Eyeglasses FAQs

Choosing the right eyewear is key to maximizing your vision. By learning more about eye care and eyeglasses, you can make informed choices about the eyewear you buy. These FAQs from Eye Zone Inc. in Cleveland provide greater insight into how to select the right eyeglasses for you.  

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Why are routine eye exams necessary?

Through routine eye exams, your Cleveland optometrist can detect problems with your vision and eyes. Eye exams uncover irregularities in your vision so you can take measures to correct your sight. They also uncover signs of eye conditions or diseases that can lead to permanent vision loss. Detecting these diseases early enables you to get treatment that can preserve your sight.

What does an optometrist do during a vision exam?

Your Cleveland eye doctor tests your visual acuity to see if you have refractive errors in your sight. If so, we will write out a prescription for eyeglasses to improve your vision. We’ll also test your eye pairing and teaming skills and evaluate the overall health of your eyes.

What does the term “20/20 vision” mean?

If you have 20/20 vision, you can see clearly at a distance of 20 feet. It’s a term to describe accurate visual acuity for most people at that particular distance. People with 20/20 vision have no need for corrective lenses to improve their sight.

If I need glasses, what type of frames should I choose?

In our optical shop, you will find the latest brands in eyewear fashion with frames of all sizes, colors, shapes, and styles. When selecting frames, consider what matches best with the shape of your face and color of your skin. Try on different types of frames to compare how they look and feel. Look for frames that are durable, comfortable, and suited to your personal lifestyle.

What type of lenses should I choose?

Our optical shop also carries numerous types of lenses to pair off with your frames. Our lenses come in various materials to suit your prescription and lifestyle. Some lenses are made of plastic polymer while others are made of polycarbonate, Trivex, or glass. We’ll review the pros and cons of each to help you choose the best option for you.

We’ll also explain the different types of coatings you can put on your lenses to improve their function. Anti-reflective coatings get rid of reflections and glare so you can see more clearly through your lens. Photochromatic lenses darken in the sun, enabling you to use your prescription eyewear as sunglasses.

See Your Cleveland Eye Doctor for Quality Eyewear

For quality eye care services and products for your entire family, contact Eye Zone Inc. in Cleveland at 440-684-0800 today.  

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EYEZONE, Jean Orehek, O.D.​

Monday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonial

  • "I walked into this place today after work without an appointment and was treated like a long standing customer/patient. The staff is very knowledgeable and professional in addition to being delightful. This is my new spot for eyeglasses and contact lenses. Check them out. Ya'll know what a pistol I am about my eye care."
    Mary B.
  • "It was a rather refreshing experience due to the superb customer experience."
    Jerry C.