Eye Glasses

Eye Glasses

Prescription Glasses


Prescription Sun Glasses


Prescription Safety Glasses


Our Optical Range

Many people are very confused when it comes to choosing the correct glasses. It can be hard to tell what looks best on your face, while also staying within your budget (and insurance). You also want to be comfortable in the glasses that you choose, which is why we offer a vast array of frames for men, women, and children.

We also have frames for other purposes. We offer sunglasses for those who are outside a lot and need some protection from the sun. We also offer prescription safety glasses when customers need them to stay safe at work. Sports eye wear are available for those who are highly athletic and need protection when they are exercising, practicing, and playing games. If you work at a computer all day, you might want to look into our computer eye wear. They are designed to reduce strain on your eyes, allowing you to be more focused at work.

At Sleeman Optometry we make the task easier and we are here to help you. 

Advances In Eyeglass Lenses

You have many options when choosing the lenses for your eyeglasses.
Below are listed the most popular types of lenses and lens options.

Aspheric Lenses

Aspheric lenses have a slimmer, more attractive profile than other lenses. They also eliminate that magnified, “bug-eye” look caused by some prescriptions.

High Index Lenses

High index lenses, are made of new materials that enable the lenses to be noticeably thinner and lighter than regular plastic lenses.

Polycarbonate Lenses

Polycarbonate lenses are thinner, lighter and up to 10 times more impact resistant than regular plastic lenses. These lenses are great for safety glasses, children’s eyewear, and for anyone who wants lightweight, durable lenses.

Other Lenses

Other lens coatings include scratch resistant, ultraviolet treatment and mirror coatings.

Photochromic Lenses

Photochromic lenses are sun sensitive lenses that quickly darken in bright conditions, and quickly return to a clear state in ordinary indoor lighting.

Polarized Lenses

Polarized lenses diminish glare from flat, reflective surfaces (like water) and also reduce eye fatigue.

Anti Reflective Coatings

Anti reflective coatings are among the most popular add ons for lenses. They can dramatically improve the look and comfort of your glasses by minimizing the amount of light that reflects off the surface of your lenses, which also has the added benefit of reducing glare and thus easing eye fatigue.

Eyeglass Lenses For Presbyopia

Presbyopia is the normal, age related loss of near focusing ability that makes reading and other close-up tasks more difficult after age 40.
This means that the usual type of eyeglass lenses you’ve likely been accustomed to wearing, known as single vision lenses, no longer will work well for you.


Lenses with two powers. One for distance and one for near, separated by a visible line.


Lenses with three powers for seeing at varying distances. Near, intermediate and far, separated by two visible lines.

Progressive Lenses

These lenses have many advantages over bifocals and trifocals, because they allow the wearer to focus at many different distances, not just two or three. Because they have no lines, progressive lenses allow a smooth, comfortable transition from one distance to another.

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