For more than six out of 10 Americans who depend on prescription eyeglasses to see clearly, their glasses are much more than a visual aid – they’re an expression of personal style. At the practice of Roy Hyman, OD, in Louisville, Kentucky, Dr. Hyman has more than 45 years of experience in the field of optometry. He expertly corrects your vision, and his friendly team specializes in the proper fitting of your new glasses. Whether you need prescription reading glasses, prescription sunglasses, or bifocals, the team at Roy Hyman, OD, can help. Schedule an appointment by phone or online.
You can find all the latest designer frames and styles at the office of Roy Hyman, OD. Some of the most popular brands available for your new glasses or prescription sunglasses include:
Ray-Ban® and Maui Jim® are among the most popular frames men and women select for their new sunglasses. They’re stylish, and your new lenses provide clear vision when you’re outside.
The office carries a wide selection of frames for men, women, and children of all ages. You can select frames that reflect your unique, personal style. The practice also offers safety glasses for work and sports.
You can choose from a wide variety of lenses for your new glasses or sunglasses, based on your prescription and needs. Some of the different types of lenses available include:
Depending on when you’ll primarily wear your new glasses, you may also choose to add an anti-reflective coating to reduce glare. An anti-reflective coating also minimizes reflections and the appearance of halos around lights at nighttime, especially when you’re driving. With over 45 years of experience, the friendly, experienced team at Roy Hyman, OD, spends time answering your questions and recommending the types of lenses that will give you the best vision for your individual prescription and lifestyle.
The optical team can help you choose frames that look best on your face shape. When selecting your new frames, consider your skin tone, eye color, and other prominent facial features. Ultimately, your choice for new frames should be comfortable to wear and reflect your personality.
It’s best to come in and try on different frames to get an idea of the ones you like. Here are a few general guidelines to keep in mind when you do:
If you have a round face, choose frames that are more angular and narrow to help lengthen your face and make it appear thinner. Conversely, if you have a narrow, oblong face, it helps to choose frames that have more depth than width to create an overall balance.
Call the friendly office staff to schedule an eye exam for your new prescription glasses today, or book an appointment online.