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Posted on 09-14-2016
Woodbury Optical Goods
At Optics Plus, we carry a wide selection of prescription eyeglasses and optical goods as well as contact lenses in Woodbury. Our eyewear staff is professionally trained to answer any questions you may have and help you pick out the perfect frames and contact lenses to fit your eyes and lifestyle. Our state of the art eye care practice is stocked with the best in eyewear, contact lenses and state of the art equipment.
Optics Plus is committed to serving the Woodbury area and its surroundings. We offer personalized attention and a thorough eye examination, going over each detail with you and every member of your family. Our modern technology gives us the most accurate test results, so you can always be sure that your prescription is up to date. At Optics Plus, we know that different frame styles and contact lens selections can affect vision, so we work with you to figure out what the best frame and lens is for your eyesight. Our contact lenses in Woodbury are designed to fit everyone’s needs. We offer comprehensive exams and testing for glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic eye conditions. Our contact lenses come in soft, hard, and gas permeable types.
Our most popular contact lenses in Woodbury are generally soft contact lenses. These kinds of lenses are extremely comfortable, and come in disposable, overnight and extended wear options. Disposable contacts can be worn temporarily, usually for about a day, and extended wear contacts for up to two weeks depending on the style of contact lens. Hard contact lenses have a longer adjustment period, but are extremely sharp and offer great vision clarity. They are also good for people with astigmatism. Gas permeable lenses, also known as GP lenses, are rigid and have a smaller diameter. Oxygen directly passes through gas permeable lenses, allowing them to keep the cornea healthy, making them comfortable and great for eyes. They were first introduced in the late 1970’s and are newer than soft contact lenses in fact. Most GP lenses have silicone in them, which makes them flexible.
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