Our most famous model all the way from Sequim, WA: Ruben in his new Montauk Sunglasses from Etnia Barcelona's Vintage Collection.
2016 is approaching so use your flex spending accounts before they expire. You can stock up on contact lenses or use them for sunglasses or check out our new Etnia Barcelona Vintage collection.
Superior breathability and end of day comfort specifically designed for dryness symptoms associated with digital device users. A contact lens exam and a purchase of a years supply of contacts comes with a $120 rebate.
Years Supply: $240 minus $120 rebate= $120/year. Use your insurance benefits and your lenses could be free!
Don't forget about free shipping to your home or work and using your flexible spending accounts.
Offer ends 9/30/15
Summer is in full swing so don't forgot those cool shades with UV protection. For added glare protection, we recommend polarized lenses and an anti-glare coating.
NEW OFFICE HOURS
Starting April 21st, we are extending our office hours to better accommodate your needs. We want you to have more opportunities to come in for your yearly eye exam and to pick up your glasses and contacts.
Closed on Sunday-Monday
Dr Sochet Sao will be part of a free Vision Screening on Thursday Jan 29th in partnership with the South Coast Retina Center and St Mary's Low Vision Center.
In the spirit of giving and Cyber Monday if you happen to be shopping on Amazon this Holiday season please click on the following link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/95-3771974
1/2% of proceeds will benefit The Center for Partially Sighted http://www.low-vision.org/
Don't forget we are also taking non-perishable food donations for#LBkidsgiving that will benefit the Long Beach Rescue Mission.
Patients that sleep in their contact lenses or over wear them are Dr Sao's most common reason for emergency office visits. The first national look at this issue by the CDC has found that $175 million a year is spent in healthcare costs to treat keratitis associated with contact lens abuse.
Dr Sao has 3 main rules for proper contact lens care which will aide you in being a successful contact lens wearer (and save you from an office visit and expensive prescription eye drops):
1. Don't sleep in your contacts! Many contacts are "approved" for overnight wear but you have to read the fine print that says you still run the risk of eye infections.
2. Replace them accordingly! A monthly lens should be changed out every 30 days starting from when the package was opened. That means you should discard them in 30 days even if you've only worn them a few times a week. The lens material is like a matrix that can harbor oils, protein, debris, and dead cells from your tears/eyes. The coating on some lenses will also wear out and be less comfortable.
3. Keep everything clean that comes in contact with the lens and your eyes! That means wash your hands, clean the storage case daily and replace it every few months. Use only contact lens disinfecting solution to clean and store your lenses overnight.
We don't take sight for granted. Like earth, we do whats best to preserve what we have.