If you are looking for an eye doctor in Reading, consider visiting the practice of Lisa M. McDevitt, OD. Dr. Lisa is an experienced optometrist who provides personal attention and care to each of her patients. If you have any questions about your eye care, don't hesitate to ask. Dr. Lisa will answer any of your questions, making sure that you understand your eye health.
Lisa M. McDevitt, OD, provides a variety of optical products for your eye care needs.
Eyeglasses can help represent who you are. For this reason, some people prefer designer frames, which may better reflect their style. Before you choose your frames, check out Select Your Frames on our website. By utilizing this feature, you can get a good idea of what frames compliment the shape of your face. When you come into our office, our eye care professionals will help you select the perfect pair of eyeglasses, paying mind to your budget, eye health, and lifestyle.
Not all contact lenses are the same. There are many different types of contact lenses to choose from, including:
- Gas Permeable Contacts
- Special Lenses for Astigmatism
Traditional contact lenses may not suit you if you have certain eye conditions, such as astigmatism, dry eye, Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis (GPC), keratoconus, or presbyopia. In these cases, hard to fit, or gas permeable, contacts may be a better fit for your eye.
It is important to speak with our eye doctor to determine which contact lenses are best for you. While contact lenses are a great alternative to eyeglasses, the most important thing is your eye health.
Lenses and Coatings
There are also a variety of lenses and coatings to choose from, including:
- Shamir Blue Zero
Additional lens coatings can increase the durability of your eyeglasses and increase your overall comfort. For example, blue light blocking lens coatings can help reduce eye strain. If you have a job where you have to sit and use the computer for hours at a time, then you may want to consider getting a blue light blocking lens coating.
Sunglasses help block out sunlight and glare and are important for reducing eye strain. Reducing glare is important while driving, playing sports, and engaging in outdoor activities. If you wear traditional eyeglasses, sunglasses may not fit them properly. In this case, you may consider getting prescription sunglasses.
Optometrist in Reading
Lisa M. McDevitt, OD, has years of experience providing eye care services to residents of Reading, PA, and the surrounding areas. To make an appointment, call us at (610) 796-1300 or request an appointment online.