Eyeglasses



Many of our patients come to us from short distances from around Morris and Essex Counties. Eyeglass fans from Livingston, Morristown, Short Hills, and further are increasingly making the trip to our office. We have a large and eclectic collection of eyeglass frames. We use the most up-to-date digital technological advances available for ophthalmic lenses. Most important, are our highly skilled and friendly opticians that will guide you.

We are located in the center of Madison. We do, of course, see many patients that live locally in Chatham, East Hanover, Florham Park, and Mendham. Over the years we have developed a following of patients and eyeglass customers from further distances. We often see patients from Berkeley Heights, New Providence, and Summit. Some of our patients come for both an eye exam and for glasses (and/or specialty contact lens fittings). Other customers who may have already had a satisfactory relationship with their eye doctor come to our office to fill their eyeglass prescriptions.

We have eyeglass frames that range from the most unique in appearance to the most practical. We carry sports oriented sunglasses and high fashion rimless “frames”. We also help young children find their first pair of glasses and patients with unusual or high prescriptions. Some of the eyeglass designer frames that we carry include Kawasaki, Lafont, Oakley, Oliver Peoples, Paul Smith, Prada, and Vera Wang. Of course, the most important part of your eyeglasses is their ability to enhance your eyesight; this is where our optical staff really shines. Our staff includes three licensed opticians who will work hard for you to design your glasses for the best look and the best sight.

We are able to help guide you with the type of eyeglass lenses that would work best for your eyeglass prescription and your needs. There is an important interplay between what looks the best, feels the best, and works the best. We know how to make your glasses come out looking great and giving to you the best vision possible. Part of this is in the selection of the best way to fill your prescription. For example, whether you should use separate distance and reading glasses or a multifocal. And if you want to go with a multifocal, should it be a bifocal, trifocal, progressive, or occupational type of lens? Beyond even these choices is the brand and type of lens; digital enhancement is now becoming a common feature that can make your adaptation into a new prescription or into your first progressive an easier and more successful outcome.

Call us and ask for Helen Krug. She is our lead optician and can answer fashion or technical questions you may have.




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Helen made that experience the easiest ever! The whole process from start to finish took maybe 2 hours! Definitely recommended!

 
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