Optical Shop

Our optical shop is a one-stop-shop for all of your eyewear needs!

From budget-friendly frames to designer styles such as Bebe, Cazal, RayBan, Versace, and Draper James, there’s a style to make you look and feel great.

We offer prescription and nonprescription sunglasses, sports goggles, safety glasses, as well as contact lenses. We make most lenses onsite!

Insurance accepted including Medicare, Medicaid, VSP, EyeMed, Davis Vision, and more.

We accept VISA, MASTERCARD, Discover, and American Express.

Financing is also available with CareCredit.

Our optical shop is a one-stop-shop for all of your eyewear needs!

From budget-friendly frames to designer styles such as Bebe, Cazal, RayBan, Versace, and Draper James, there’s a style to make you look and feel great.

We offer prescription and nonprescription sunglasses, sports goggles, safety glasses, as well as contact lenses. We make most lenses onsite!

Insurance accepted including Medicare, Medicaid, VSP, EyeMed, Davis Vision, and more.

We accept VISA, MASTERCARD, Discover, and American Express.

Financing is also available with CareCredit.

Carola B. Okogbaa, M.D  fits contacts for routine eye conditions, single vision, astigmatism, multifocal, monovision, and specialty lenses. Also, complex fittings for patients with keratoconus and various post-surgical corneal irregularities.

Carola B. Okogbaa, M.D  fits contacts for routine eye conditions, single vision, astigmatism, multifocal, monovision, and specialty lenses. Also, complex fittings for patients with keratoconus and various post-surgical corneal irregularities.

When should I get an eye exam?

Children should have their first comprehensive eye examination before the age of 4 unless a specific condition, or history of family childhood vision problems, warrants an earlier visit.

Individuals, age 20 to 40 should have eye exams every five years. If you have vision changes, pain, flashes of light, new floaters, injury, or tearing, see an eye care professional immediately.

For people aged 40 to 64, eye exams are recommended every two to four years. Anyone older than 65 should see an eye doctor every one to two years.

People with diabetes are at risk for several eye disorders, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts, and should have eye examinations every year.

African Americans are at greater risk for glaucoma and should have eye examinations every three to five years before age 40, then every two years.

Seeing better is just a phone call away!

Contact us TODAY to make your appointment.

Seeing better is just a phone call away!

Contact us TODAY to make your appointment.