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Single Vision: This all-purpose lens is available in all materials and provides vision correction for one viewing area.

No-Line Progressives: designed to allow you to see at distance (driving a vehicle), intermediate (looking at the computer/dashboard), and near (reading) with no lines. This lens is the most desirable cosmetically. You will also enjoy continuous vision from far to near with this lens design.

Industrial/ Occupational Lenses: a special occupational design allows us to customize lenses for almost any occupation hobby, visual, or safety requirements.

Computer Lenses: These lenses are custom designed to provide the best vision for you while working at the computer. The lenses combine a variety of features including anti-reflective coatings and special filters.

Scratch resistant coating: Highly recommended to protect your lenses from everyday wear and tear.

Anti-reflective (Crizal): A special coating that reduces distracting reflections. The results are: more transmitted light, better quality of vision, improved night vision, and reduced eye fatigue. Great for working on a computer and driving at night. These lenses also offer an “invisible lens look”, and show your eyes more clearly.

Photochromic Lenses (Transitions): Darkens in the sunlight and lightens indoors. Improved technology provides you with a lens that is virtually clear indoors and as dark as sunglasses outdoors, and protects you from harmful UV.

Thinner, Lighter high-index: advancements in technology continue to give us thinner and lighter lenses for your stronger prescriptions. Comfort and cosmetics without compromise.

High Impact Resistant: our office recommends high impact resistant lenses for two good reasons: comfort, because of their incredible light weight, and safety, due to their high impact resistance. We recommend these for children, teens, active adults, occupational safety, and anyone who needs superior protection.

Polarized Lenses: are the best options for eliminating glare. Hunters, boaters, fisherman, golfers, and drivers are just a few who can benefit from polarized lens’ glare blocking properties. Any surface can create glare in sunlight, especially water, snow, sand, windows, vehicles, and buildings. Polarization eases eye strain and fatigue in bright sunlight. Available in different colors, materials, and designs.

Dive Masks/Swim goggles: Bring the underwater world into view with prescription dive mask or swim goggles. Available in Single Vision or Multifocals.

Youth Package:
– Premium Polycarbonate lenses
– Premium Anti-Reflective coating
– 100% UV Protection

Office Hours

Regular Hours

Monday:

10:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Most Saturdays

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "My husband and I came in to see Dr Kaplan today and we were very happy with the professionalism and service we received from the Dr and all of the staff. We are so looking forward to keeping their office as our eye care providers for years to come! Thank you! We will definitely recommend your office to everyone we know."
    Annette B. Crystal River, FL

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