Have you tried to find children’s eyeglasses, children’s sunglasses, or children’s sports protective eyewear and been frustrated by the selection and the quality of service? Then it’s time to visit the Children’s Optical at Sudbury Eye Care for a professional experience!
Sudbury Eye Care’s children’s optical carries eyeglasses, sunglasses and prescription or non-prescription sports protective eyewear (including glasses for baseball, basketball, cycling, lacrosse, skiing, tennis, swim goggles and other specialty eyewear).
Sudbury Eye Care is proud to have one of the best children’s optical in the Metrowest Massachusetts area. We have won the 2018 Reader’s Choice for best Optical in Sudbury, all thanks to our loyal families and patients. We have a wide variety of great looking and durable frames and sports glasses for infants, young children, tweens and teens. But more than this, we have staff trained to work with all children and address their unique needs.
If your child has hearing aids, Down’s Syndrome, Autism, a high prescription, ocular disease or needs bifocals you need a professional you can trust. We have extensive resources in the industry and can special order prescriptions, additional sizes, materials and lengths to create the best fit and vision, allowing for the accuracy of the doctors prescription.
We are an authorized vendor of Essilor, Shamir and Zeiss lenses. We also recommend Transitions brand photochromic lenses for young children to protect their eyes in the sun. Some of the vendors we carry are Miraflex, Dilli Dally, Clear Vision, DB4K, Izod, Lilly Pulitzer, Konishi, Converse, Liberty Sport and Hilco sports goggles. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for upcoming optical trunk shows to see the newest styles for your children.
Sudbury Eye Care is an authorized optical for patients with VSP and Eyemed optical insurance.
If your child has special needs or requests please call ahead to book and appointment with the Optical to assure your child can have the attention they need.
This woman literally saved my eyesight. I was cleaning the toilets at work one day when I got bowl cleaner in my eye. My boss called the owner and she opened just for us. Tested my eye and rinsed it until the ph was correct. Apparently, toilet bowl cleaner can literally blind you, I may have lost the sight on one eye if it wasn’t for this doctor.
Lori T. — Google