Offers A Wide Selection Of Fashion And Performance Frames
At Northeastern Eye Institute, our certified opticians will work with you to find the perfect set of glasses or "shades" to complement your style.
Northeastern Eye Institute offers a wide selection of fashion and performance frames, as well as a variety of lens materials, allowing you to custom create the perfect pair of glasses to meet your needs.
We offer a wide selection of the most fashionable frames from leading designers, including:
Northeastern Eye Institute also offers a variety of lens types, including:
Your frames should complement both your face shape and your lifestyle. We offer a wide variety of frames and styles for adults and children.
Northeastern Eyewear offers a large selection of frames. We have both high-end frames and more affordable options, ensuring we have a style that will be the right fit for your unique needs. Some of our eyewear options include:
The right style of frame for you will depend on the shape of your face. We always encourage you to choose a frame that complements the shape of your face and your other facial features:
At Northeastern Eye Institute, we offer both high index and polycarbonate lenses which can accommodate a high prescription without adding thickness to your lenses. One of our opticians can help you select the lens option that is best for you.
We offer athletic frames designed to stay on, fit comfortably, and remain durable during rigorous activity. Polycarbonate lenses are most often recommended for sports as they are light and strong, as well as scratch- and shatter-resistant.
Progressive and Transitions® lenses can provide you with the single pair of multipurpose glasses you are looking for. Progressive lenses provide smooth continuous vision correction from reading to distance, and a Transitions tint will darken and lighten lenses depending on lighting conditions.
The sun’s UV rays can damage your eyes in any light conditions, even on a cloudy day. Wearing sunglasses will provide your eyes with important protection from these harmful UV rays.
The sun is strongest between 10 am and 2 pm. While this is the peak time for UV ray damage, your eyes can still be impacted by UV rays any time you’re outside while the sun is out. Glare and reflections can also damage your eyes, so you should wear sunglasses anytime you’re out in the snow or near a body of water.
Yes. Cataracts, retinal dystrophies and macular degeneration can all make UV ray damage worse. Be even more careful if you have any of these conditions and always wear a good pair of sunglasses.
Your sunglasses should provide protection for your eyes and match your style. Look for sunglasses that provide 99-100% protection from UVA and UVB rays.
Whether you need high performance polarized lenses, comprehensive UV protection, or the latest fashions, we have a wide selection for you to choose from. With the help of a Northeastern Eye Institute optician, you are sure to find the sunglasses that fit your lifestyle and unique fashion sense.