Glare is a distracting and sometimes dangerous excess of bright light, and can happen day or night. Glare can cause squinting, eye fatigue, and in extreme cases, even temporary blindness.
Did you know…
- In daylight, glare can occur when walking indoors to outdoors, moving from shade to sunlight, even from reflected light off of surfaces like cars or sidewalks
- At night, glare can occur from oncoming headlights while driving, or from bright reflections off of wet roads, even signs
- Glare can impair visual comfort and visual quality, which can diminish healthy sight
Anti-reflective (AR) treatments are available for many lens products to help protect your eyes. AR treatments are proven to significantly reduce glare while increasing visual comfort.
Best of all? These types of lens treatments and materials, plus others like photochromics and polarized lenses, can often be bundled into one lens product for maximum versatility, as well as eye protection.
I've been going here since 2010 and I have to say, this is the my favorite optical center of all time! The receptionists upfront are professional and courteous. The technicians were prompted and efficient. The technicians were always detailed when I needed to get a pair of glasses. They would ensure every aspect of my glasses felt comfortable, fitted, etc before I leave. I never had any issues when I came in for my contact lens exams or if I ordered lens through them.
I would like to highlight Dr. Rita Shah's excellence in patient care. She's professional and pays extra attention to detail. she does my post-op lasik surgery follow ups and as always, she takes great care of my eyes.
One thing that stands out about Dr. Rita is that she really does remember her patients by first name, because she never fails to ask how my family is doing.
They cater to people who have 9-5 jobs, by opening late on some weekdays until 7 and they're open on Saturdays.