Eyelids shield eyes from the danger of harsh UV rays and the scandal of seeing a dog without any clothes on. Further protect your pupils with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $69 for a comprehensive eye exam (a $130 value) and $150 toward a complete pair of prescription glasses or sunglasses (a $280 total value)
- $49 for $175 toward a complete pair of prescription glasses or prescription sunglasses (customers must provide a current prescription)
Frame selections start at $99, and single-vision lenses start at $89. During the comprehensive eye exam—which includes refraction and a glaucoma screening—a glaucoma specialist inspects eyes for disorders, evaluates vision, and furnishes patients with any necessary prescriptions.
Optical Illusionz’s Dr. Esther Kovacs performs comprehensive eye exams to bolster the sight of her patients. As a licensed therapeutic and glaucoma specialist, she’s able to quickly assess and treat ocular diseases as well as conditions such as dry eye or macular degeneration—a major cause of vision loss in adults older than 60. Dr. Kovacs also specializes in fitting eyes with challenging conditions, such as those in need of astigmatism and bifocal contact lenses.
Inside the store, a knowledgeable staff helps match clients' personalities with designer frames from the likes of Tom Ford, Roberto Cavalli, and Caviar, available in a variety of styles with pint-sized versions for kids. An onsite lab fabricates prescription lenses in as little as one viewing of a 24-hour telethon or one complete day.
“Very nice place”
“Thorough optometrist - very helpful optician staff -went above and beyond to answer questions and request for information! Dr. Kovacs and Johnny are a great asset to...”
“Thorough optometrist - very helpful optician staff -went above and beyond to answer questions and request for information! Dr. Kovacs and Johnny are a great asset to Optical Illusionz!”
“Im impressed by Dr Kowatz professionalism, good manners and very friendly staff. Happy with the service, totally recommend to others.”