If you need to wear glasses to correct your vision, visit Dr. Thuy Yath, OD, and her team at Better Vision Eyecare in Anthem, Arizona. They offer an extensive selection of prescription eyewear, including designer brands. Booking an appointment for your eye care is easy. Call Better Vision Eyecare today and speak to a team member. They’ll answer your questions and verify your benefits coverage. You can also schedule your Better Vision Eyecare appointment online at any time.
If your eye exam shows any vision problems, you need prescription eyewear to correct your sight. Better Vision Eyecare offers a wide range of prescription eyewear, including designer frames, sunglasses, and specialized eyewear like prescription safety glasses.
Your experienced eye doctor performs a thorough eye exam to evaluate your sight. This includes a visual acuity test and the use of advanced technologies that assess every aspect of your vision.
After your test, you receive a prescription for lenses that will correct the flaws in your vision.
The Better Vision Eyecare team can help you select the frames for your new prescription lenses. They have many years of experience advising clients on the frames that best suit their needs.
Better Vision Eyecare carries a large selection of frames (with exclusive styles as a Vision Source partner), including designer brands like:
The style of prescription eyewear frame that best suits you depends on your face and the shape and size of your eyes. The Better Vision Eyecare team can help you find frames that complement your appearance.
Comfort and practicality are also important. You might prefer glasses with shorter or longer temple tips (the parts behind your ears). Or you might have sensitive skin and need a metal like titanium that won’t trigger an allergic reaction. Better Vision Eyecare can cater to all these needs.
Better Vision Eyecare offers the latest advanced lens technologies, including:
High-index lenses are made from plastics that provide thinner, lighter lenses in your prescription eyewear.
Aspheric lenses avoid the magnifying effect of some prescription lenses that make your eyes look bigger.
Polycarbonate lenses are thin, light, and tougher than other lenses. These lenses are particularly suited to children, athletes, and people with active hobbies.
Photochromic lenses are clear when you’re inside but darken in bright sunlight.
Polarized lenses are treated with a chemical coating that reduces glare and prevents eye fatigue.
You can also choose coatings that make your lenses anti-reflective, scratch-resistant, ultraviolet (UV) light resistant, or mirrored.
Call Better Vision Eyecare or book an appointment online today to arrange your eye test and learn more about your prescription eyewear choices.