Glasses

Glasses you can trust

Picking out glasses can be overwhelming…our experienced  staff is here to assist you in making the perfect choice for you.

At Moss Opticians you can choose from over 1500 frame styles.

Inventory is constantly refreshed with new frames arriving weekly. Choose from the latest designer trends and edgy styles, or more simple and cost-conscious frames.

In addition to eyeglasses we specialize in:

  • Contact lenses
  • A large selection of non-prescription sunglasses
  • Children’s sport goggles
  • Prescription swim goggles
  • Adult sport goggles

We also offer accessories to compliment your style, such as:

  • Handmade eyeglass chains
  • Cords
  • Sport straps
  • Ant-fog cloths
  • Fit-over sunglasses
  • Eyeglass cleaners and cloths
  • Ceramic or leather eyeglass holders

Kids' Corner

Our staff is well-known for its skill in working with children and young adults—from infancy to the college-bound. We are pleased to say that we are now caring for “our children’s” children!

Guidelines:
The American Academy of Pediatrics has set up basic guidelines to emphasize the importance of regular eye examinations in infancy and childhood. There are warning signs for:

Infants to 1

• Difficulty making steady eye contact by 2–3 months
• Constant crossing of eyes or one eye that turns in or out (occasional crossing of eyes up to 6 months of age is normal)
• Difficulty tracking or following moving objects

Pre-School Children

• Misalignment of eye—see ophthalmologist immediately
• Presence of a white pupil—see ophthalmologist immediately
• Sudden development of pain or redness in eye

Child

• Eyes fluttering quickly from side to side, or up and down
• Watery eyes
• Eyes sensitive to light
• White, grayish-white, or yellow-colored material in pupil
• Constant redness
• Continued pus or crust in eye
• Eyes look crossed
• Child rubs eyes constantly
• Child squints often
• Eyelid droops
• Eyes appear to bulge

Holiday Hours

We will be Closed:

Saturday, May 25th, 2024
in observance of Memorial Day

Resuming Normal Hours Tuesday, May 28th