While function is obviously of the highest importance for a pair of glasses, style also needs to be taken into consideration.  The frame you choose can change the apperance of your face and reflect your own individual style.  In addition to your personal style, your skin tone, hair color, lifestyle, and lens perscription should also be taken into consideration.  Our opticians will work with you asking you questions to help you find the perfect frame for your optical needs.

Lens Selection

Working with Dr. Dietrich, our opticians will also assist you in choosing the best lens design for your lifestyle.  Do you spend a lot of time driving? On the computer? Reading? In the sun?  What is your occupation?  All these questions can help our opticians determine whether you are best suited in a single vision lens, lined bifocal, progressive, or something completely different!  We even have specialty prescriptions for exclusive computer use, hunting/shooting, driving, fishing, and any other type of sports wear. 

Transitions:  When transitions lenses are exposed to UV light trillions of photocromic molecules in the lens begin to change structure.  This is what causes the lenses to darken.  Using transitions allows you avoid switching back and forth between your usual glasses and sunglasses.

Non-Glare:  Non-glare options offer protection against UV reflection and adds clarity to your vision by fighting glare, scratches, smudges, dust, and water.  Non-glare lenses are also safer and more comfortable for night time driving reducing glare from headlights, taillights, and street lights.  Non-glare also aids in reducing headaches and ocular fatigue caused by reflections off of computer screens, mobile devices, and overhead lighting.