Optical Boutique

 

The Optical at Sudbury Eye Care won the 2018 Reader’s Choice Award for Sudbury. It is all due to our loyal patients and great staff. 

The Sudbury Eye Care Optical provides eyewear for the entire family. From men, women, children and petite sizes, we can provide stylish options for everyone you care about. Our optical carries quality designer frames, safety glasses, blue-blocker computer glasses and polarized sunglasses in prescription and non-prescription. We have taken great care to also provide a comprehensive selection of  smaller frames for mature petite women.

Dr. Labiento Smith focuses on quality, style and customer service when she choosing frame vendors for the optical. Sudbury Eye Care is an independently owned Optometry practice. By being a private practice, we are able to honor all vendor manufacturing warrantees on frames and lenses. This allows our clients to be confident in their frame and lens purchase.

Sudbury Eye Care offers single vision and aspheric lenses, progressive lenses, specialized work/office progressives, Transition brand photochromic lenses, the newest polarized lenses in a rainbow of colors (or traditional grey and brown), safety lenses for sports or work and premium anti-glare and blue-blocking anti-glare coatings. We are a vendor for Essilor, Shamir and Zeiss premium lens products. 

Some brands we carry include BCBG, Aspire, Legre, Lilly Pultizer, Konishi, ClearVision, Ellen Tracy, Ocean Pacific, Izod and Swiss Flex. We regularly continue to increase our collection and have seasonal trunk shows to allow our clients to see the entire collection. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for upcoming shows.

Walk-in’s are welcome but you can also make an appointment to meet our qualified staff to see the hand-picked selection of unique and fashionable frames and discuss the best optical lens designs for your prescription .

Sudbury Eye Care is an authorized optical for VSP and EyeMed clients.

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