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During COVID-19 Oregon Eye Specialists is limiting patients in the Optical Sight Shop. Please call to schedule an appointment with an optician prior to arriving at the clinic. 

Our team takes pride in helping you choose the right lenses for your eye health, vision, and lifestyle. Your Oregon Eye Specialists physician will examine your eyes, consult with you, and work with your Sight Shop optician to make sure your prescription is crafted precisely, giving you the best vision.

All Sight Shop lenses include:

  • Scratch protection
  • Full ultraviolet (UV) blocking to protect your eyes
  • The Sight Shop Promise: 1-year minimum warranty on frames

Discover the right lenses for you

We offer the latest prescription eyewear in single-vision, bifocal, trifocal and progressive (no-line) lenses. Using our own lens manufacturing laboratory and independent supplier network allows us to offer a wide array of lens designs, including customized solutions. Our experts maintain full control over the accuracy and effectiveness of your lenses.

Single-vision lenses

Single-vision lenses support people who need help seeing objects at a distance, or for those with computer-viewing needs. The Sight Shop offers a wide selection of single-vision lenses – we have materials and finishes to fit every budget and lifestyle need, from active sports to extended computer wear.View Video

Bifocal and trifocal lenses

If you need glasses to see both up close and at a distance, you will likely benefit from bifocals. The lenses of bifocals are divided into two focus areas: a bottom area for near vision and a top area for distance. If you look closely, you’ll see the thin horizontal line that divides these areas of focus. If you and your Oregon Eye Specialists physician decide that bifocals or trifocals are your best choice, talk to your Sight Shop optician.View Video

Progressive (no-line) lenses

Progressive lenses are bifocal or trifocal lenses with no visible lines dividing the focus areas. More of the lens is taken up by the transition between areas, so each focus area is slightly smaller than with bifocals or trifocals. However, many people prefer the no-line look. Careful selection is essential to making the most of your progressive lenses, and our team is happy to help you work through this decision.View Video

Polarization Lenses for Driving

Every Sight Shop is located next door to an Oregon Eye Specialists clinic, so you don’t have to go far to find one. Explore our Sight Shop locations!



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