Eyewear Frames and Lenses
Wearing glasses doesn’t just improve your eyesight, but it also affects your appearance. Finding the right pair that suits your face can give you a higher level of self-confidence. Since your face is what most people see first and notice about you, choosing a nice pair can also give a good impression to others.
At Woodbridge Family Eye Care, we offer a wide selection of stylish frames as well as sunglasses, for women, men, and children. All of our staff are knowledgeable in the latest trends and technology, so that they are able to make your visit as informative and comfortable as possible. We also aim to offer high-quality lenses and fashionable frames at affordable prices.
A few examples of the brands we carry are:
- Kate Spade
- Costa Del Mar
- Danny Gokey
- Jonathan Cate
- Isaac Mizrahi
- Tommy Hilfiger
- Eddie Bauer
- Danny Gokey
We also have kids packages available!
- Kids 0-17
- Eye exam is $55
- Free polycarbonate lenses with purchase of frame
The Mystique of Glass
You hardly ever hear of glass prescription lenses anymore. Yes, they are still available. Probably one of the drawbacks to glass progressive lenses was their lack of availability in the new digital designs. That is now a thing of the past, so you can get a newly designed digital progressive bifocal lens in most any glass material that was ever available.
After years of declining sales, interest in glass lenses is starting to grow anew.
Advances in digital free-form processing, thinner and lighter material choices together with the public’s unquenchable desire for “scratch-proof” eyewear are fueling a steadily growing demand for what glass lenses have always promised: superior optics, superior sun protection and unparalleled scratch resistance.
The optical qualities of crown glass lenses are undisputed. Not only do glass surfaces highly resist the degrading scatter of fine scratches, they are also immune to the effects of contact and exposure to household solvents such as alcohol, acetone or the caustic pH of common cleaning agents, including oven and wheel cleaners. And no matter how you choose to clean them-from shirttail to sweater or sponge-lenses made of glass do not need the careful approach in cleaning as do the plastic lenses. In fact, glass lenses stored without a case will, with just a few quick wipes, look like a million dollars when the return to duty calls. But there is always the gorilla in the room with glass: the dilemma of its weight. On one hand, who wants heavy glasses? On the other, the added heft of glass lenses sends subtle signals of quality. Rather than light and cheap-“like plastic”-glass subliminally conveys substance and value.
Feel free to stop in and check out the availability of all the options available to you in a glass lens.