We routinely dilate all adults especially patients with diabetes or patients with stronger prescriptions. It is part of our routine eye examination, and it can be rescheduled for a later visit at no charge at the patients request.

Ordinary sunglasses are typically just tinted plastic. While polarized lenses reduce brightness, Only polarized lenses address glare. They can do this because, in addition to the lens color or tint, high-quality polarized lenses have a thin film molded to the lens. This film filters out glare.

To help prevent harmful ultra-violet (UV) ray exposure, we offer the best in protective sunglasses. Prescription and non-prescription sunglasses are available in polarized, non-polarized and transition lenses. Come in to see our wide selection of the latest styles in performance and high fashion frames. 

Better Vision
While polarized lenses offer significant benefits in safety and health, the #1 reason most people love their polarized lenses is the way they let them see the world more vividly. Images are sharper. And depth perception is better. Its an amazing new visual experience. Its one of those things you have to see for yourself.

Glare is a major cause of car accidents. Polarized lenses are the only lenses that significantly reduce glare. So if you drive during the day, especially early in the morning or at sunset, polarized lenses are a smart, safety-conscious choice.

Polarized lenses protect your eyes from the suns harmful UV rays.

Reducing glare reduces squinting. So youll be more comfortable and have less facial tension, whatever youre doing in the sun.

When light hits the surface-like a windshield or the road- it reflects in a uniform horizontal wave of light. This concentrated beam of light is called glare. It can be very harsh and impair your vision.

High-quality lenses have a special film imbedded inside them. This film filters out horizontally transmitted light (glare). They work similar to Venetian blinds- blinds can be adjusted so that certain light is blocked out.

While most people purchase an all purpose grey or brown lens, polarized lenses come in many other colors. You may want a specific color for its look or vision benefits. Ask your eye care professional which color may be right for you.

Polarized lenses are available in virtually all prescriptions, including single-vision, bi and tri-focal and progressive addition lenses.


During your office visit, be sure to discuss your personal and family medical history including any medications you take, to help identify risk factors and determine the need screening.