Polycarbonate: The safest lens for your eyes, used in safety glasses. The number one choice for children, sports, and our patients.
High Index: Thinner, more light weight lenses. A highly nearsighted person's best friend.
Progressive: This lens alllows you to see more clearly at reading, computer, and far away distances.
All of our frames and sunglasses have a free one or two year warranty, depending on the manufacturer. Protective Sport & Safety Glasses are also available for any sport or occupation.
Eyeglass Frames & Contact Lenses
At Metro Eye Care, our professional staff can fit contacts for most eye conditions. We carry the most current contact lenses for our patients.
Examples of contact lens types include, but are not limited to:
Extended Wear: Breathable contact lenses that you can sleep in, without causing harm or damage to your eye. Imagine waking up in the middle of the night without reaching for your glasses.
Daily Wear: The healthiest, safest option for your eyes. Ditch the solutions! Just throw your lenses away every day and reach for a new pair every morning. This is a great option for those with a busy schedule and allergy sufferers.
Disposable/Planned Replacement Lenses: A cost effect option for those who will remove and sanitze their lenses daily.
Toric Lenses: Soft lenses to correct astigmatism. These are available in daily wear, extended wear, and planned replacement disposable contact lenses.
Multifocal Contact Lenses: The perfect solution for presbyopes. Presbyopes are those over 40 years old who can no longer see comfortably up close, without the use of reading glasses or bifocal glasses.
Hybrid Contact Lenses: A combination of the clarity of a gas permeable contact lens, surrounded by a soft contact lens.
Gas Permeable Contact Lenses: A lens for highly nearsighted, farsighted, or astigmatic patients who cannot obtain clear vision with soft contact lenses or have to large of a prescription to wear soft lenses.
Scleral Contact Lenses: The solution for those who have irregular corneas or severely dry eye disease.
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