A trip to any third-world country reveals just how few of the world's population have access to these wonderful devices. With the doctor's experience along with the latest in high tech diagnostic equipment, it's now possible to have the most accurate prescriptions possible. Even patients who cannot give accurate responses during testing can be effectively managed, including young children, handicapped individuals, non-English speaking patients, as well as post-stroke patients.



Once the prescription has been determined, the correct lenses must be selected. Eyeglasses have evolved from simple glass lenses to a myriad of materials, including CR-39 resin, Polycarbonate, Trivex, Sun-sensitive lenses, Polaroid, Ultra-thin high-index lenses, as well as Complex Aspheric Lens. Lens designs have also evolved rapidly over the past twenty years. Progressive lenses, occupational designs, and computer specific lenses require skill and experience to properly prescribe. Dr. Fisher and the rest of the staff at Sigma Eyehealth Centers will help you get the optimal prescription, material, and lens design to make sure you obtain the best and most efficient vision possible.

We carry a wide variety of products. Please look at the following links to see what we can offer you.



In addition to a wide variety of lenses, we also carry a selection of unique frames. Please look at the following links to see a few of the things that make these frames different.

  • Specs 4 Us
    A frame line designed to accommodate and fit the features of children with Down syndrome. 
  • Babiators
    These are super flexible rubber frames that have both UVA and UVB lens. After they are registered online (patient's responsibility) they have one year guarantee from lost or broken sun glasses (taken care of by Babiators online). Case and Accessory pack sold separately.