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Keep up-to-date on the latest vision-related news and eye care events in our practice. The items are displayed by year and month. To view older entries use the links in the box below to select the year and month you would like.

What is Convergence Insufficiency?

So often, we see clever kids who adore camp and extracurricular activities, but just don't feel the same way about school. He or she may have a hidden vision problem that impacts learning, called Convergence Insufficiency (CI). CI is a near vision problem that impacts your capacity to see things...

Women’s Vision and Eye Health

It's April, which is Women's Eye Health and Safety Month. The many stages of a woman's life can have an impact on her vision. Eye disease in women is increasingly common, especially in older women. Actually, studies show that the majority of women going through middle age exhibit some sort...

Our Amazing Ability to See in the Dark

Something wakes you up in the middle of the night, or you're trying to find a light switch or door handle or phone in the dark. We've all found ourselves in the dark before. It takes a couple of minutes for your vision to return. This remarkable process is ''dark...

Astigmatism: All You Should Know About This Common Condition

The cornea that surrounds your iris and pupil is, under perfect circumstances, round. When light enters the eye, the cornea's role is to help project that light, directing it toward your retina, right in the back of your eye. But what does it mean when the cornea is not exactly...

All About Conjunctivitis

Pink eye, otherwise known as conjunctivitis, is one of the most frequently encountered eye diseases, particularly when it comes to children. Pink eye can be caused by a virus, bacteria or allergies to chlorine in pools, pollen, and ingredients found in cosmetics, or other substances, which touch the eyes. Some...

Don’t Let Winter Dry Eyes Get You Down

Dry eyes are common in the cold season due to cold and dry air conditions.

Prevent Children’s Eye Injuries with Protective Glasses

Did you know that each year sports-related eye injuries account for 40,000 visits to the hospital? This is an trauma every 780 seconds! Eye Care professionals report that the vast majority of the injuries would have been simply prevented by using proper eye protection. More often than not eye damaging...

A Guide to Summer Eye Care

Now that the summertime is officially here it’s time to ensure you protect your eyes from summertime hazards. Here are some pointers on remaining safe in the sun: Buy sunglasses that block 100% of UV – and wear them! If your shades don’t protect against 100% of UV rays, they...

Request Your Next Appointment Online

You can now request your next appointment online! Visit the Contact Us section of our site at anytime and complete the form.  We'll receive the form via email and call you back to confirm your appointment request.  We'll be sure to call you back within one business day....

Eyeglasses Are Back!

New Options to Look Good and See Better

Online Registration Forms

You can now request your next appointment online.  Visit the Contact Us section of our web site and complete the Patient Registration Form.  The form is secure and our office will be notified once the form is complete.  When you walk in for your next appointment, we'll already  have the...

Winter Eye Care Tips… It’s Time for Sunglasses

Yep, it's true. Sunglasses are not only an important accessory in the summer. Although most people are aware of the dangers the sun presents to our eyes during the summertime, how many recognize that it is essential to take extra care in the wintertime as well? Actually, those ultraviolet rays...

This Month is National Glaucoma Awareness Month

In an effort to create awareness about the ''sneak thief of sight,'' this month has been named National Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is the leading source of preventable permanent vision loss, accounting for 9%-12% of all cases of total vision loss in the United States and effecting nearly 70 million...

February Declared Macular Degeneration and Low Vision Awareness Month

This month has been announced age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and low vision awareness month. AMD is the leading cause of vision loss for senior citizens. AMD often results in low vision, a phrase eye doctors use to refer to significant visual impairment that cannot be improved by typical measures such...

New Way to Treat Keratoconus

Help for Patients with Keratoconus

Ways to Protect Against Dry Eyes This Winter

While you may think of winter as the wet season due to the rain and snow, the air is actually more dry in the colder months, causing your eyes to become more sensitive. Our eye care staff is available to help you find the best options to keep your eyes...

Reasons You Should Stop and Think About Buying Glasses on the Web

In today's world, where a growing number of consumers are used to shopping for anything and everything online, glasses are a product that you should consider buying in person. Why? Although you may encounter cheaper prices online, the benefits of choosing an optical store far outweigh the ''deals'' you might...

Protecting Your Eyes This Allergy Season

Do you have red eyes, itchy eyes or watery eyes? If yes, it could be due to seasonal eye allergies. For some, March is the start of pollen season, which means uncomfortable symptoms such as itchy eyes, watery eyes or stinging, red eyes. Springtime eye allergies are largely due to...

The Advantages of Rigid Lenses

  While you may be more accustomed to soft contact lenses, another lesser-known brand of contact lens materials exists: gas permeable (GP) lenses, sometimes called oxygen permeable lenses. In truth, RGP lenses involve more modern technology than soft lenses, and they last longer, offer finer vision quality, and offer enhanced...

Are You Caring for Your Contacts Properly?

  Contact lenses necessitate proper treatment and care in order to be a safe and sensible option for those needing a vision aid. Improper care can lead to damaged contacts, or or even serious eye infections or abrasions, which occasionally can lead to vision loss. Children and adults that are...

UV Awareness Month – Save Your Eyes

  Thanks to efforts to create awareness of the dangers of Ultraviolet (UV) exposure to your skin, (such as sunburn and skin cancer), most know about the need for using sunblock and avoiding direct contact with the sun particularly during the blazing summer months. What is less known is that...

Macular Degeneratio (MD)

Do you know the two types of macular degeneration?

The Optometrist Recommends: Eat Carrots for Eye Health

Do carrots really improve eyesight? While optometrists affirm that carrots are made up of large amounts of a vitamin that has proven to be very good for the eyes, carrots do not substitute for suitable corrective eye care. Beta-carotene is a carotenoid, or orange pigment that converts into vitamin A...

Why We All Should Schedule a Routine Eye Exam

When we have eyes that are in good condition, it's common to forget about the importance of taking preemptive steps namely, an optical examination. Nevertheless, early diagnosis of any eye or vision problems is critical to maintaining healthy vision and eyes. This can easily be done with an annual eye...

How High-Tech toys aid low vision!

How High-Tech toys aid low vision!

Treating Some of the Most Common Eye Injuries

There are many different kinds of eye injuries that can take place, with varying degrees of severity. Some may require emergency action and immediate care by an eye care practitioner, while others can be dealt with at home. Follow these guidelines for routine eye injuries, to determine your next step...

Choose Contacts: The Advantages of Lenses for Teens

Needing to purchase eyeglasses is often met with resistance from a teenager. Just the thought of wearing glasses can make a teenager panic. As opposed to eyeglasses, kids and teens that opt for contact lenses report a significant enhancement in their looks, says a recently published study. The study results...

Getting Your Child’s Vision Set for School: Bronx Kids’ Eye Exams

Many doctors stress that around 80 percent of learning takes place through a child's eyes. Since a child's eyesight can change frequently, regular eye and vision care is crucial to a student's classroom performance. Surprisingly, most parents don't make eye screenings part of their child's back-to-school doctor's appointment line-up. Furthermore...

This Month is Cataracts Awareness Month: Schedule your Eye Exam in Bronx Now

A surprising number of adults aren't aware that cataracts are the primary cause of blindness amongst people over 54. In truth, more than 50% of senior citizens have some degree of cataracts. What is a cataract? A cataract is when the ocular lens, the portion of the eye that focuses...

What to Do if You Get Sunscreen in Your Eyes

Individuals who have regrettably gotten sunscreen in their eyes know firsthand how excruciating it can be. A real strong spray in the eye can often result in burning that lasts for hours. It can take a long time until the victim can comfortably open his eyes, especially outside in the...

Contacts and Cosmetics: Suggestions from your Bronx, NY Optometrist

For those who use contact lenses there are a few precautions that should be taken in regard to using cosmetics. Here are some basic pointers on how to make sure your eyes stay beautiful and healthy. Buying Cosmetics First of all, we advise that you purchase only products that are...

Eye Safety in the Home

  In recognition of Home and Sports Eye Safety Month, we've chosen to highlight ways to keep your home eye safe particularly when choosing eye safe toys. It's important to be proactive to guarantee your home is safe for your children's eyes. Naturally, kids enter the world with an partially...

Computer Vision Syndrome Treatment in Bronx, NY

  The American Optometric Association states that over 70 percent of workers that work for the majority of the day at a computer (around 143 million people) experience computer vision syndrome or eye strain. Excessive periods of working in front of the computer can result in eye strain and impact...

Keep Your Eyes Halloween Safe: Consult With your Optometrist Before Wearing Special Effect Contacts

  Halloween is a night for getting out and getting dressed up but you wouldn't want the fun to lead to some frightening eye damage. A popular costume accessory as of late has been special effect contact lenses and the trend is alarming optometrists. Contacts are a governmentally regulated medical...

Bronx, NY Treatment for Fall Ocular Allergies

  Toward the end of the summer, many individuals start to suffer from seasonal eye allergies such as hay fever. In addition to nasal symptoms such as sneezing and congestion, eye allergies can be the greatest sources of discomfort. When suffering from allergies, the eyes can become itchy, swollen, and...

Bronx, NY Eye Tests: What Does 20/20 Vision Really Mean?

  Have you ever wondered why 20/20 is the benchmark for ''perfect'' eyesight and what it truly represents? 20/20 vision is a term to express a normal level of clarity of vision (visual acuity) assessed from 20 feet away from the object. That is to say that someone with such...

All You Need to Know About Amblyopia (Lazy Eye). Treatment in Bronx, NY

Amblyopia, commonly called lazy eye is the failure for central vision to develop properly due to the failure of both eyes to function in unison. In the majority of instances of lazy eye the eyes themselves are typically healthy yet the condition cannot be corrected by just the use of...

This Month is National Diabetes Month

Did you know that diabetes is the number one agent of vision loss in men and women aged 20-74 years? In the past four years alone, over 4 million people in North America living with diabetes were found to have diabetes related blindness. Of this number, seventy thousand suffered from...

Understanding Color Blindness

Call our Bronx, NY Optometrist for an evaluation

Spend Those Flex Spending Account Credits Before You Lose Them!

As the year's end approaches, so does the end of your flex spending dollars. If flex spending doesn't sound familiar to you, you probably don't have an FSA (or flex spending account) but you might want to confirm your health plan to make sure. If you participate in a Flex...

Fun and Safe Toys for the Holiday Season

Holiday season is rapidly approaching and we all know what that means, gifts and new toys. Well meaning family members delight in treating the young ones to the coolest toys to start off the New Year. It is important that family members teach relatives about some rules about toy safety...

Tackling Presbyopia

Contact your Bronx, NY Optometrist to Learn More About Treatment Options Many adults eventually experience presbyopia or a reduced ability to see things that are close, as they age. With the increasing worldwide population of older adults, a significant number of people develop the condition, which currently cannot be escaped....

Raise Your Awareness of Glaucoma this Month

We would like to spread the word about the importance of early detection of this vision threatening disease

The Dangers of the Sun to Your Eyes – In the Winter

You wouldn't dream of leaving the house without a heavy coat in winter, so why would you leave home without sunglasses on a sunny day?

How Do You Disinfect Your Contact Lenses?

Contact lens wearers be fully aware of the importance of proper eye care. Research conducted by Bausch & Lomb this past summer revealed that many people are using dangerous substances in place of contact solution to keep their lenses moist. Substances including baby oil, beer, coke, petroleum jelly, fruit juices,...

The Aging Eye: Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

This month has been designated by Prevent Blindness America to raise awareness about age related macular degeneration (AMD) and low vision. Age related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the foremost reasons behind loss of vision in individuals over 65. AMD is characterized by a deterioration of the macula in...

Your Vision in the Workplace

March is Workplace Vision Wellness Month, says Prevent Blindness American (PBA). The goal of this directive is to teach corporations and their workers about the relevance of vision health, including safety tips on how to prevent vision-impairing eye mishaps. Every day, workers are inflicted by job related eye injuries that...

Eye Care on The Go

Safety behind the wheel In fact, staying safe on the road requires a number of visual capabilities - for example, being able to see both far ahead as well as your immediate surroundings, side or peripheral vision, night vision and color vision, plus many others. Distance vision is crucial because...

April we recognize Sports Eye Safety Month

As the springtime arrives, as well as a greater opportunity to engage in outdoor sports, comes a rise in the risk of sports related eye injuries. Every year, far too many people, both young and old sustain sports related eye injuries that could be averted with proper protection and knowledge....

When to Get Your Vision Checked

In patients, whether young or old, sometimes poor vision can be caused by a few factors including anatomical changes or irregularities in the eye or visual system, eye diseases, side effects caused by medication or eye injuries. Commonly, people also report visual abnormalities associated with age or eye stress. This...

The New Transitions® Vantage™ Lens

One of the most reputable lens manufacturers, Transitions® Optical, have launched a new addition to their comprehensive range. Introducing the Transitions® Vantage™ lens. Transitions® Optical has created an even better version of their highly regarded light adapting lens with the addition of revolutionary variable polarization. Sunlight that bounces off smooth...

How Do I Know When I Need a Comprehensive Eye Exam?

May is healthy vision month. When was your last comprehensive eye exam? Getting your eyes tested periodically is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your eyes remain healthy. During the session, your eye care professional thoroughly examines your eyes, making sure you're clear of common...

Protecting Yourself from UV Rays

It's a fact that basically everybody is exposed to UV rays. However, the possible risks related to many years of exposure to these harsh rays are rarely thought about, to a point where most people barely take enough action to shield their eyes, even when they're expecting to be outside...

Focusing on Cataracts

It's June, which means it's Cataract Awareness Month. Have you been informed that cataracts are the main reason behind vision loss among adults aged 55 and older? Actually, more than 50% of those who are 65 and older have at the very least, partial cataract development. As stated by the...

Focusing on Contact Lens Care

Are you someone who leaves your disposable contact lenses in for just a few days longer than your optometrist instructs? Everyone knows that lots of things are at their best when they are fresh. Guess what? The same principle can be used to understand the importance of changing your contact...

Keeping Your Eyelids Clean

Inflamed eyelids, also referred to as blepharitis, is something that a lot of people suffer from at some point during their lives. Blepharitis is a commonly occurring eyelid inflammation, often associated with a bacterial eye infection, specific sorts of skin conditions, or dry eyes. Common symptoms include itching, burning, redness,...

See The World With A Fresh Look

Do you want an updated look for your eyes? FreshLook® provides a large assortment of colored contact lenses, so you can just intensify or totally transform your eye color. This collection of lenses has such an extensive amount of choices, that you're sure to end up with exactly what you're...

Focusing on Visual Acuity

You've probably stumbled upon the terms 20/20 vision and visual acuity. Still though, what do these terms really mean? Understanding what they imply will help you appreciate how an eye care professional determines the state of your eyes when you have an eye exam. The term 20/20 actually refers to...

Start the School Year With Good Vision

Well, the summer's end is near. Boys and girls everywhere are preparing for the beginning of the academic year, with their backpacks, notepads and loads of energy. It's also a wonderful time to take your child in for an eye exam. Proper vision is necessary for optimal academic performance. As...

Toys and Eye Safety

It's crucial for parents to know how to select toys that are the safest and the most beneficial for kids. Babies are born with an only partially developed visual system. Nothing stimulates a child's visual development more easily than toys that encourage hand-eye coordination and a clearer understanding of spaces...

Presbyopia: The Facts

Did you ever wonder why even those who never wore glasses have a hard time seeing things up close when they reach middle age? Because as you age, the lens of your eye grows less flexible, decreasing your ability to focus on close objects. That, in a nutshell, is presbyopia....

Helping Lazy Eyes Get Active

Does your son or daughter have a lazy eye? A lazy eye forms when the brain shuts off or suppresses vision in one eye. Vision might be suppressed if a child isn't able to see properly through one eye because of issues with distance vision, and in some cases, astigmatism....

Eye Exam Approaching? Here’s What You Need to Know

If you've got an eye exam penciled in for some time in the near future, there are a few things you can do to be extra ready for it. There are several things you should let us know about so that we can ensure you are analyzed completely and thoroughly....

Multifocal Lenses and You

Many people start to have problems with close vision during their 40s. This is known as presbyopia. If you already struggle with distance vision, and develop presbyopia, you won't need to start carrying and switching between two pairs of eyeglasses. This is because of multifocal lenses, which help you with...

Keeping an Eye on Your Smartphone

Look around and you will probably discover that almost everyone is texting, playing on, surfing and even working from their mobile devices. Tablets and smartphones are so convenient when it comes to being in touch when we're on the move. However because handheld devices are made with small screens, most...

A Closer Look at Retinoscopy

During an eye examination, you may have had a doctor direct a beam of light into your eye, and hold various lenses in front of it. But what does this do? This is one way we determine the refractive error of your eye, and it's called a retinoscopy exam. It...

Diabetes Awareness Month: Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetes is a metabolic disease that causes increased levels of blood sugar either due to insufficient insulin production or because the body does not properly make use of the insulin produced (depending on the type of diabetes). Diabetes can cause harm to your eyes in a number of ways. The...

Control Your Diabetes, Preserve Your Vision

Are you aware that having diabetes increases the risk of developing several eye-related conditions? These conditions include diabetic retinopathy, cataracts and glaucoma, as well as several other conditions that may impact your vision. Diabetic retinopathy, which occurs due to high blood glucose levels causing harm to the blood vessels in...

UV Protective Sunglasses: Winter Sports and UV Rays

Sunglasses are an essential part of your wardrobe, even in the winter. While many people associate the need for 100% UV protective sunglasses with warm weather and glaring sun like you find on the beach, harmful UV radiation is present even on a gloomy, cloudy day. No matter where you...

Dry Eye Syndrome: When Dry Eyes are Chronic

Dry eyes are a common problem for many individuals particularly during the winter months when exposure to dry air and whipping wind is increased. However, if you are suffering from dry eyes that just won't go away, you may have what is known as Dry Eye Syndrome - a condition...

The Right Way to Clean Your Eyeglasses

We all know how frustrating it can be trying to see clearly through a smudged pair of glasses; clean lenses can really make a world of difference. While it may not be something that you pay much attention to, the way you clean your lenses can also make a difference,...

Spring Eye Allergies

Spring is right around the corner, as the winter begins to wind down and the fresh, warmer air begins to rear its head. Unfortunately for many, it's often hard to enjoy nature's blooming beauty as the warmer weather also brings about the onset of itchy, watery eyes that come with...

A Recipe for Eye Health

Did you know that your dietary choices have an impact on your eye health and vision? Opting for appetizing food that at the same time provides you with all the nutrients that are essential for preserving your vision, is taking a major step towards minimizing the risk of eye disease...

Women’s Eye Health Month: An Eye on Cosmetics

Women's eyes are regularly exposed to potential irritants through the use of cosmetics. As eye shadow, mascara and eye liner can breed unseen dirt and bacteria, it is vital to ensure that the products you use to apply and remove your makeup are hygienic to prevent irritation that can cause...

How to Choose the Right Sunglasses

Do your sunglasses have what it takes to protect your eyes? As the summer heats up and people spend more time outdoors, it is very important to wear UV blocking eyewear to protect against exposure to ultraviolet rays that can cause damage to your eyes. Damage caused by UV from...

Age Related Macular Degeneration and Your Central Vision

Did you know that age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness among adults aged 50 and above? AMD occurs when the part of the retina responsible for your sharp central vision, the macula, begins to deteriorate. Central vision is the visual field...

June is Cataract Awareness Month

Cataracts, one of the most common causes of blindness, develop when the lens of the eye, located behind the iris and pupil, becomes opaque or cloudy. A cataract can result in loss of vision as it prevents light from passing into your eye and focusing on the retina. While cataracts...

Understanding the Eye Chart

Eye charts of different variations have become a standard in vision screenings and eye exams. One of the most familiar charts associated with vision is the Snellen eye chart, designed by Dutch ophthalmologist Hermann Snellen in 1862 to measure visual acuity- how well you can see at various distances. Although...

First Aid for Eye Injuries

To ensure that your eyes remain healthy, it is essential to protect them from injury and to take proper care measures if an injury has occurred. As July is Eye Injury Prevention Month, here are a number of practical first aid tips to remember if you or anyone you know...

The Great Glasses Play Day 2013

The first weekend of August (August 3rd and 4th) has been marked as the 2nd annual Great Glasses Play Day. The event, which first launched in 2012 was created for parents, eye care professionals, educators and children who wear glasses or have other vision challenges to celebrate and create awareness...

Treating Vision Problems Lowers Risk of Falling in Seniors

For adults over the age of 65, the right pair of vision correcting glasses can literally be a life saver. Seniors aged 65 and up are at increased risk of falling, which is the leading cause of injury, injury-related death, and hospitalization for this age group. According to the Centers...

Technology in the Classroom and the Eyes

The use of technology has become commonplace in the classroom. So much so that today’s generation of students, from kindergarten to university, navigates computers, smartphones and tablets all the time.  Many schools have even implemented the use of smart boards and bring your own device (BOYD) programs. However, as amazing...

Does Chlorine Hurt your Eyes?

Just because the summer is coming to an end, doesn’t mean that we have to say goodbye to the swimming pool. Whether it means a nice refreshing dip on a warm fall afternoon or a winter swim in an indoor pool, swimming is a great activity for both fun and...

How to Prevent Dry Eyes During Air Travel

Many travelers experience dry eyes after extended travel by air. The dry environment of a temperature- and pressure-controlled air plane cabin can take its toll on your eyes. The good news is there are a number of steps you can take to reduce the uncomfortable symptoms associated with travelers’ dry...

This Halloween Be Wary of Costume Contact Lenses

As Halloween approaches and costume planning gets more serious, many consider the use of novelty or costume contact lenses as a way to add that extra flair. Whether you are dressing up as a cat, a vampire, or looking for something fun that glows in the dark, dressing up your...

10 Tips to Protect Your Vision

Did you forget to put on your sunglasses today? Are you constantly sitting in front of a computer screen without taking breaks to look away? Maybe you also skipped your yearly eye exam, again. These are just some of the things we tend to overlook when it comes to our...

Upcoming Winter Trunk Shows

Don't miss our upcoming series of Saturday trunks shows starting on Novemeber 30th. The line-up includes: November 30th - Michael Kors & Sean John December 7th - Polo, Ralph Lauren, Versace December 28th - Coach & Burberry All of the trunk shows will run from 8am-2pm....

Keeping Your Contact Lenses Clean

If you wear contact lenses, you probably know the hygiene routine you should follow when removing your lenses: Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water and dry them on a clean, lint free cloth. Remove the lens from your eye and clean the lens immediately (if you wear multi-use...

What You Should Know about Diabetes and Your Vision

Diabetes affects people of all ages, races and genders.  An estimated 25.8 million Americans or 8.3 percent of the population suffer from the disease, according to data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2011. In fact, diabetic eye disease is the leading cause of new cases...

Fun Holiday Gifts That Are GOOD for Children’s Vision

The holiday season is on our doorstep. With technology so much a part of our lives, the easy go-to gifts for kids often include an enormous array of hand-held video devices and home gaming systems. Did you know that after extensive use these games can be harmful to children’s eyes...

New Year’s Resolutions for An Eye Healthy 2014

The New Year is a time to start fresh and renew our commitment to health, happiness and success. It’s important to include eye and vision health and safety in these resolutions. Here are the top six ways you can make your eyes and vision a priority this year. Schedule a...

7 Facts You Should Know About Glaucoma

7 Facts You Should Know About Glaucoma Glaucoma, which refers to a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve, is often called 'the silent thief of sight'. This nickname evolved because the disease creeps up unnoticed in its early stages, causing no pain and few, if any symptoms....

How to Encourage Young Kids to Wear their First Pair of Glasses

Your child's first pair of glasses will make an important difference in his or her ability to see and interact with the surrounding world. However, a new pair of glasses can also present a big adjustment for both parents and kids as you get used to a new look and...

Hope in Sight for Low Vision

February is low vision awareness month. Low vision is a condition in which an individual suffers significant vision loss that can't be fully corrected with glasses, contact lenses, medication or surgery. Low vision can affect both children and adults, but is more common in the elderly, and requires significant adjustments...

New Study Shows How Your Eyes Shed Light on Your Health

It's been said that your eyes are the window to your soul. Well, research is showing that your eyes are a window to a lot more than your thoughts and emotions; it can be an indicator of your overall health.  A study by UnitedHealthcare entitled, “Impact of Eye Exams in...

Protecting Your Eyes From The Desk Job

There are so many people who spend hours a day, if not most of the day working on a computer or mobile device. They usually do so without taking notice of the effect this has on their bodies. Using a computer or handheld device for extended amounts of time can...

Summer 2014 Trunk Shows!

Upcoming Summer Trunk Shows!

Labor Day Sale 9/1

Come into Park Professional Eyecare this Monday 9/1 to check out our Labor Day Sale! You can find many designer frames to choose from to fit any style or budget!

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