What is an optician?

Opticians are trained to check and fit optical frames and lenses.  They use the prescriptions written by either the optometrists and ophthalmologists but do not perform the examinations or write prescriptions. 

At Eyepic, our opticians are highly trained on the most up-to-date innovations in lens technology and eyewear trends to ensure superior vision is achieved.


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Our opticians ensure that each patient gets the best care possible when choosing eyeglasses. They guide patients on their decisions making sure each patient finds the perfect fit in order to achieve superior vision.

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Varilux Lenses

Varilux patented lenses use the best optical technology to provide you with the sharpest vision. The lenses helps you achieve the most natural vision possible.

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Blue Light Glasses

Blue light is everywhere on our TVs, phones, computers, and all digital screens. This type of light has been linked with deterioration to certain parts of the eye. Blue light glasses help protect and decrease ocular strain from our digital screens.

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Photochromic lens is an optical lens that darkens on exposure to UV light. In the absence of UV rays, the sun, the lenses return to their clear state. It is used to protect eyes from the damaging rays of the sun.

Lab on Premise

We have an optical lab in our offices which allows for a quick turn around from the moment our doctors finalize your prescriptions. We have a lot of lenses and frames in stock to make sure that our patients receive the best and fastest service.


Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) is a blockage of the meibomian glands, located at the base of your eyelashes. MGD can cause secondary dry eyes, puffiness, redness or even styes.

Trusted Brands

We maintain the highest quality when curating our selection of trusted frames. Nothing but the best for our patients.


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