Teen & Young Adult Vision

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We know what matters most.

Clear vision & great style are paramount in your choice
When choosing a frame, the shape and size of the frame should enhance the color of your eyes, complement your skin tone and play up the best features of your face shape.
Most people need more than one pair of glasses, like one for everyday wear and another for outdoor activities. Having different style frames for different activities and moods makes wearing glasses more fun.


Need some fashionable frames? Our office carries a diverse frame inventory, so you can find a favorite one to fit your unique style. Do you have a hard time choosing a frame or can’t see them without your usual glasses on? We can help you choose with our digital dispensing system. Our staff uses a tablet to take pictures of you in your frame choices, so you can compare up to four choices at once. We are also happy to take or send the pictures to your phone, so you can get your friends to help you decide.

If glasses aren’t your style, we have a huge selection of contacts to help you see well, while ensuring your eyes stay healthy too. Our office offers daily disposables, a variety of colored options and FDA-approved lenses for overnight wear. We even have a set of specialty lenses on-site to fit those who have been told in the past that they aren’t candidates for contacts.


Spending a lot of time on digital devices like smartphones, tablets or computers can stress eyes in a variety of ways. Special lenses can help relieve the strain from prolonged focusing, and artificial tears and other treatments, like moisture-releasing contact lenses, can help with dryness. Current research implicates low wavelength blue light, such as that emitted from these digital devices, in contributing to macular degeneration, the leading cause of vision loss in older adults. Specialized lenses and coatings are available to protect the eyes from this light, while also providing increased clarity and more comfortable vision.

Staying up late on the computer can sometimes mean falling asleep in contact lenses. Comprehensive eye exams monitor the structures of the eye for poor habits when wearing contact lens. Wearing lenses not made to provide adequate oxygen to the eye for overnight wear, or wearing lenses past the recommended replacement interval (often 1 month), puts your eyes at risk for serious sight threatening complications. These can include painful corneal ulcers and scarring, or recurrent infections. Finding the right contacts for a preferred wear schedule and examining eyes to know they are healthy will ensure great vision and eye health for years to come.