit the wearers' lifestyles or patients are simply tired of harvesting contact lenses from their thorny vines, Dr. Teplick's surgeries provide solutions to a wide array of peeper problems. His practice also expands to care for the rest of the face by offering cosmetic injections and chemical peels.
With more than 10,000 eye exams under her belt and an arsenal of high-tech preventative care equipment at her fingertips, Dr. Ann Woods helps her patients protect their precious peepers. After thorough exams, guests can peruse a selection of designer frames from brands such as Michael Ryan, Jaguar, Smith Optics, and Fendi lining the clinic’s sunny yellow walls. An eco-friendly office, Modern Eyez opts to keep digital records instead of wasting paper and never makes lenses with the fruit of endangered monocle trees.
The detailed biographies of ABC Vision Source's opticians, optometrists, and office staff paint a portrait of a diverse group of bilingual ocular experts. Their specialties range from frame selection and contact fitting to laser eye surgery and pediatric eye care—the office even offers free vision screenings for preschool-aged children and their glass-eyed dolls.
ABC Vision Source's showrooms in Aloha and Sherwood stock frames from brands such as Ray-Ban, Guess, and bebe, which are also available at the store's online retailer for easy browsing.
Started in 1961 by Dr. Stanley Pearle, the nationally recognized and trusted franchise now operates in nearly 800 company and franchise 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 plastic scratch-resistant), while specialty PearleTHIN complete lenses ($205) are lightweight heavyweights.
Dr. Robert D. Forbes, a seasoned eye whisperer dedicated to ferreting out sight solutions for each patient's individual needs, supplies vision aids and tests to ocular owners of all sorts. During a comprehensive eye exam, Dr. Forbes treats peepers to a dazzling show of light and color. A phoropter measures refraction, while a modified Snellen chart tests patient’s familiarity with the Hungarian alphabet. Once pupils have been dilated and optic nerves exercised, Dr. Forbes can determine a new prescription to remove your visibility’s fuzzy edges. With the second option, sight-seekers can sport a new pair of specs ($184–$1,100) with brand-name frames. Encase your orbs in premium lenses to better see the feral raccoon you’ve mistaken for your child.