Optical Shop
The Optical Boutiques at our Englewood and Clifton locations carry thousands of high-quality frames at every price point. Our professional team works with you to find you the most flattering frames in your budget. Eyewear shopping is not easy; our team is highly trained to help you find that perfect pair. We carry the latest styles and trends including the hottest designers such as Gucci, Ray Ban, Kate Spade, Coach, Michael Kors and hundreds more.

Because we are the area leader, we are able to purchase frames at a discount, and we always pass our savings on to you. We offer 20% off a complete pair of eyeglasses, and a multiple pair discount. (Clearance items cannot be combined with vision plans, insurances or other discounts. Please see one of our associates for details.)

If you know your prescription, you do not need an appointment to visit any of our four Optical Boutiques.

We offer a wide array of lens types including activity-specific glasses (such as computer or sport), scratch-resistant, ultraviolet, non-glare, polarized and progressive lenses. We now offer digital progressive free form lenses – the most advanced invisible bifocals in the industry. Our professional staff will work with you to ensure a proper fit and will assist you in selecting the best lens options for your lifestyle.

We offer frames from many designers such as; Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Tori Burch, Zac Posen, Krewe Optic, Illesteva, RayBan, Persol, Valentino, Michael Kors, Hugo Boss, Boss Orange, Emporio Armani, Banana Republic, Marc Jacobs, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Kate Spade, Bulgari, Dolce & Gabbana, Oakley, Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino, Guess, Lacoste, Penguin, Oga, Light Tech, Koaly, Coach, Lacoste, Carrera, Carolina Herrera, Claiborne, Calvin Klein, Juicy Couture, Vera Wang, Emilio Pucci, Versace, Guess, Lily Pulitzer and many more.

Contact Lenses
At Clifton Eye Care, we work hard to get patients’ insurance companies to approve coverage for medically necessary contact lenses. In most cases, there is no cost to the patient!
Some of the conditions that can be treated with rigid or hybrid contact lenses are:

  • Keratoconus is a condition in which the cornea, the clear outer layer of your eye, begins to thin out and change shape. This condition affects the vision and physical comfort of the sufferer. Progression of this condition is gradual but steady. Correction of vision with medically necessary contact lenses may be required.
  • Irregular Astigmatism is a condition in which the abnormal shape of the cornea detrimentally affects vision and advanced contact lenses are often required to correct vision to an ideal degree.
  • Aphakia is the absence of the lens (an ocular structure responsible for focusing light onto the retina) in a sufferers ocular anatomy. This condition can exist from birth or can come about as a result of trauma or injury.