|William Curran Opticians||
Is this the look that you want??
Or would you prefer this look?
Problem: Too many middle aged individuals wear readers. Do you think that wearing eyewear on the tip of your nose looks good? Everyday your family, friends, and co-workers see this appearance. What's worse is I bet you are constantly putting on your readers every time someone hands you something to read, only to take them off a few minutes later. Every time you read the newspaper, menu, or books, you're going through this needless process. Also, by putting them on the collar of your shirt or on top of your head, eventually you will misplace them and then you won't be able to get through your day until you purchase a new pair of eyewear. The best place to keep your eyewear is either wear them on your face or store them in your case.
Back when I was in grade school, if you had to wear "glasses" then it probably was a tough day on the playground. Today, celebrities, fictional superheroes, and professional athletes are all wearing eyewear. It's become a fashion statement and considered cool for all ages!
However, when it comes to buying quality eyewear for children, parents often purchase eyewear for their child at a mega-chain store and the experience for both the child and the parents is not pleasant. The newly purchased eyewear is often thick, heavy, and too big for the child! I would like to inform all parents the importance of buying quality eyewear for their child, especially if it's their first pair of eyewear!
This is the # 1 question that I hear from new customers when they enter our office. It's an important question too! With so many popular frame brands, lens materials, types of lenses, and add-ons, it can be difficult to find a good price on quality eyewear, especially when you see all of these too-good-to-be-true deals advertised on TV commercials and websites. That being said, let me break down the general ideal price when it comes to quality eyewear.