Eyeglasses have a better reputation than ever before, allowing you to correct your vision problems with ease, no risks, and a stylish flair. At Primary Eyecare Associates in Troy, Michigan, the skilled optometrists offer a wide selection of contemporary glasses frames available for any prescription. To discuss prescription eyeglasses with an experienced optometrist, call Primary Eyecare Associates for an appointment or book your visit online today.
Your new glasses are warranted to be free of manufacturer's defects, which includes material and workmanship, for one year from the date-of-purchase. All warranties are at the discretion of the manufacturer.
Scratching is a normal result of use, and is not considered a defect. Breakage by use or loss is not covered.
If your new prescription changes within 60 days of your eye examination by one of our doctors, we will remake your lenses at no charge in your new prescription.
If you decide to change your frame style, your frame will be replaced at the equivalent retail and lenses replaced at 50% of retail cost.
If you are wearing a Progressive Addition Lens (PAL, a 'no line' bifocal), and you wish to switch to a bifocal or single vision lenses, we will remake the lenses at no cost to you within 60 days of the original purchase. We do not refund the difference in cost.
If your glasses are lost or stolen, we will replace them at 50% of the cost.
Glasses are a popular option for prescription eyewear. They sharpen your vision, and you can remove them very easily at any time. Unlike contact lenses, another popular option, glasses allow you to choose a pair that lets you express your personality and fashion sense. They’re also far less likely to compromise the health of your eyes because they are easy to use and never touch the surfaces of your eyes.
At Primary Eyecare Associates, an optometrist tests your vision and your eye health before recommending glasses as a way to improve your vision. They find or update your prescription so you can be sure that your new pair improves your vision perfectly.
If your prescription is mild enough that you don’t always need to wear glasses or you need for a sole purpose, such as seeing close up, you can explore options for reading glasses, sunglasses, blue light glasses for computer use, and more.
Prescription glasses can correct many different vision problems ranging from mild to severe in both children and adults. Primary Eyecare Associates may encourage you to consider glasses if you have:
Bifocal or multifocal lenses can correct two or more of these refractive errors at once.
During a comprehensive eye exam at Primary Eyecare Associates, an important part is the visual acuity test to check the clarity of your eyesight at various distances. Even if you haven’t noticed a decline in your vision, it might become apparent during a test. Your optometrist tells you if you need glasses for the first time or a prescription update. The exam also screens for eye diseases like glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy, of which treatment is available should you need it.
Beyond your annual exam, you should book an eye exam for glasses if you experience:
After finding your prescription, your optometrist tells you what it means and which type of lenses will best improve your vision.
Primary Eyecare Associates is thrilled to offer a wide variety of glasses frames from some of the most popular designer lines. At your appointment, you have time to browse the selection, try on a few pairs, and select a pair of frames for your prescription lenses. Available brands and designers include:
When choosing your frames, consider selecting a pair that allows you to move your head freely and use your full field of vision. Primary Eyecare Associates helps you choose your frames for daily-wear glasses, reading glasses, or even sunglasses. You can even request an anti-glare or scratch-resistant lens coating.
To book your eye exam and correct your vision with glasses, call Primary Eyecare Associates, or use the online scheduling tool today.