Our Staff

We have a combined 53 years of experience which added up to comfortable fitting eyewear.


An optician is a optical specialist who designs, grinds, and fits lenses. There are many skill levels within the profession from persons who can measure and dispense glasses to board certified opticians with three years of education and apprenticeship. Opticians perform the following services:

  • Fitting and dispensing of optical devices prescribed by optometrists or ophthalmologists.
  • Some opticians perform the following specialty services: contact lens design and fitting, low vision device design and fitting, and the design and manufacturing of specialty lenses.

Optometrist (Doctor of Optometry, O.D.)

The optometrist is the primary eyecare physician — the family doctor for general vision care. Training includes four years of college, four years of optometry school, and an optional residency for specialties such as pediatrics, contact lenses, and ocular disease. All optometrists provide the following services:

  • Comprehensive eye examinations.
  • Prescription and fitting of glasses and contact lenses.
  • Diagnosis and treatment of eye disease conditions.
  • Screening for general health problems like high blood pressure and diabetes.
  • Many optometrists provide specialized services in the following areas: pediatric eyecare, developmental vision disorders and vision related learning disabilities; vision therapy; low vision care for the partially-sighted; and specialty contact lens fitting.