Project Eyecare Optometry -  - Primary Eyecare Optometrists with emphasis in Vision Therapy and Myopia Control

Project Eyecare Optometry

Primary Eyecare Optometrists with emphasis in Vision Therapy and Myopia Control located in Mission Viejo, CA

Approximately 75% of American adults need corrective lenses to see clearly. At Project Eyecare Optometry, Vincent Cano, OD, and Connie Tsai, OD, and their eye care team provide prescription eyeglasses for patients of all ages. They offer a variety of stylish frames for every budget, as well as several types of lenses and coatings to meet your specific needs. If you need a new pair of glasses, call Project Eyecare Optometry or make an appointment online today.


What are the signs I need a new pair of glasses?

Whether you wear glasses or not, if you find that you are getting frequent headaches or eye strain, it is time to make an appointment with the team at Project Eyecare Optometry. Changes in your vision can be gradual so that you might not notice blurriness right away. However, you might start to have:

  • Trouble seeing at night
  • Needing more time to adjust between dark and well-lit environments
  • Trouble reading a computer screen, phone, or book

Signs that your child might need glasses include:

  • Sitting very close to the television
  • Holding books and tablets close to their face
  • A decline in academic performance
  • Tilting their head or covering one eye
  • Rubbing their eyes a lot

If you notice any of these symptoms in yourself or anyone in your family, call Project Eyecare Optometry. The team provides comprehensive eye exams for patients of all ages and can prescribe the right lenses to help you see clearly.

How often do I need to get new glasses?

Eyeglasses can provide clearer vision as well as an opportunity to express your personality and style. An eye exam is recommended annually so that your vision is optimally at its clearest to reduce strain and blurry vision. The doctors at Project Eyecare Optometry make your vision their top priority. 

In addition, if you want a new look or prescription sunglasses, the team at Project Eyecare Optometry can help. 

What do I need to consider when choosing new eyeglasses?

The secret to choosing new eyeglasses that flatter your appearance is selecting the right frames and lenses. 

When you choose frames, think about the shape of your face and what colors suit you best. The optical team at Project Eyecare Optometry offers a wide range of frames to choose from, and the team provides advice to help you make the best selection. 

Lenses are also very important during the glasses selection. While most lenses are made from plastic, depending on your prescription, you might prefer polycarbonate or hi-index lenses for a thinner and lighter lens. You might also need progressive lenses if you need different prescriptions to see at near and far distances. The team can also provide advice on lens coatings to protect your eyes from UV rays, blue light, and glare.

Call Project Eyecare Optometry today or make an appointment online to get stylish new eyeglasses for everyone in your family.