May is UV Awareness Month. Click here for savings!

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Valid through: June 30th, 2021

Summer Sunshine Special — Save with Us on Sunglasses!

No coupon needed…

Just tell us you received our email, or saw our website to get 25% off a complete pair of prescription sunglasses, and $40 off in-stock, non-prescription sunglasses during the month of May.*


We all know that UV rays are harmful to our skin, but often we forget that they cause a number of eye problems, too.
Exposure to UV rays can lead to cataracts, macular degeneration or skin cancer around the eyelids. These rays radiate directly from the sun, but they are also reflected from the ground, water, snow, sand and other bright surfaces.
Dr. Virden and Dr. Sanders believe that every patient should use eyewear that absorbs UV rays and wear a brimmed hat or cap outdoors. A wide brimmed hat or cap will block about half of the UV rays, and adding a quality pair of sunglasses that absorb UV rays gives you the most protection.
While we always make sure our patients’ prescription glasses protect from UV, sunglasses are the better option due to larger frames and wrapped styles giving more protection.

*Sorry, no other discounts apply. This discount cannot be combined with other insurance or vision plan coverage.