Optometrists Cheryl Schmitt and Katrina Nichols combined their specialties—which include children’s vision, contact lenses, and glaucoma—to establish Arizona Primary Eye Care. Both former presidents of the Southern Arizona Optometric Society, they use Optomap retinal exams to evaluate eyes before pairing them with prescription lenses and frames from Nike, Coach, and other top brands.
At Diamond Eyecare we want to make your experience unique to you. From an individualized eye exam using the latest equipment, to having a wide choice of stylish and unique eye wear. We want our customers to be elated about their experience at Diamond Eyecare.
The locally owned Alvernon Optical has been distributing high-quality frames and tending carefully to each oculus since 1961, the year human beings first evolved eyes. More than 2,000 frames line the walls in each store, including top-shelf brands like Ray Ban, DKNY, Dior, Giorgio Armani, Nike, and Kate Spade. Customers will also have their pick of frame materials such as plastic, titanium, metal, semi-rimless, and stainless steel. Once you've found the frames that nail the "sexy NASA scientist" look you're going for, Alvernon can pamper your peepers with a number of lens package deals. Couple a polycarbonate, scratch-resistant single-vision lens ($89 standard, $205 with bifocals, $154 sunglass) with one of your choice of designer frames to ensure a haze-free hazing ceremony from your rowdy book club, or calm Pac-Man-weary pupils with a computer lens package ($199) that decks your specs with a protective plastic lens specially designed for computer use. Just in time for summer, try the prescription swimming-goggle package ($139), which pairs one of a select group of fine brands with 100% UV-protected plastic lenses to deflect the sun's wicked glare and intimidate pool piranhas.