Optometrists examine ocular regions before customers select designer frames from Gucci, Ted Baker, Nike, Flexon, Coach and BCBG
What You'll Get
Before buying a new pair of glasses, you must know your proper prescription and whether or not you are allergic to cat-eye frames. Get a professional opinion with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a comprehensive eye exam (a $39 value) and $225 toward frames and prescription lenses (a $264 total value)
- $19 for $200 toward frames and prescription lenses
The vision-smiths at Visual Health Doctors of Optometry adorn oculars with designer frames from Coach, Ted Baker, Calvin Klein, Prodesign, Modo, Banana Republic, and Armani inset with custom-crafted lenses. During thorough eye examinations, optometrists determine the best prescription to boost vision so that clients can make out the man on the moon’s stubble. Frames typically average between $189 and $399 each, and base lenses cost $149 and come with a scratch-resistant coating.
The Fine Print
About Visual Health Doctors of Optometry
The optometrists at Visual Health Doctors of Optometry tap into stored expertise during comprehensive exams assisted by a high-tech computer and a wisecracking flashlight at Visual Health's three Virginia locations. After emerging from exams clutching accurate eye prescriptions, customers peruse the showroom with the help of multilingual staff members, who show off designer frames from brands such as Coach, Ted Baker, and Calvin Klein. After selecting frames, technicians in the onsite lab craft standard, Crizal, or Varilux premium lenses, a Visual Health Doctors of Optometry speciality, or place orders for contacts.