Find Out All About Us:
Danielle Crull is a certified Master Optician, one of fewer than four hundred in the United States. She has been working exclusively with children for the past 13 years and runs her own independent optical store. Find out about her and her philosophy.
Tips for Wearing Glasses:
Getting glasses for your young child can be bewildering because most parents were unaware that their child even had a problem. However, nearly all children will choose to see well given the right encouragement. We answer the questions you have and give you Tried-and-True tips on how to get your child to wear glasses and keep him or her wearing glasses.
Where and when are we here?
Monday and Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday and Thursday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Wenesday: By Appointment Only
Frequently Asked Questions
How can the doctor tell that a baby need glasses anyway?
What do all those pluses and minuses on my prescription mean?
So how does being nearsighted affect my child?
How is farsightedness different from nearsightedness?
I'm feeling guilty, has my child always needed glasses?
What is lazy eye (amblyopia)?
I Have an Unanswered Question
Contacting Danielle is as simple as sending an email to us. If the 'Chat with us' box is visible on the right hand side of the page, then you can click on that and we'll help you with any question or problem (available during our store business hours only). For a list on ways to contact us click on 'I Have an Unanswered Question'.
Is There a Amblyopia Kid's Book?
'Apple Patty Patches' is a book about amblyopia that was designed to be read aloud to children ages 3 to 7. It is a colorful book with a light-hearted spirit that explains amblyopia in terms a small child can understand. It will help your child to know that other kids go through patching therapy and it will help parents get the BEST from their amblyopic child.
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Our Goal: Fill the gap! There is a lot of time between being diagnosed with amblyopia and your next visit with the doctor -- as much as a three to six month gap. Our goal is to help you succeed in occlusion therapy by filling that gap, providing support, and giving you the information and education that you need to succeed.
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