You should buy new glasses when your prescription changes. Wearing glasses with an inaccurate prescription can cause headaches. If you really love your frames, you can request to have your new lenses inserted into your frames. Also, if you have a child whose prescription changes often, reusing frame is a good option. If your prescription doesn’t change often, you may be able to get new, stylish frames when you replace your glasses. Dr. Clark offers frames from a variety of designers including 141, Article One, Badgley Mischka, Converse, Costa, Etnia, IGreen, John Varvatos, Lucky Brand, Mira Flex, NW 77th, Ovvo Optics, Vera Bradley, Prodesign Denmark, Salt, and more. You can choose from many shapes and colors to find what looks best on you.
Each patient will have different needs for their lenses. In recent years, high-index plastic lenses have become more popular because technicians are able to craft thinner, lighter lenses, even for people with strong prescriptions. Children may be better off with polycarbonate lenses as these are lightweight but strong and impact-resistant.
The coating that you choose for your lenses is also important.
Yes. Dr. Clark and his team want you to feel happy with your eyeglasses and confident in your appearance. They will discuss options for lenses that will best suit your needs and help you to choose frames in a shape and color that complements your look. You can choose from a wide variety of frames at Dr. Clark's in-house boutique.
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