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Welcome to Eyewear Concepts

We’re proud to offer comprehensive eye care services and eyewear for the whole family. Our staff looks forward to helping you with all of your eye health needs. We will take the time to answer all of your questions and ensure you understand all of your options.

In everything we do, we make it our mission to provide our friends, neighbors, and the surrounding community with quality eye care and optometric expertise in a setting that is friendly and organized. We are always looking for ways to improve as a practice, too, so you if you have any suggestions or comments, we’d love to hear from you!

What our patients have to say…

I have always had the best possible service available from everyone that works there. I haven't got one single complaint. Top notch I would recommend them you to anybody and I have. So thank you.
Julie H.
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Contact us today or visit our appointment request page to find a time that is convenient for you to see us.

Eye Health Resources

Types of Contact Lenses

Millions of people wear contact lenses to help them see clearly. We’ve seen many advancements in lens materials and designs over the years. If you have tried contacts in the past, but stopped due to discomfort or poor quality, it may be time to try again. Drs. Oltmanns & Shilman will help select the best option for your eyes! We have a variety of options for your specific type of prescription correction, tear production, lifestyle, and more. Contact us at Eyewear Concepts to learn more.

How the Eye Works

Eyes are the organs of vision. Through a complex process, they detect and focus light to create images. Vision begins when light rays are reflected off of an object and enters the eye through the cornea and then pupil. It then passes through the crystalline lens which refracts light to be focused on the retina. By changing shape, the lens functions to change the focal distance of the eye so it can focus on objects at various distances.

No Glare Lenses

Have you ever experienced blinding reflections in your lenses from oncoming traffic while driving at night? No-glare, also referred to as an anti-reflective or AR treatment, is specially calculated to eliminate the glare on your lenses and increase the amount of light entering your eye. This is an important safety benefit for driving at night as no-glare lenses reduce annoying reflections and halos around lights.

Eye Exams

Unlike a vision screening or other general eye test, comprehensive eye exams evaluate the entire health of the eye. They also help the optometrist or ophthalmologist determine your unique prescription. Comprehensive eye exams should begin as an infant to ensure proper eye and vision development. Ongoing eye health examinations at regular intervals are also important as many eye diseases and vision changes can occur without warning signs.

Thinner and Lighter Lenses

Do you desire thinner, lighter lenses? People with a lower refractive error generally don’t think about the thickness of their lenses because they have many material options that are thin and light. People who have a stronger prescription, however, will notice a big difference in the weight and the appearance of their lenses with new materials.

Eyeglass Frame Materials

Never before has there been such a variety of frame materials to use for informed, technologically-driven patients. Ask us about the features and benefits of each frame material and what best meets your lifestyle requirements.This article outlines the facts on each frame material currently used to manufacture eyeglasses available in the marketplace, to help you select the best eyeglasses for your lifestyle.

COVID-19 Update

Dear Patients,

We are looking forward to seeing you! And, we want to let you know that we take our commitment to keeping our patients and team safe and healthy, in the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic, very seriously. Please take a moment to read our plan to maintain minimum person to-person contact, based on CDC guidelines:

• Masks: Our team is required to cover the nose and mouth to protect themselves, each other and you. We ask that you also enter the office wearing a mask. If you do not have one, we will provide you with a mask.

• Temperatures: Upon arrival, we will scan your forehead with a noncontact device to ensure that there is no active fever.

• Surfaces: Rest assured that every surface you may encounter, has been sanitized prior to the arrival of each and every patient entering our practice, and it will be cleaned again as you exit each area. Our team washes their hands between interactions, as per our usual protocol, and you’ll also see hand sanitizer throughout the practice for your use, as well.

• Optical: If you would like to browse frames, purchase new eyewear or need an adjustment, please give us a call to set up an appointment. We are scheduling times for our patients to help maintain social distancing and allow time to disinfect frames and surfaces between interactions.

• Eye appointments: We have planned our schedule to ensure that we have less people in our office at one time. We ask that you do not bring anyone along with you, including family members, unless you require a caregiver.

• Check-in: To minimize contact at the front desk, we will send you a text message for a simple check-in, asking that you provide this information:

     o Basic personal questions

     o Insurance (vision and medical)

     o Heath History

     o Signatures


Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation.

Eyewear Concepts