Our Optical Shop is an extension of the advanced technology and service Dr. Ballitch provides to his patients. We offer the latest, most technologically advanced and customized lenses to maximize your visual result. You can expect the top quality service to extend to the eyeglasses you purchase.
- Free cleaning and adjustments
- Eyeglass cases with each complete pair purchased
- Frame warranty to cover manufacturer defects or breakage for two years
- Lenses may be replaced up to one year for any reason except loss and prescription change.
- Quality control: Staff inspection to ensure accuracy
We offer a large selection from budget to designer, the latest brands, styles and materials.
Stop in to see the latest selection of:
- Vera Bradley
- Kate Spade
- Jimmy Crystal
- Liz Claiborne
- Ted Baker
- And More!
Are available for those who need to keep cost in mind. These include frame and single vision, bifocal, or trifocal lenses.
Single vision– corrects for one viewing area, distance or near
“No-line bifocal” Progressive- a multi-focal lens allowing you to see distance, intermediate, and near without a visible line
Bifocal– a multi-focal lens allowing you to see distance and near with a visible line on the lens
Trifocal– a multi-focal lens allowing you to see distance, intermediate, and near with two visibly divided areas
Aspheric– lighter and thinner lens design with less distortion noted by the wearer when looking to the side of the lens, cosmetically better because it reduces the “soda bottle” effect of a high magnification lens
Computer or Business lens– a specialty lens that provides correction customized to help when working at the computer
Lens Materials Avialable
High index is a thinner, lighter weight material which is indicated for stronger prescriptions
Trivex or Polycarbonate offer high impact resistance and are shatterproof
Plastic are lighter than glass, and are tintable
Glass is the heaviest option and the least impact resistant
Lens Treatment Options
Commonly include UV protection, Anti-reflective coating, and Scratch-resistant coating, Photogray, or Transition tints.
Are available in prescription as well as non-prescription. Polarization is recommended for this type of eyewear.
Thanks to advances in optical technology, almost everyone can now wear contact lenses, regardless of the type or extent of their vision problems. That includes patients with astigmatism and those who need bifocal or multifocal lenses.
At Advanced Eye Care Center, we offer a comprehensive array of contact lenses to suit our patients' individual needs - from daily disposables to extended-wear soft contacts to rigid gas-permeable lenses.
- Disposable soft lenses
- Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) lenses
- Color contact lenses
- Toric (Astigmatism) lenses
- Multifocal contact lenses
- Hybrid Contact Lenses
- Speciality contact lenses for keratoconus and irregular corneas
Contact Lens Fitting : A thorough examination is necessary before contact lens fitting can be considered. Depending on the complexity of your prescription, contact lens fitting can be time consuming. If you have not previously worn contact lenses, trial lens fitting may take up to an hour.
Follow-up : At your initial visit, you will be asked to return for a follow-up visit to ensure the lenses are providing good vision and comfort. For complex cases, this may require multiple visits.
Contact Lens Fees : Initial fitting and follow-up appointments are provided at a packaged price. This will be discussed with you prior to starting the fitting process. Prices can vary depending upon the type of lens. The fitting fee does not include the cost of your lenses.
Contact lens policy to download Our Contact Lens Policy
Low Vision Services
Dr. Finn is excited to offer low vision services to the local community as well as treatment and management of ocular diseases.
Low vision is defined as vision loss that cannot be corrected with glasses, contact lenses, medications or surgery. One in every 20 Americans is estimated to have low vision. There are large numbers of resources and products that can help people with low vision live a full and independent life.
- Hand-Held illuminated magnifiers
- Illuminated stand magnifiers
- Monocular telescopes
- Binocular telescopes
- Hand-held electronic magnifier
- Absorptive lenses
Dr. Finn's goal is to help the patient with low vision perform their everydaytasks. At the initial visit, Dr. Finn assesses the patients’ vision and how well the person is using his/her vision. Based on the patients’ goals and vision, low vision devices are selected. Several visits may be necessary for complete assessment.