Thanks to these customizable CLs that bridge the gap between available soft contacts and more complicated specialty lenses.
This optician wasn’t interested in bricks and mortar and she couldn’t stand to see clients choosing frames that didn’t match their clothes.
Alexander Daas Eyewear and Opticians Del Mar, CA Owner Alex Feldman, a second-generation optician, spent his childhood learning optics. He became a licensed optician early on...
Construction delays, a global pandemic, major life changes can’t stop this team.
This Milwaukee optical started by launching a Pinterest board and began adding colors.
This optical shop plus art gallery also serves as a vibrant hub for OKC’s creative community.
Texas OD Matt Barber felt the city was underserved; now it enjoys top-class care and unique eyewear in a location that rivals any in the U.S.
These branded office vehicles do more than just deliver; they’re mobile billboards.
He studied with master craftsmen in France and now creates eyewear with a distinctive Midwest American feel.
It’s a team effort, and no detail is left to chance.
It may be a century old, but its brand is sharp and modern.
It’s the culmination of 40 years of business insight and fostering a dedicated staff.
Hyperlocal social networks keep you connected to the customers that really matter — your neighbors.
He got tired of just screening patients and sending them to a GP.
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Opening this stunning corner optical allowed her to express her creativity.
Just treating dry eye doesn’t make you a specialist, so this Virginia practice decided to go above and beyond.
Black Optical’s Oklahoma City location leans into its team members to keep it ahead of the pack.
This Tennessee practice came up with a warm, inviting look and keeps it consistent.
Demonstrating the connection between cognition and vision to measure patients’ processing ability has delivered a serious return on investment.