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Optical Services

At McFarland Eye Care our awesome, knowledgeable opticians stand ready to help you with the perfect solution to meet your visual needs. Our opticians will also help you find the right frames for your personality and lifestyle. We have certified ABO professionals with decades of experience. This is a personalized eye care service that you can trust.

Our expertise includes custom tailoring the right eye wear no matter what you like doing. Whether you are active and enjoy biking, golfing or even if you prefer cooking or playing cards we understand your needs. Our selection is wide and includes traditional frames, sunglasses, safety glasses, children’s glasses and more.

We have taken great effort to also provide the best in lens technology. Our lens options that can help with digital eye strain, trouble sleeping, night driving, seasonal-effective disorder, migraines, dyslexia, or light-sensitive epilepsy. 

What Types of Eyeglasses and Frame Brands Do You Carry at McFarland Eye Care?

From Gucci to Ray Ban, Maui Jim, and Oakley, we have you covered.  See the latest styles from Anne Klein, Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Nike, and more! Our optical shops are committed to a “core” of quality that is carefully selected. We feel confident that you will find the best selection of designer frames as well as a really amazing selection of smaller independent company frames. When shopping for new eyeglasses we highly suggest choosing frames that will suit your lifestyle.

We have professional consultants ready to guide you through this process. From durable yet lightweight titanium to plastic, you’ll want to think about the material type that’s best for your needs.




What if I Don’t Like Wearing Glasses?

If you prefer to wear contacts, we can evaluate and fit you for conventional or custom lenses.  We are experts in single-use soft contact lenses, so let us help select the right one for you that meets your needs and your budget.   Our doctors fit custom contact lenses for visual needs like astigmatism, presbyopia, or eye disorders like keratoconus.

How Much Do Eyeglasses Cost?

We have quality options for every budget!

Let us help you choose what will work best for your needs at a price you are comfortable with

Options include:

  • HSA
  • CareCredit
  • CAS (cafeteria plan)
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Why Does Lens Selection Matter?

There are many factors that determine how you will see through your glasses. Which is why your glasses should be customized to you, your needs, and your lifestyle. Selecting your glasses is a two-step process once you select your frame.

Step 1 is selecting your base lens and Step 2 is selecting the options that are applied to your base lens.

When you come to one of our Optical Shops, our Optical team will devote themselves to helping you make the best selections for you. They love helping patients understand these options and leaving with the perfect pair of glasses that suit all their needs!

Step 1: Base Lens Options

Single Vision:

Single vision lenses are a type of lens that only correct vision for a single distance. These lenses are designed to correct astigmatism, nearsightedness, or farsightedness. They are crafted to correct one prescription, which is evenly distributed over the entire surface of the lens.

Eyezen™ Enhanced:

Eyezen™ is a category of cutting-edge lenses designed to relax and help protect eyes from screens. These lenses adapt visual correction to the viewing distances of each digital device including very close vision and a light filtering technology which helps protect the eyes from harmful blue-violet light emitted by digital screens. Eyezen™ lenses also reduce eyestrain improve the readability of small fonts, diminish glare, improve contrast, and help prevent premature ageing of wearers’ eyes.

Varilux® Progressive:

Single vision lenses are a type of lens that only correct vision for a single distance. These lenses are designed to correct astigmatism, nearsightedness, or farsightedness. They are crafted to correct one prescription, which is evenly distributed over the entire surface of the lens.

Step 2: Add-On Lens Options


Everyone can benefit from having the anti-glare treatment added to their lenses! Our Crizal Anti-Glare line gives you the clearest vision possible with protection against glare, scratches, smudges, water, dust, and even UV rays.


Transition lenses are engineered to darken in the sun and clear when indoors. Having transition lenses is like having a pair of glasses and sunglasses in one frame. Many people enjoy the convenience of these lenses. We offer a standard transition lens as well as the Transitions® XTRActive® line, which provide a darker lens in the sun and a faster transition to indoor use, plus a blue light filter.


Polarized lenses not only reduce glare, but they also make images appear sharper and clearer, increasing visual clarity and comfort. They also protect your eyes from harmful UV Rays. According to the AAO, people who use polarized sunglasses often say they are less tired than usual after hours of battling sun glare. But polarized sunglasses can be a good choice for most everyday situations, as well.

Care and Cleaning

Caring for your eyeglasses is important for many reasons. The most obvious reason is to make sure you can see properly! But cleaning your glasses is also important in order to keep them free from bacteria and other harmful particles that could potentially find their way into your eyes. Eek!

Below are some tips for taking care of your eyeglasses and lenses.

  • Clean your lenses every day with soft or microfiber cloths
  • Do not expose to hot temperature
  • Avoid using harsh chemicals and paper towels when cleaning your lenses
  • Always store your glasses in their case when not using them
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