- Sunglass savings: Patient will receive 25% off of non-prescription sunglasses, if a six-month or more supply of contacts has been purchased from our office within 90 days.
- Prescription glasses savings: Patient will receive 15% off of ONE compete set of prescription frames and lenses (including prescription sunglasses) if a six-month or more supply of contacts has been purchased within 90 days.
- Purchase a complete set of glasses, receive the second set at 20% off
- Children under the age of 12 receive polycarbonate shatter proof lens upgrades at no charge
Additional Discounts/Rebates for Contact Lens Wearers:
- Shipping: Always free shipping on a year supply of contacts!
- Rebates: Additional rebates from the contact lens manufacturers are available, and change frequently- please ask for details on current rebates available for the brand of contacts that you wear!
*Some savings and discounts are not applicable with discount insurance programs such as VSP or Avesis
Preventative Eye Health
Your vision is very important to us! That’s why we make it our goal to ensure your eyes are the healthiest they can be. And while routine eye appointments are beneficial, there’s a lot you can be doing to keep your vision in tip-top shape, too! Let’s get down to the best ways to maintain your eye health!
Remember, vision screenings aren’t the same as comprehensive eye exams. If you or your child has had one, don’t substitute it for going to see your eye doctor. People who are not properly trained to perform a comprehensive eye health examination can miss important signs of problems and eye diseases. Examinations are not only about your vision, they are about your health!
Follow these tips for good eye health:
A diet rich in fruits and vegetables, particularly dark leafy greens such as spinach, kale, and collard greens is important for keeping your eyes healthy. Make sure you’re filling up with foods full of omega-3s, too, like salmon and tuna!
Talk it Out
Have a chat with your doctor about how your overall health affects your vision. It’s crucial to maintain a healthy weight, especially since a lot of diseases like diabetes can lead to vision loss.
Staying healthy is about more than just eating healthy! Maintaining a proper weight, keeping blood pressure in check, and exercising regularly are all great ways to care for your eyes.
Keep a Routine
Regardless of your age or physical health, it’s important to have regular, comprehensive eye exams to catch potential problems or identify symptoms before they worsen.
Are you overdue for an eye exam? Schedule an appointment with us today!