When I say "All Lenses Are Not Created
Equal", it means that I fit a lens to a patient rather than fitting a patient
to a lens. This is the opposite of the way most glasses are made today.
Most glasses are designed by a computer in a cookie cutter fashion. Whereas
I design each lens based upon factors that cannot be truly measured.
Such as taking into account a personís posture,
their height and their common daily activities. All glasses will not work
equally in every situation. Certain tasks require different fitting techniques
that are rarely taken into account elsewhere. Something as simple as using
a computer requires a different set of parameters than your day to day
In addition some materials provide superior
optics and with fewer distortions, which can have a large impact on your
visual acuity. This means that two otherwise identical pairs of glasses
can give different visual results based solely on the material they are
All of this sounds expensive, but in reality
it actually costs me less to make glasses in this fashion. Then I can pass
these savings on to you, the patient. I'm proud to offer quality workmanship
at low prices.