When you aren’t seeing the best that you can, our Brighton Beach eyeglasses will help you by correcting any visual issue you have and letting you have sharper and clearer vision. But as important as it is to have eyeglasses when you need them, they won’t do much good if they’re not the right prescription. At Focus Vision Care, we put great effort into ensuring that the glasses you wear are ideal for you, addressing your specific needs, whether that is nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia, or a combination of them that calls for bifocal or even multifocal lenses.
If you have never worn eyeglasses before, you should be aware that they can offer you many advantages. You might be struggling now with trying to see up close or at a distance. Maybe you have headaches from eyestrain or you have been experiencing blurry vision. But even if you’ve been seeing fine, with our Brighton Beach eyeglasses you can see a lot better than “fine.” When you consider how much you depend on your eyesight for everything you do, from driving to working; from reading to using your PC, tablet or smartphone. There is little that could not be done more easily with improved eyesight.
Even if you do have prescription eyeglasses, if they are older than a year then they may not be giving you the level of vision correction you require. Your eyesight changes all the time and that’s one of the reasons why we recommend an eye exam for all our valued customers once per year. A prescription that is insufficient and/or out-of-date may not be of much more value than no prescription at all. And in the case of situations such as driving your car, if you need our Brighton Beach eyeglasses to do it then the wrong prescription could actually be dangerous.
Because we craft your lenses right here at our optical store, you can be confident that they’re going to be made to the highest quality standards. And we will make sure that our Brighton Beach eyeglasses fit you properly before you leave. First, because we want them to be comfortable when you wear them; never too loose nor too tight. And second, centering the prescription gives you maximum benefit from the lenses.