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How long does it take to get my glasses?
Most single vision lenses can be prepared in approximately 2 business days. Progressive lenses, will take longer, and require up to 7-10 business days. We are committed to providing you eyewear in the least amount of time possible without sacrificing our quality standards. Our in-store Eyewear Professionals will let you know at the time of purchase how long it will take to get your glasses.
If I want to buy my glasses from you, do I need to see your Optometrist?
No, our on-site, independant Optometrists see a variety of patients and we will accept a valid prescription from a licensed Doctor of Optometry or Site Test result.
What are the common types of contact lenses?
There are two general types of lenses: soft and rigid gas permeable. Based on your vision health and lifestyle needs, your Eyewear Professional will recommend the contact lenses that are most appropriate for you. Soft contact lenses are comfortable and made of flexible plastics that allow oxygen to pass through to the cornea. Users get accustomed to wearing them within several days. Most soft-contact wearers are prescribed some type of frequent replacement schedule. An example of this is a schedule that calls for the lenses to be replaced with new ones after two weeks of use with lenses removed nightly for cleaning. Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) lenses are durable, resistant to deposit buildup, and generally allow for clear, crisp vision. They last longer than soft contacts, and also are easier to handle and less likely to tear. However, they may take longer to get used to. Other common types of lenses: Extended Wear Contacts are good for overnight or continuous wear ranging from one to six nights, or up to 30 days. It's important for your eyes to go without lenses for at least one night following each scheduled removal. Disposable (Replacement Schedule) Contacts. Some soft contacts referred to as "disposable" by sellers are actually worn on a frequent replacement schedule-for two weeks, for example-that requires them to be disinfected between uses. Based on your vision health and lifestyle needs, your optometrist can recommend the contact lenses that are most appropriate for you.
Do I need a prescription for colored or theatrical contact lenses?
A valid contact lens prescription is required in order to purchase any type of contact lenses, even if you do not need them for vision correction. A contact lens fitting will measure the curve and diameter of your eye, and help ensure the health of your eyes. If a lens is not properly fitted, it can shift, causing irritation, scratching, or other problems.
How often do I need to have an eye exam?
Annual eye exams are usually recommended for adults, but it depends on your eye health. Consult with your eye doctor about your particular situation. Children's needs vary by age but can be conducted at a very early age and are recommended by school-age.
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