If looking good means just as much to you as seeing well, you won’t have to choose between them at Park Professional Eyecare. In addition to crafting the lenses for your eyeglasses to precision and the highest standards of quality, we’re also pleased to offer an outstanding selection of designer frames to put them in. And if you are in the market for sunglasses, either prescription or non-prescription, we also carry an impressive array of those, too. When it comes to designer eyeglasses or prescription sunglasses, begin by making an appointment to be examined by our Pelham Parkway optometrist. A complete checkup will determine what prescription will best suit your current vision needs. Even if you already wear glasses, if it’s been more than a year since your last exam, it’s time to make your next one.
There’s little doubt that selecting your frames is probably the highlight of your visit here. And why not? With all the immediately recognizable names represented among our collection of designer eyewear, you’re only challenge will be narrowing it down to just one. Not that you have to. Getting a second pair as a spare or to allow you the flexibility of different frames for work and leisure, for example, is an excellent idea that we encourage. When your exam is completed by our Pelham Parkway optometrist, you’ll move directly to picking frames. Among the choices we have for you are Ray Ban, Gucci, Maui Jim, Tory Burch, Oakley, an Persol. And there’s more than that. If you have something specific in mind, feel free to ask us. Our aim is to make sure you’re thrilled with your purchase.
Our Pelham Parkway optometrist can also prescribe sunglasses for you that contain your needed vision correction, giving you the best of both worlds. But even if you’re only getting sunglasses for the protection from glare and hazardous UV rays, that’s certainly fine. Many of the same names that grace our eyeglass frames also adorn our sunglasses. And you can rest assured in the knowledge that every pair we have blocks a full 100% of both UVA and UVB rays to keep your eyes protected. And they look fantastic, too.