Best Eyeglasses near me in Irvine, CA
The best Eyeglasses near me in Irvine, CA – map location, contacts, real reviews, rating.
15333 Culver Dr Suite 690, Irvine, CA 92604
Mohsen S. Alinaghian, Optometrist
3 Corporate Park Ste 225, Irvine, CA 92606
13662A Jamboree Rd, Irvine, CA 92620
2646 Dupont Dr #240, Irvine, CA 92612
15785 Laguna Canyon Rd Suite 260, Irvine, CA 92618
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.
Jerry Zevin | Rating: 5 | Dr. Michael Spitzer Optometry
I have been going to Dr. Spitzer for the past several years and it has been a delightful experience in all regards. From Rita's greeting when I walk in the door, to the ease of dealing with insurance billing, to the incredible personal attention I feel from Dr. Spitzer, and the personal attention I get in selecting frames and lenses, it is everything that I would hope for. Unlike other eye "professionals" I have visited over the years, Dr. Spitzer actually makes the exam and discussion about the diagnosis a fun experience. He was meticulous in explaining the cataract issue I am confronting and very helpful in counseling me about the treatment choices available. I highly recommend Dr. Spitzer to anyone contemplating or needing eye care.
Furkan Arif | Rating: 1 | Costco Vision Center
The vision center entered wrong numbers for my prescription. Then they corrected it. However, it took more than two weeks to get my correct prescription. Even then when I got the glasses back my frame was squeaky and one of the lenses has deep scratches on them.
Adil Mahmood | Rating: 1 | Vision Experts Optometry
Well versed in insurance fraud. They will skim extra money off you if you use insurance. Let's say you want to buy glasses that cost $300 and insurance will cover $200 of it, they will then charge you $200 for those glasses and pocket the extra $100. Don't believe me? Go there yourself.