Optical Department

Bronx Eye Associates | Dr. Simona Korik, Dr. Eugene Orloff & Dr. Eleonora Orlof | Cataract Surgery | Optical DepartmentIn addition to the comprehensive ophthalmology services provided at Bronx Eye Associates, our practice also features an optical shop with a wide array of eyeglass frames and contact lenses to suit every and budget. We offer patients frames from many elite designers, as well as stylish yet affordable alternatives. We also carry a full line of frames for children and teens.

Our convenient onsite location also eliminates the hassle of having to take your prescription to another location in order to fill your vision correction needs.

When visiting our optical shop, patients will be seen by one of our experienced optometrists, who will help you decide which type of glasses or contacts are best for you. Once you make your decision, the optometrist will fit you for your chosen frames or contacts to ensure that you receive the best possible results from your vision correction from a practice you trust.

Bronx Eye Associates | Dr. Simona Korik, Dr. Eugene Orloff & Dr. Eleonora Orlof | Cataract Surgery | Optical DepartmentChoosing the right lenses for your needs is just as important as finding a frame that suits you. There are many options available today and our knowledgeable staff is happy to help you find the one that is best for you. Some lenses, such as the Ultra 1.67 EZclear, are thinner and lighter than others, lending themselves to stronger prescriptions, rimless s and small frames. Others, such as ULTRAlight plus lenses, are top-of-the-line polycarbonate for the maximum scratch and impact resistance available, which makes them perfect for active individuals. Some of the most popular, useful features chosen by our customers are anti-reflective coatings, dirt resistance and 100% UVA and UVB protection.

Contact Lenses

Bronx Eye Associates | Dr. Simona Korik, Dr. Eugene Orloff & Dr. Eleonora Orlof | Cataract Surgery | Optical DepartmentThanks to advances in optical technology, almost everyone can now wear contact lenses, regardless of the type or extent of their vision problems. That includes patients with astigmatism and those who need bifocal or multifocal lenses.

If you opt for contact lenses, our staff can evaluate your needs in order to fit you correctly and comfortably. We can help you navigate the many choices such as daily wear, extended wear and disposables to perfectly suit your life. Hard contact lenses for keratoconous, post lasik irregularities and difficult fits is also available.

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To learn more about our optical department or to make an appointment, please call our office at 718-547-2020.

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