Glasses and Contact Lenses
The Spectacle Shop
The Spectacle Shop, with 30 years experience, has joined Eye Care Physicians & Surgeons of New Jersey to provide full service optical care. We have an optical lab on premises to offer the best quality of service to our patients. Our professional and experienced opticians are here to help you select frames that make you look your best, fit your lifestyle, and provide you with the comfort and style you deserve.
Advances in single vision and progressive lens technology have given you, the eyeglass wearer, more choices than ever. We offer a variety of the most technologically advanced progressive lenses such as Varilux, Definity and Physio-360, as well as options like Transitions, Crizal Alize and Hi-Index 1.74. Our opticians will explain what products and processes are available today and how they work to give you the best vision possible. We accept most insurance as well as offer a 12-month free, unconditional warranty on frames.
We carry a large selection of designer frames and sunglasses, such as Fendi, Dior, Gucci, Escada, Furla, Cynthia Rowley, Tura, Caviar, Silhouette, Fossil, Nike, Aspex, Revolution, Givenchy, Calvin Klein, Guess and more.
We also offer many of the latest new exclusive lines from around the world like Kashiyama, Brendel, Volte Face, Klink, Pro Design, Scandinavian Optical, I-Spax, Belaggio, Ogi and Fissh.
Our frames meet every budget and lifestyle. We also can use your current frames, if you wish, and cut new lenses to replace scratched or out of date lenses. We welcome any outside RX’s and no appointments are necessary for the optical. Please feel free to stop in and have our qualified staff help you with any questions or special needs you may have.
Contact lenses are worn directly on the cornea of the eye. Like eyeglasses, contact lenses help to correct refractive errors and perform this function by adding or subtracting focusing power to the eye’s cornea and lens.
Reading a contact lens prescription:
The prescription for contact lenses includes more information than what is available on the prescription for eyeglasses. Special measurements are taken of the curvature of the eye. In addition, your physician will determine if your eyes are too dry for contact lenses, and if there are any corneal problems that may prevent a person from wearing contact lenses. Trial lenses are usually tested on the eyes for a period of time to ensure proper fit.
The contact lens prescription usually includes the following information:
- contact lens power (measured in diopters, like eyeglasses)
- contact lens base curve
- diameter of the lens
Eye care specialists are required by federal law to give you a copy of your contact lens specifications.