Best Eyeglasses near me in Birmingham, AL

The best Eyeglasses near me in Birmingham, AL – map location, contacts, real reviews, rating.

Rating updated: October 02, 2023


13521 Old Hwy 280, Birmingham, AL 35242

+1 205-980-4530


4500 Valleydale Rd #700, Birmingham, AL 35242

+1 205-942-0377


4515 Southlake Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35244

+1 205-987-2020

Cook's Family Eyecare

6 reviews


5021 US-280 #101, Birmingham, AL 35242

+1 205-995-6313


5021 US-280 Suite 101, Birmingham, AL 35242

+1 205-995-6313


2550 Galleria Cir, Birmingham, AL 35244

+1 205-985-7612


3431 Colonnade Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35243

+1 205-967-2020


1720 University Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35233

+1 205-325-8227


1686 Montgomery Hwy, Birmingham, AL 35216

+1 205-979-2020


9709 Parkway E Suite A&B, Birmingham, AL 35215

+1 205-836-2020


130 Wildwood Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35209

+1 205-942-0377


1830 14th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35205

+1 205-933-8436


2416 Ave I, Birmingham, AL 35218

+1 800-825-2327

SEE Eyewear

7 reviews


200 Summit Blvd Suite 168, Birmingham, AL 35243

+1 205-761-4399

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Eyeglasses are the simplest optical device designed to correct vision; there are also glasses to protect the eyes from various factors (safety glasses). Glasses consist of frames and lenses. Glasses frames are made of plastic, metal and combined. They can be symmetrical, asymmetrical, round, with or without rims and with both rigid and flexible earpieces.

Correcting glasses are a medical optical device for correcting various visual impairments. They are used for correction of refractive error, accommodation disorders and for correction of eye muscular system defects. In cases when ordinary eyeglasses don't give the desired effect special eyeglasses are used. They include telescopic, prismatic, hemianopic glasses as well as magnifying glasses with illuminators.

What are eyeglasses for?

There are several pathologies in which these ophthalmic products are most commonly used: myopia; hyperopia; astigmatism; and presbyopia.

What do glasses for work mean?

The glasses for working at a computer or other gadgets are designed for people with poor vision as well as those who see well. To protect our vision, experts have developed glasses for computer work. The main difference between computer glasses and other glasses is the function of blocking the blue spectrum rays.

The main difference between computer glasses and other glasses is the function of blocking the rays of the blue spectrum.

What's better for vision - glasses or lenses?

Contact lenses, unlike glasses, follow the curvature of your eye to provide a wider field of vision and prevent significant visual distortion or interference of any kind.

What are polarizing glasses?

Polarizing glasses are glasses with lenses that have a polarizing filter (polarized). The main difference between polarized glasses and sunglasses is the very film/film which blocks the reflected, aka horizontal, light (glare) but lets in the vertical rays which are responsible for color and contrast.

Top Reviews

Michael Abbott  |  Rating: 5  |  LensCrafters

I brought my mother in to look at frames. She is a little bit older does not move around that well. Miss Tishona(I hope I remembered the spelling correctly, apologies if I didnt) was so sweet and helpful. She went around the store and brought at least 20 different sets for my mom to try on while she got to sit down. Great to see customer service like this. Thanks so much again Tishona

Yulinxp  |  Rating: 1  |  Dr. Brian R. Pettie Eyecare, PC Eastwood

I don't recommend this doctor. He didn't spend enough time to do the checking. It took 5 mins to get the description done for lenses, and another 5 mins to finish the medical exam part. I had serious doubts on his results. We went to see a different doctor next week. It turned out for the lenses, we need bifocal. And there are two medical conditions that we will need to address! We are in the process of seeing treatments from UAB Drs. I checked the medical bill today. It was much higher than other Dr's. I was even charged for something not covered by insurance. What could a regular eye/medical exam has that is not covered by insurance? I am not the person who would spend time to write a review. But I feel the urgent to do so. Please be good to your eyes and see a different doctor.

Cassandra Whitaker  |  Rating: 5  |  Dr. David O'Leary

I trust Dr Oleary’s expertise with my eye health. I am a physician and he has taken care of my eye health for years. I would highly recommend him to anyone. His knowledge is superior.I appreciate him.