$40 for $150 Worth of Frames, Lenses, and Services at Ultra Vision Optical in Levittown


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At vision center stocked with contacts, transition lenses & designer frames, optometrist conducts eye exams & fittings in about one hour

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Ultra Vision Optical - Levittown: $40 for $150 Worth of Frames, Lenses, and Services at Ultra Vision Optical in Levittown

The most coveted level of vision is 20/20, which means peepers can correctly identify 20 out of 20 typos on the optometrist's eye chart. Copyedit professionally with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get $150 worth of frames, lenses, and services at Ultra Vision Optical in Levittown.

Optometrist Dr. Jason Bart conducts comprehensive eye exams and contact fittings at Ultra Vision Optical, which also houses a panoply of designer frames, lenses, and contacts. During eye exams ($65+), Dr. Bart tests for problems such as glaucoma, binocular-vision issues, and dry eye, which is caused by staring directly into a package of dry ice. Contact wearers can opt for a lens exam with a contact fitting ($130+), wandering away after about an hour with expertly checked and fitted eyeballs. Afterward, visitors can grab a six-month stash of contacts ($95+) or pick up frames ($49+) from designers such as D&G, Coach, Gucci, and Juicy Couture, equipping them with various lenses such as no-line bifocals ($199+), polycarbonates ($95+)—which, like Olympic gymnasts, are light, thin, and shatterproof—and transitions ($125), which tint themselves whenever the environment requires sunglasses.

Ultra Vision Optical

For Dr. Jason Bart, Optometry isn’t just a career, it’s a family legacy. His father, Dr. Arnold Bart, founded Ultra Vision Optical in 1974 when Jason was just five months old. Growing up around the office, Jason was inspired to follow in his father’s footsteps, even attending his father’s alma mater, Pennsylvania College of Optometry, before joining his dad on staff in 2000. Today, he stands at the helm of the established practice, bringing modern updates that include computer vision analysis, LASIK consultations, and the latest styles.

A specialist in multi-focal fits, Dr. Bart performs all eye exams and contact fittings in-house, checking overall eye health while testing for diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy with the brand new OPTOMAP equipment. He then lets patients loose in the showroom, offering guidance as they choose from a selection of 1,500 frames that includes styles from top brands such as Michael Kors, RayBan, and Gucci, and a large selection of children's frames are available as well. The shop also stocks a range of contacts to fit clients' needs, and with a on premises lab same day service is possible. Blue light prevention lenses are also available for protection against the strain of computer screens.


88% of 17 customers recommend

  • “Be prepared to spend at least $100 for contact lenses”

  • “Dr. Bart very thorough and professional”

  • “Kind and generous, the place is a real home with a nice selection of frames and glasses.”

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    3697 Hempstead Tpke.

    Levittown, New York 11756


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