Eyeglasses & Contact Lenses
Can't decide on what eyewear looks best on you, or if you should go with contact lenses?
Let our Optical Shop help you!
The experienced opticians at Richie Eye Clinic look forward to making the selection process enjoyable for you, in an accessible, comfortable environment.
We take into consideration your facial features, prescription, activities, lifestyle and personal style to help you choose just the right look for you. If you're still unsure, take home a few frames and get input from family and friends!
Your satisfaction is guaranteed, because we ask the right questions and use the best the industry has to offer.
Frames & Lenses
We have nearly 1000 different frames in stock, with an ever-changing selection—from the simple, most basic frame to the high-end designer look. Our brands include Banana Republic, BCBG, Bolle, Jimmy Choo, Juicy Couture, Maui Jim, Ralph Lauren, Ray Ban, Silhouette, Vera Bradley, Vera Wang, Versace, WileyX and many others.
Our frames are of the highest quality and we offer price ranges to meet your budget.
The lenses we provide are developed with the latest technology to ensuring you of the best vision possible. Scratch protection is included in all of our lenses.
Our Optical Shop carries all the latest products, including Crizal UV anti-reflective that helps with glare and night driving; A Variety of Varilux products including the latest Digital styles, a progressive lens that offers better contrast in distant vision and enhanced comfort and clarity at close range, whatever the light conditions; and Drivewear, a polarized and changeable tinted lens capable of sensing and reacting to varying light conditions both outside and behind the windshield of a car, providing glare and UV protection.
Protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation whenever you’re outside with a pair of sunglasses from our Optical Shop.
If you have prescription eyewear, we offer polarized Xperio UV lens to shelter your eyes from sun glare, as well as attachable sunglass “clips” for your existing glasses. Remember, however, that prescription sunglasses work so well and feel so comfortable, we know you will love them. In fact, we are so confident that you will be happy we guarantee it...or your money back.
If you wear contacts or don’t need prescription eyewear, we offer a large selection of non-prescription sunglasses.
Millions of people choose contact lenses to correct their vision. When used with care and proper supervision, contacts are a safe and effective alternative to eyeglasses.
With today's lens technology, many people who wear eyeglasses can also successfully wear contacts.
We specialize in fitting contact lenses and making sure you have the right ones for your eyes. We have many styles of lenses for you to choose from, each very competitively priced.
Contacts are thin, clear discs that float on the tear film that coats the cornea, the curved front surface of the eye. Contacts correct the same refractive conditions that eyeglasses correct.
Contact lenses can be made from a number of different plastics. The main distinction among them is whether they are “hard” or “soft.” Most contact lens wearers in the United States wear soft lenses, available in daily wear, extended wear or disposable styles.
If you haven’t considered wearing contacts because you think the insertion process and regular maintenance are too much trouble, you might consider extended-wear contacts. These require less maintenance, and even allow you to occasionally nap or sleep with the contacts in your eyes.
The majority of people can tolerate contact lenses, but there are some exceptions. Conditions that might prevent an individual from successfully wearing contact lenses include dry eye, severe allergies, frequent eye infections, or a dusty and dirty work environment. Contacts should be removed at the first sign of redness or discomfort.
Once you are carefully fit for your contact lenses at Richie Eye Clinic, follow-up exams with your eye care professional are important to ensure continuing eye health.
Keep in mind even when wearing contact lenses you should have a back-up pair of glasses in case of infection.