Optometrists assess patients' visual acuity & outfit eyes with frames from brands such as Marc Jacobs, Chanel & Versace
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Named the best local optometrist by NBC affiliate WAFF-48, Dr. Randall Reber and his partner, Dr. Nolan Riley, assess children's and adults' visual acuity with Visioffice measuring devices and prescribe eyewear from a wide selection of brands. During a primary eye-care exam ($130), optometrists team with specialized technology to scrutinize patrons' peepers, diagnosing maladies, identifying proper eyewear prescriptions, and shrinking themselves to microscopic size to explore corneas firsthand.
Glasses gurus translate diagnoses into custom lenses ($150+), which nestle into upscale rims or thrifty complete-value specs ($99+). An array of frames from brands such as Marc Jacobs, Chanel, and Versace ($100+) accentuate eyes and outfits, and a spectrum of contact lenses ($114+ for six-month supply) subtly elucidates vision. While patients wait to see the doctor, kids romp about the play area as adults kick back on the lobby's cozy couches beneath the glow of a flat-screen TV.