Optical Shop

Our experienced optometrists and opticians can help you find the right tools to enhance your vision and meet your lifestyle needs. This includes both routine and specialized eyewear, including an extensive array of designer frames, specialized lenses, and low vision devices.

Our Optical Shop

  • Can I order contact lenses online? Yes. You can order them online.
  • Do I need an appointment to see an optician? Yes, an appointment is required. Please call to schedule.
  • Can I get my glasses the same day I come in? The time it takes to get your glasses depends on your prescription and insurance provider.


Available in Our Optical Shop

Products and Services

Fashionable, functional frames and specialty lenses

2000 frames to choose from in a variety of styles and prices. We carry the following brands of glasses and frames:​

  • Boss
  • Coco & Breezy
  • Eye Q
  • GX
  • Lafont
  • L.A.M.B
  • Legre
  • Morel
  • Oakley
  • Penguin
  • Prada
  • Ray Ban
  • Seaport Optical
  • Silhouette
  • Tiffany
  • Tom Ford
  • Valentino

Standard and specialty contact lenses

Our optometrists are at the forefront of the most recent advances in contact lens technology and are uniquely qualified to diagnose, prescribe, and custom fit contact lenses.

A selection of lens types we carry:

  • Daily disposal lenses
  • Conventional soft lenses
  • Astigmatic lenses
  • Multi-focal lenses
  • Cosmetic lenses
  • Corneal refractive therapy
  • Keratoconic lenses
  • Lenses to prevent the progression of myopia in children
  • Scleral lenses
  • Specialty contact lenses for the treatment of corneal disorders

Talk to your doctor about assistive devices

Visual assistive equipment is available for purchase at our Commonwealth office. Available devices may include:

  • Magnification devices such as hand held magnifiers, stand magnifiers, spectacle magnifiers, and reading telescopes.
  • Electronic devices include video magnifiers that allow the viewer to modify the image shown adjusting text color, brightness, and contrast.
  • Adaptive aids to assist individuals with low vision in their day-to-day tasks. These include lighting devices, reading stands, large-print books, talking clocks, color-coded pill boxes, voice-recording organizers and more.

Set up an appointment at the Low Vision Service and your low vision optometrist will then create a customized rehabilitation plan and assess device needs.

Optometry student using testing a patient's eyes with an optical coherence tomography machine that captures images of the retina.