We know it can be very stressful to shop for the right pair of prescription glasses, contact lenses, or sunglasses. Thats why our Customer Experience team is here to help Monday – Friday 10-6pm (EST). Contact US with any questions you might have regarding an annual eye exam, contact lense fitting, eye problems, or prescription eyewear.
If you have inquires outside of store hours, scroll down to view answers to our most frequently asked questions.
Thanks for your patience!
Take look at a few of our most frequently asked questions below:
Most frequent questions and answers
We offer eye exams at both of our locations. You can request a visit from the comfort of your own home with just a laptop and an iPhone. Simply click to request a time that works for you with one of our optometrists or call us directly.
How long does an exam last?
Most exams last about 30 minutes. However, if you choose to have your pupils dilated at the time of your exam, your appointment could last up to 40 minutes. (Just heads up: Dilations can cause your eyes to be sensitive to light for several hours after your exam. Best to book your appointment for a time when you can rest up afterward!)
It may be possible to use your own frame, depending on your prescription and lens option you choose.
- Thin, light, and impact-resistant plastic lenses. They include a scratch-resistant and anti-reflective coating.
1.67 high-index lenses
- Thinner lenses designed for stronger prescriptions. They are 20% thinner than Polycarbonate lense. This option also includes a scratch-resistant and anti-reflective coating.
1.74 high-index lenses
- Our highest index lens designed for very strong prescriptions. Since they are the thinnest, flattest, and most cosmetically appealing lens ever developed. These ultra-thin lenses are nearly 50% thinner than plastic and 5% thinner than 1.67 high index lenses.
- Our experienced optician will let you know if these lenses are recommended based on your prescription!
- Available in polycarbonate or 1.67 high-index material—whatever suits your prescription
- Designed to filter a higher percentage of blue light than our standard or high-index lenses.
- The transition from clear to a darker tint (choose from grey, brown, or green) when exposed to UV rays, rain, or shine.
- These lenses available in polycarbonate or 1.67 high-index material—whatever suits your prescription.
Polarized polycarbonate lenses
- Thin and light plastic lenses. These lenses designed to reduce glare and equipped with scratch-resistant treatment.
1.67 high-index sun lenses
- Thinner lenses designed for stronger just as your regular glasses. They will help to reduce glare protect your frame from scratches and provide 100% UVA protection for your eyes.
If you have any additional questions about our lens option or need help to decide what works best with your RX we’re happy to help.
Can you make lenses with a prism correction?
Yes! Pricing is based on your specific prescription.
We include our lens clean kit with every purchase! It’s compact and fits in every purse and comes with a lens spray and microfiber cleaning cloth to keep your lenses clear and smudge-free.
You can also rinse your lenses with mild dish soap and lukewarm water, and dry them with a soft cloth. Make sure not to rub your glasses with your shirt 🙂 As it will scratch the coating of the lens.
WE know you can’t wait.. Glasses can take from 3-7 days, depending on the prescription, special finishes, coatings, etc. Yosemite Eyewear committed to providing your eyewear in the least amount of time possible, and of course without sacrificing our high-quality standards.
Depending on the complexity of your order, it may be possible to craft your new awesome glasses in less time, by using our store lab. Our associates will make sure to give you an estimate of how long will it take to get your new pair.
Am I able to buy contacts at Yosemite Eyewear?
Yes! We carry a variety of contact lenses that accommodate a range of prescriptions.
Our optometrist will help you to select the best option for you. It’s always best to consult your doctor before trying a new type of contact lens.
Where can I get a contact lens fitting?
What types of contacts can I purchase from you?
WE carry a variety of contact lenses that correct a range of prescriptions. This includes:
- 1-Day Acuvue Moist
- Acuvue Oasys
- Air Optix
- Biotrue ONEday