Eyewear in Garrettsville
Following your comprehensive eye exam, you may need eyeglasses or contacts to correct your vision. We offer a complete collection of designer and high-quality frames and lenses at Andrews Eyecare Center and our board-certified optometrists make the process of selecting the right style for you a breeze.
We carry the following eyewear brands:
- Ray Ban
- Michael Kors
- Ralph Lauren
- Kate Spade
- Long Champ
- Cole Haan
- Calvin Klein Jeans
We believe that accuracy is more important than speed or convenience when it comes to glasses; online glasses simply cannot match the quality of those made by our lab and “while you wait” eyeglasses aren’t worth even a short wait. Andrews EyeCare Center offers the latest in eyeglass technology and we have a direct computer link with our partner lab, so your order will be placed immediately. Before you receive your eye wear, it undergoes a rigorous inspection and verification process that takes over an hour. By taking the time to get the job done right, you can be assured that you’re getting the highest quality service.
Our eyewear options include:
Whatever your personal style, we have the perfect frames for you! Our trained opticians will help you choose the right pair of eyeglasses based on your face shape, prescription, and lifestyle. We also offer a variety of lens options, including invisible bifocals, blue blockers, scratch-resistant coating, antiglare coating, and transition lenses that darken in the sun.
Sunglasses aren’t just an accessory—they protect your eye health and vision by blocking harmful UV rays and they also keep you safe while driving. Unless you purchase eyeglasses with transition lenses, we recommend purchasing prescription sunglasses in addition to your eyeglasses. To prevent or if you have had cataract surgery this is an essential part of your everyday apparel. Check back often to see our seasonal sunglass sales!
Prescription safety eyewear is used by professionals in a number of different fields, from chemistry teachers to woodworkers and welders. Safety glasses are also preferable to traditional eyeglasses for athletes because they offer more durability and offer protection to the eyes. We work with your insurance to provide work approved safety glasses for any profession.
We offer daily contacts, monthly contacts, extended wear contacts, and rigid gas permeable (RGP) contacts from most major brands. We’ll help you find contact lenses that are comfortable and convenient for your lifestyle.
Frequently Asked Questions About Eye Wear
When should you start wearing glasses?
The American Optometric Association recommends considering corrective eyewear if your vision is between 20/30 to 20/60. While these numbers only indicate a small vision issue, if you have signs of eyestrain or your vision is bothering you, it might be worth starting to wear glasses.
Is it safe to buy prescription glasses online?
There’s a lot that can go wrong when you purchase prescription glasses online. Measurements may be inaccurate, the quality is often subpar, and you’re not able to receive personalized advice from a qualified optician. You may get your glasses and find out that they slip off your nose, hurt the backs of your ears, or just don’t look quite right. These glasses also don’t undergo the rigorous quality testing used by our partner laboratory. Depending on the source, you may also lose your warranty.
Is it worth buying prescription sunglasses?
Absolutely! Sunglasses are the best way to block UV rays from reaching your eyes. You should wear sunglasses whenever you are outside, even if you are a contact lens wearer.
What are the best contact lenses?
There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. The best contact lenses for you are the ones that fit your needs! We make recommendations based on your lifestyle, your previous experience with contacts, and your overall eye health and vision. Contact lens have a specific curve, diameter, and power that need to be designed individually.
What should I wear to protect my eyes if I work on a computer all day or another screen?
Many professions require working on a computer or other time of screen for a majority of their working hours. If this is the case, you should consider lens with blue blockers in them. Blue blocking lens filter 95% of the harmful blue light from your eyes. Blue light is very harmful to your eyes and can cause vision loss.