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Carney Opticians

Optical Store in Carney

Carney Opticians

Carney Opticians

If you are thinking about getting a new pair of prescription eyeglasses, you will definitely want to come and visit us at our vision practice and optical store, Eye to Eye. At our vision practice, you will be able to have your eyes thoroughly examined, choose from a large selection of designer eyeglass frames, and then have your new eyeglasses fitted by one of our expert Carney opticians.

At our optical store, our friendly and knowledgeable frame experts will be happy to help you select from an exciting and large collection of designer eyeglass frames. However, at Eye to Eye, we know that selecting the perfect frames is just the beginning of getting a great new pair of eyeglasses. At our practice, our frame experts will work with you to make sure that you get the best frames to work with your prescription needs, face shape, fashion sense, and budget. However, our Carney opticians will then check to make sure that the eyeglass frames fit your face perfectly. If you purchase frames that are too tight at your temples, or constantly slide down your nose because they are too loose, we know that you will not be happy with your new eyeglasses. And, we want all of our customers to be 100% satisfied and excited about their new eyeglass purchases.

Our Carney opticians will also talk to you about the many different lens options that you have available for your new eyeglass frames. Today, there are many different types of lens options available, to provide you with eyeglasses which are as comfortable as possible, and will help you enjoy the lifestyle you lead. For example, if you are outdoors a lot, but wear prescription eyeglasses, you may want to get eyeglass lenses which darken when they are exposed to sunlight. This is just one of the many different lens options that our optician will tell you about. We know that you will be completely satisfied with your eyeglass purchase because we settle for nothing less than total customer satisfaction. We know that you will be very happy with our great selection of designer eyeglasses, with our comprehensive selection of eyeglass lenses, and with our outstanding customer service. If you would like to meet with our optometrist for a comprehensive eye exam, we request that you make an appointment so you will not be kept waiting. To simply purchase a new pair of eyeglasses, and to work with our expert opticians, feel free to stop by anytime at our optical store.

Eye to Eye
1819 York Road,
Timonium, MD 21093
(410) 376-7070

Owings Mills Contact Lenses

Pros and cons of contact lens wearing

Owings Mills contact lenses

Owings Mills contact lenses

Our staff of experienced opticians at Eye to Eye take the time to discuss how different contact selections can impact your vision, answer any questions you might have, and supply you with the most up-to-date information in order to keep your eyes healthy. So if you know you need Owings Mills contact lenses, but are unsure exactly what style or brand, we would be happy to educate you in the different types of contact lenses and what they do.

Firstly, choosing the right Owings Mills contact lenses that are right for you depends on your vision and comfort. Luckily, there are many different types of contacts to suit almost anyone. The most frequently prescribed style is the soft contact lens, as it provides tremendous comfort. But there are many different options to choose from. There are daily wear lenses, which can be worn up to 18 hours but must be removed at night. Conversely, there are extended wear lenses which can be worn overnight. Unlike either of these two types, however, are disposable lenses which are worn for only one day at a time and are then discarded. Color-changing lens which, as the name suggests, change the color of your iris, are also an option, even if vision correction is not required. Soft lenses are also now available for patients with astigmatism and for patients who require multifocal lenses, which used to only be offered in hard contact lenses. However, hard lenses, also referred to as rigid or gas-permeable lenses, are still offered. Although these are less comfortable at first, they offer sharper vision and better correct severe nearsightedness or astigmatism than soft lenses. It should go without saying that if you are sticking something on your eyeball nearly every day that you should probably be taking good care of that certain thing. For many of us, that thing is our contact lenses. We know the importance of proper contact lens care—and that’s not just because dirty lenses aren’t as effective, but especially because dirty lenses can cause several different types of eye infections and diseases. But caring for your contact lenses and subsequently your eyes, although more involved than the care of traditional prescription frames, is as easy as it is necessary.

It is very important that your lenses are fitted correctly based on your prescription, eye shape, and specific needs. At Eye to Eye, our greatest satisfaction comes from improving vision and enhancing the quality of life for your whole family– and we believe the best place to start is by educating and informing our patients about Owings Mills contact lenses. Caring for your contact lenses is synonymous with caring for your eyes. If you’d like to further discuss proper contact lens care and maintenance, are interested in learning if contact lenses are right for you, or would like to further your optical health by scheduling a routine eye examination, then call Eye to Eye today and we’ll be happy to assist you in all your eye-care needs.

1819 York Road,
Timonium, MD 21093
410-376-7070