Many mythology figures have been forced to overcome vision difficulties, from the psychic prophecies of Phormion the Blind Fisherman to the triumphant struggles of Carl the Colorblind Graphics Designer. Overcome the obstacles of sight with today's Groupon at ClearVision Optometry, with locations in Yorktown and Newport News. Choose between the following options:
- For $60, you get an eye exam and $145 toward prescription lenses and frames (a $344 value).
- For $80, you get an eye exam with contact-lens fitting and prescription, $145 toward prescription lenses and frames, and a free pair of trial contact lenses (a $403 value).
ClearVision Optometry respects the medium of vision fashion with hundreds of brands for frames fit for framing eyes of all stripes. With an eye exam, one of ClearVision's three licensed optometrists screen the visual field, ascertaining a specific prescription pertaining to the eye's ability to perceive shapes, identify letters, and decode a doctor's handwriting. Once the eyes have been adequately examined, fashion-ready faces can peruse discount and designer eyewear brands such as Converse, Guess, Vera Wang, Prada, and Ray Ban ($117.38+). Summer enthusiasts can find a variety of prescription-ready sunglasses and members of the frameless set can conceal their corrective vision with a broad set of contact lenses ranging in textures and colors. Glasses are made on-site, minimizing the time it takes to ship them or the arduous delay in waiting to collect enough dragon's tears to distill the lenses in bottled moonlight.
ClearVision Optometry's optometrists and opticians have built their practice on continuing feedback from clients. They've loaded their gallery of frames with autoflex metals and colorful plastics from names such as Versace, Coach, and Tres Jolie. To fully accommodate clients, the opticians can cut and seat lenses in-house.
During eye exams, computerized equipment precisely measures how well patients can see or roll their eyes at bad jokes. Automatic refractors measure current prescriptions, and retinal photography creates digital records of the eyes to compare with future images.