Within the onsite optical lab at each Eyeworks location, opticians perform virtually any act of optical alchemy, whether forging new bifocals, mending bent or broken frames, or glazing lenses in protective coatings that cut down on glare and scratches. Armed with a knack for style, opticians cull from the stores' collection of designer frames—including popular models from Dakota Smith and Lafont and exclusive lines from Soho and Okki—to match each customer with a look to suit their personality and facial structure. Before either can get to work, however, optometrists conduct comprehensive eye exams, helping patients maintain healthy, focused vision by honing new prescriptions and diagnosing potential diseases such as cataracts or early-onset googly eyes.
69% of 254 customers recommend
“The receptionist/office manager is very helpful and the doctor is good - she answered all my questions and was upbeat. I had an appointment on a Saturday, so it was...”
“The receptionist/office manager is very helpful and the doctor is good - she answered all my questions and was upbeat. I had an appointment on a Saturday, so it was quite busy and it took a long time (1.6 hours total including waiting, looking for a little while at glasses but didn't end up using the $200 towards the glasses) - you have to buy both the frames and lenses that day for the $200 to apply and you can't combine other discounts like AAA. Call them about a contact fitting if you need that too because it will cost extra. If you already know what your contacts are then you can get a better estimate of the cost of the contact fitting. Also if you are a first time contact wearer, there's an additional fee to show you how to put the contacts in correctly.”
“Nice n friendly staff”