Vision Care & Your Options
Once Dr. Moennig completes your exam, Karrie, our optician, will help you select frames, lenses and lens coatings that fit your lifestyle. At your delivery appointment, we’ll make any custom adjustments necessary for your perfect fit.
Glasses & Sunglasses
Come visit our eye wear showroom. Look at our stunning collection of the latest designer frames as well as an excellent collection of familiar classics.
We can help you find just the perfect fit frame for you.
There is a new technology in contact lenses recently developed with materials designed to improve vision and comfort for dry eyed patients or patients who have not been previously successful with contact lens wear. These materials, called silcone-hydrogels, are available in three different products.We have had close to an 80% success rate with previous drop out contact lens wearers.
With dry eye there are also underlying allergies that can cause contact lenses to be chronically irritating. For this type of problem we recommend a non-preservative contact lens solution. Please call us today if you have any questions or would like more information; we’re always here to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How often should I have an eye exam?
- What can I do if I suffer from dry & itchy eyes?
- What can I do to protect my vision and eye health?
- What is the difference between a Vision Screening and an Exe Exam?
- What is the difference between polarized sunglasses and just sunglasses?
- What should I bring to an eye exam?
- Why should I wear sunglasses?
- Can glaucoma be treated?
- Can I develop glaucoma if I have increased eye pressure?
- Can I develop glaucoma without an increase in my eye pressure?
- Does increased eye pressure mean that I have glaucoma?
- What are some other forms of glaucoma?
- What are the symptoms of glaucoma?
- What is glaucoma?
- Does diabetic retinopathy have any symptoms?
- How does diabetic retinopathy cause vision loss?
- What are the stages of diabetic retinopathy?
- What is diabetic retinopathy?
- Who is at risk for diabetic retinopathy?