Eyeglasses correct your vision, and also provide you with another way to express your style and unique personality. With the right frames, you can enhance your appearance to look more creative, fun, sophisticated, sporty, or even intelligent!
Whether you want to update your look or to what’s new in frames, Premier Eye Care Group invites you to visit one of our two convenient locations where our experienced Opticians look forward to assisting you in selecting your next pair of glasses. We offer an extensive inventory of eyewear for the family.
We are happy to offer you a large selection of designer eyeglass frames. Whether you already have a prescription or you’re in the middle of obtaining one, you can browse our selection of high-quality frames to find the ones that suit your style best. We will then make adjustments to ensure the glasses fit perfectly on your face before outfitting them with lenses that match your prescription.
Along with our diverse selection of eyeglasses, we offer contact lenses and supplies for proper care. Contacts are an excellent choice for patients with active lifestyles or who simply do not like the look and feel of eyeglasses. While contacts are not right for everyone, we do carry a selection of hard-to-fit options for patients with conditions like astigmatism or keratoconus.
If you think contacts are the best choice for you, ask for a contact lens evaluation during your next regular eye exam. Our optometrist will examine your eyes to determine whether you are a candidate for contacts lenses. They will also take special measurements to record the specific size and shape of your eye, ensuring your lenses are a perfect fit. If you are interested in a contact lens fitting, there is a fee dependent on your lens type.
Take Proper Care of Your Contacts
The following guidelines for contact lens care have been developed in partnership with the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Contact Lens Association for Ophthalmologists, Cornea Society, and American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery:
- Before handling contact lenses, wash your hands with soap and water. Then, rinse and dry them with a lint-free towel.
- Minimize contact with water, including removing lenses before going swimming or into a hot tub.
- Contacts should not be rinsed with or stored in water (tap or sterile).
- Do not put your lenses in your mouth to wet them. Saliva is not a sterile solution.
- Do not use saline solution and rewetting drops to disinfect lenses. Neither is an effective or approved disinfectant.
- Wear and replace contact lenses according to the schedule prescribed by your eye care professional.
- Follow the specific contact lens cleaning and storage guidelines from your eye care professional and the solution manufacturer.
- Put lens in the palm of your hand and apply solution. Gently rub the lens in a circular motion for about 20 seconds.
- Rinse the contact lens case with fresh solution, not water, and leave the empty case open to air dry.
- Keep the contact lens case clean and replace it regularly, at least every three months. Lens cases can be a source of contamination and infection. Do not use cracked or damaged lens cases.
Handle Your Contact Lens Solution with Care:
- Do not reuse old solution or top off the solution in your lens case.
- Do not transfer contact lens solution into smaller travel-size containers. This can affect the sterility of the solution, which can lead to an eye infection.
- Do not allow the tip of the solution bottle to come in contact with any surface, and keep the bottle tightly closed when not in use.
- If you store your lenses in the case for an extended period, consult the instructions for the lenses or the contact lens solution to determine if re-disinfecting the lenses is appropriate before you wear them. If it has been more than 30 days since the last time you wore your lenses it is essential to re-disinfect them.