Eye Wear

Find Your Perfect Fit

Eyecare Max is leading the industry with exceptional optometry services and care in the Davenport and Burlington, Iowa, areas. With over 4,000 frames, we have options to fit your personal style. Just need new lenses? We can do that too. Or maybe you are looking for the convenience of contacts? We can find the right pair for you. Eyecare Max is your one-stop shop for all of your needs.

Sunglasses in Burlington and Davenport, Iowa

sunglasses

From Sports To Designer Brands, Sunglasses For Every Budget

Brands We Carry

Non prescription and prescription sunglasses in the following brands:
  • Maui Jim (sunglasses only)
  • Oakley
  • RayBan
  • WileyX
  • Ovvo
  • Boss
  • Prada
  • Gucci
  • Versace
  • Oga
  • Jaguar
  • Tom Ford
  • Ted Baker
  • Puma
  • Carrera
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Geoffrey Beene
  • Swarovski
  • Jimmy Crystal
  • Vera Wang
  • Jimmy Choo
  • Charmant
  • Kate Spade
  • Lily Pultizer
  • Victoria’s Secret
  • Coach
  • Michael Kors

Lens Colors

While some lens colors are strictly cosmetic, many do serve a specific purpose.

  • Brown/Gray

    Neutral, these lenses reduce light intensity without affecting contrast or colors, reducing eyestrain in bright conditions.

  • Yellow/Orange

    These lenses block blue light enhancing visual contrast. Their lack of overall brightness protection but enhanced contrasts makes them popular among skiers and hunters.

  • Mirrored

    These lenses have a reflective layer applied to the outside of the lens that reduces glare by reflecting the sun.

Optometrists in Burlington and Davenport, Iowa

Lenses

We Will Find You The Perfect Lenses Based On Your Needs

Lens Thickness

If your prescription glasses are for near-sightedness, you will notice your lenses are thicker at the edge. If your prescription is for far-sightedness then your lenses will be thicker in the middle. *If you feel like your lenses are too thick, you may want to try high index lenses. High index plastic is made denser than the standard and is currently used to make the world’s thinnest plastic lenses.

Other Lens Options

  • Aspheric Design Lenses

    Aspheric design lenses flatten toward edge and are thinner, lighter and fit more modern frames.

  • Hard Coat

    Hard coat lenses have a scratch-resistant coating that will make your lenses more durable.

  • No Glare Coating

    No glare coating reduces reflections and makes for better vision, especially at night.

  • Thin Design

    Thin design would be a thinner cut than normal, making the lens thinner and lighter.

  • Polaroid Filters

    Polaroid filters reflect light and improve vision in sunglasses.

  • Transitions

    Transitions lighten or darken the lens depending on what is comfortable.

Lens Types

Information on some of the popular types of lenses.

Single Vision Lenses

Lenses that have one single prescription over the entire area of the lens are single vision lenses.

Trifocal Lenses

Trifocal glasses are similar to bifocal with the addition of an intermediate focal point to go along with near and distance.

Bifocal Lenses

Bifocal glasses have the advantage of focusing on both distant and close objects. Normally, the top part of the lens is used for distance and the lower part is used for near vision.

Progressive Lenses

Progressive lenses, or no-line bifocals, are bifocals (or trifocals) without the segment lines. Progressive lenses provide you with a smooth transition from near to distant vision correction.

Contacts in Burlington and Davenport, Iowa

Contact Lenses

Eyecare Max Carries Daily and Monthly Contacts and Works With You to Find What Best Fits Your Needs

With 30 years of experience, Dr. David McManis has experience fitting all types of lenses.

"If your contact lenses have been less comfortable than ideal, you have options! Different brands, materials, sizes, solutions and wearing schedules may give you the comfort that you desire."

Dr. McManis

Speciality Lenses

These medically necessary lenses are ordered specifically for the patient.

Replacement of Lenses

Many contact lens wearers over wear their lenses by not replacing them often enough. As contacts are worn, the amount of oxygen transmitted through the lens diminishes. Wearing contact lenses until they are less comfortable usually means that they are being over worn. Contact lenses should be replaced routinely so that they don’t become less comfortable. The majority of contact lens related eye infections are due to not properly replacing contact lenses.