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Bayshore Eyewear

Bayshore Eyewear

At our Bayshore eyewear store, we carry a very wide variety of designer frames to suit every style, personality and budget. Below are just some of the brands that we carry in our boutique. If there is a specific designer frame that you are looking for, please call and speak to one of our frame experts and we will be more than happy to assist you. The designer eyeglass brands we carry at our Bayshore optical store, include: Bvlgari, Coach, Prada, Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, Ray Ban, Carrera, Dior, Silhouette, Guess, Versace and more!

Bayshore Eyewear

Bayshore Eyewear

Finding the right pair of glasses also means you need to keep a number of other factors in mind, such as your personality, the shape of your face, your hairstyle, complexion, and even your height.

Since there are hundreds of glasses available in different shapes and brands at our Bayshore eyewear store, you’ll have lots of options! Our opticians and frame specialists will help you find the right pair of glasses, but it doesn’t hurt to look beforehand online to see what type of frame you’d like best. This will not only save your time but also the frustration of going through so many glasses. No matter what type of glasses you choose, remember to pick a pair that suits your face so that you feel confident while wearing it.

Bayshore Eyewear

Vision Center – Bayshore
2044 Sunrise Highway
Bayshore, NY 11706
(631) 666-9595

Contact Lenses Long Island

Contact Lenses Long Island

For millions, contact lenses provide a safe and effective alternative to eyeglasses. Like the proper fit of shoes, contacts must be expertly fitted for cornea health and comfort with a Contact Lens Exam at one of our 5 Vision Center locations in Long Island. It’s important to remember: one contact lens size doesn’t fit all, which is why you should visit your Long Island eye doctor for a proper examination and fitting. If the curvature of a contact lens is too flat or too steep for your eye’s shape, you could experience corneal discomfort or even eye damage.

Long Island Contact Lenses

Long Island Contact Lenses

During an eye exam fitting at a Long Island Vision Center, you will be asked general questions about your lifestyle and preferences regarding contact lenses, such as whether you’re involved in sports or if you’re interested in options such as daily disposable lenses or overnight (extended) wear. Your Greenlawn eye doctor may also discuss the option of rigid gas permeable (RGP or GP) contact lenses. Although most people today are fitted with soft lenses, some patients with high amounts of astigmatism or other irregular corneal conditions benefit from the high degree of vision correction offered by GP lenses.

Your eye doctor may ask you about how you might want to correct vision problems related to aging. At about age 40 or maybe older, you may develop a condition known as presbyopia that decreases your ability to see clearly at close distances. To correct presbyopia, your eye doctor at Moriches Vision Center may offer you the choice of multifocal or bifocal contact lenses or monovision. With monovision one contact lens corrects for near vision and the other contact lens corrects for distance vision.

To fit your contacts, the doctor or contact lens technician will use an instrument called a keratometer to measure the curvature of your eye’s clear front surface called the cornea. These measurements or K-readings help your eye professional determine the proper curve and size for your contact lenses. Some types of contact lens fitting require that your Whitestone eye doctor knows the size of your pupils in different lighting conditions as well as the diameter of your cornea. Pupil and iris measurements help achieve a proper sizing and orientation of your contact lens.

For the last part of your Long Island contact lens exam, the health of your cornea will be evaluated using a biomicroscope or slit lamp. This information is critical for determining the type of contact lens & wear schedule, as well as establish a baseline for your doctor to evaluate any future changes to your eyes related to contact lens wear.

Greenlawn Eye Doctor 631) 261-3900
Whitestone Contact Lenses (718) 746-3937
Bayshore Designer Eyewear (631) 328-2475
Farmingdale Optometrist (516) 420-9595
Moriches Eye Exams (631) 878-0606

Eye Doctor Long Island

Eye Doctor Long Island

People often don’t realize how long its really been since they last saw their eye doctor at one of the five Vision center locations in Long Island and Queens. Eye doctors checkups should be done at least once a year, more often if you notice any change in your vision or have any optical questions.  In the matter of a year, not only could your prescription change, but your Long Island optometrist can also catch an eye infection before it spreads and worsens! With offices in Greenlawn, Whitestone, Bayshore, Farmingdale and Moriches, Vision Center has been serving the eye care needs of Long Island and Queens for many years. When deciding on an eye doctor, go with experience and exceptional patient care at Long Island and Queens Vision Center.

Long Island Optometry

Long Island Optometrists

Long Island Optometrists

Your eyesight can change a lot in a short period of time. If you don’t keep up on accurate prescriptions for your contact lenses or eyeglasses, you can strain your vision even more. Your professional and trusted Long Island eye doctors can catch a lot of problems before they get noticeably bad, and that can even mean saving your eyesight!

If you get frequent headaches go see an eye doctor to see if they might be caused by eye strain, which can be caused when you don’t realize you need a better prescription, and keep wearing your old glasses and contacts.

If you have blurry vision go to an eye doctor because chances are, you need a new prescription! You may also have an eye health issue, so see your eye doctor right away!

If you have odd blind spots or floating water-looking spots, with or without migraines, it’s a good idea to visit your eye doctor to see what’s causing them. Aside from being an annoyance, they may be caused by an eye illness.

If your eyes hurt, or are overly dry, why deal with the pain and dryness any longer? A quick visit to the eye doctor might just help clear it up, and won’t it be nice to know for sure if there’s something wrong, something that might be easy to fix and make the pain go away?

If you think you have an eye infection, or have injured your eye, like pink eye, see your eye doctor (or at least your family doctor) right away! Eye infections are highly contagious, and some can do permanent damage.

Visiting your eye doctor on a yearly basis, to keep your prescription up to date and to check on the health of your eyes is the most important doctors appointment you can make. Your eye sight is your most important sense and we’d like you to have healthy vision for the rest of your life. Visit one of our five locations in New York: Greenlawn, Whitestone, Bayshore, Farmingdale and Moriches.

Greenlawn Eyewear 631) 261-3900
Whitestone Optometrist (718) 746-3937
Bayshore Eye Exams (631) 328-2475
Farmingdale Eye Doctor (516) 420-9595
Moriches Optometry (631) 878-0606