Glasses Specialist

Michael C. Shulkin, OD -  - Optometrist

Santa Rosa Optometry

Michael C. Shulkin, OD

Optometrist located in Santa Rosa, CA

Glasses correct your vision, and they help you express yourself because you make a statement with the frames you choose. Michael C. Shulkin, OD, and the team at Santa Rosa Optometry offer glasses for everyday wear, occupational use, sports and exercise, and more. Featuring a range of lens options, styles, and brands, Santa Rosa Optometry provides high-quality eyewear for all vision needs and eye conditions. To find out more or to schedule an eye exam, call the Santa Rosa, California, office today, or make an appointment online.

Glasses

How do I choose the right frames?

You have a personal relationship with your glasses, based on your vision needs, lifestyle, and individual style. If you need corrective eyewear, the warm, friendly team at Santa Rosa Optometry will discuss your options for lenses and help you choose a pair of frames.

Eyewear designers featured at Santa Rosa Optometry include:

  • Nike Vision
  • Marc Jacobs®
  • Lightec
  • Kate Spade®
  • Spy®
  • Bebe
  • Pro Design
  • Ovvo

You can try on many frames right in the office, and the team will be happy to order frames so you can find the perfect pair for your personal flair.

What types of lenses are available for my glasses?

An array of lens options in a variety of materials is available at Santa Rosa Optometry. Some of the most common types of lenses include:

High-index

These are thin, lightweight lenses typically used for higher prescriptions. Unlike other types of lenses, these have less distortion so you won’t have to worry about the “Coke bottle” effect that high prescriptions can create.

Multifocals

If you have separate prescriptions for daily vision, reading, driving, and working on the computer, you may need bifocals, trifocals, or progressives. Multifocal lenses allow you to wear one pair of glasses even when you need multiple prescriptions.

Polycarbonate

These hard plastic lenses are durable and UV resistant. They are popular for active people and are often used in sunglasses.

Transitions

If you work outside or you move in and out of doors frequently, Transitions® lenses offer comfort and UV protection. These lenses darken in bright light and then become clear again when you return to average lighting.

The experienced team at Santa Rosa Optometry will discuss all of your options so you can choose the best lenses for your individual needs.

What kind of glasses are best for my child?

Santa Rosa Optometry carries many frames for children, including hard-to-break designs such as memory metal frames that can withstand bending and twisting. Choosing a heavy-duty polycarbonate lens and adding a protective coating can also help prevent lenses from scratching and breaking.

Most glasses come with a warranty, so if your child does break their glasses, it won’t break the bank!

To learn more about lenses and frames at Santa Rosa Optometry, or to schedule an exam, call the office today or make an appointment online.