Eyewear

providing exceptional eye wear and customer service since 1994

For almost two decades, our on-site eyewear shop has been making the best quality glasses at a reasonable price, using the best quality material possible. How is this possible?


Experience - Patients at Mountain View Optical receive personal service and fitting directly with our managers, Timothy McClain and Narda McClain, who each have over 25 years of experience dispensing and fitting glasses.


On-site service - We have a full lab, enabling us to do the finishing of the glasses in our office. This means we can make and adjust lenses for your glasses on the spot – no need to leave your glasses overnight!

Highest Quality - We offer the following:

  • the best in Antireflective coating - to reduce glare
  • the newest available Transitions 6 photochromic lenses - that change color in sunlight
  • access to every style of lens to include progressive lenses
  • over 1,000 frames on display
  • great selection of non-prescription sunglasses for LASIK and PRK patients


Payment Options - We accept VSP and EyeMed vision insurances. If you have no vision insurance, we will give you 20% off the cost of your glasses after seeing one of our eye doctors. LASIK and PRK patients from our doctors receive 30% off non-prescription sunglasses.


Frames styles - We carry the following stylish brands in eyewear to help you find the best match for your style and personality:

Brands


Contact Lenses

We are committed to fitting you with the contact lenses needed to not only correct your vision but provide you with ultimate comfort.

  • Soft contact lenses - Often the most comfortable and easy to adjust to, these contacts are made of a flexible plastic that allows oxygen to pass through the contact to the cornea.
  • Rigid Gas Permeable contact lenses - These lenses are more durable than soft lenses, though they may take a few weeks to become accustomed to wearing. Often less expensive than the soft lenses, the RGP contact lenses are more likely to resist deposit buildup.
  • Extended wear contact lenses - Like the soft contact lenses, the extended wear contacts are flexible and allow oxygen to pass through easily. These contacts are for overnight wear or continuous daily wear.
  • Disposable contact lenses - These contact lenses are also soft and flexible, and are typically used for one day then thrown away.
  • Decorative contact lenses - These contact lenses do not correct vision, but instead change the appearance of the eye's color.

Included in every contact lens evaluation are your initial pair of diagnostic lenses, contact lens solution and a storage case.