Optical Services

Our optical technicians help you in finding the perfect fit for your look, lifestyle and budget from our superior selection of quality eyeglasses, eyewear, and prescription glasses.

Designer Frames

Single vision lenses
These are the simplest and least expensive lens style.

Bifocal lenses
A bifocal lens is used to provide vision at both distance and near.

Trifocal lenses
By adding a third lens the eye glasses enable focusing on objects that are in your mid-range -like a cell phone.

Progressive lenses
Sometimes called "no-line bifocals,” these glasses provide the most complete solution to focusing at different distances.

Polycarbonate lenses
Polycarbonate lenses provide ultraviolet protection. These lenses have become the standard for safety glasses, sports goggles and children's eyewear. Because they are less likely to fracture than regular plastic lenses, polycarbonate lenses also are a good choice for rimless eyewear designs where the lenses are attached to the frame components with drill mountings.

Trivex lenses
Trivex lenses provide ultraviolet protection. They are made from a newer plastic with similar characteristics of polycarbonate lenses. It is lightweight, thin and impact-resistant and may result in better vision correction than the polycarbonate lenses depending on personal preferences.

High index plastic lenses
High-index plastics allow for thinner lenses. The lenses may not be lighter, however, due to the increase in density vs. mid- and normal index materials. Aside from thinness of the lens, another advantage of high-index plastics is their strength and shatter resistance, although not as shatter resistant as polycarbonate. This makes them particularly suitable for rimless eyeglasses.

Photochromic lenses
Photochromic lenses are eyeglass lenses that darken automatically when exposed to sunlight, then fade back when you return indoors. In most cases, photochromic lenses are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken to a medium sun tint outdoors.

Polarized sunglasses
Light reflected from water or a flat surface can cause unwanted glare. Polarized lenses reduce glare and are useful for sports, out door activities, and driving.

"This place is filled with staff who values everyone who walks into their office. They take their time to show every patient the same level of excellence care and service. As response to the negative comments, I for one don't want anyone rushing to get me out the door, without full proper correction of what ever brought me in to their office. The office management, Janice and Paula have always been friendly and make sure that they have had great staff to provide only the best."
~ Rea Riggs

"I’ve purchased two pairs of prescription Oakleys from the optical shop here, one sunglasses and the other progressives. They had an excellent selection of both high-end and budget frames and Gary and Jenny were very helpful in choosing and fitting the frames. Both sets of glasses turned out great—amazingly clear and comfortable! Highly recommended!"
~ Martin Stadtmueller

"I could not be more pleased by the treatment I received from Dr. Rutar and her staff. She performed two cataract surgeries for me and each time she carefully explained all the options and risks along with the likely outcomes. I was completely confident in her approach, as well as in her staff, who are very pleasant and professional."
~ Lee Baldwin

"Was able to easily get exam completed for my daughter and find her glasses that she liked!!"
~ Thriving Man

"Had debris in my eyes. Didn't think I flushed it all out. They got me in within a couple hours of calling and checked my eyes out for me. Very Professional and friendly staff. Highly recommend them. Thank you Dr. Barrus :)"
~ Yancy Savage

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~ ECB Klamath