Posts Tagged ‘eyeglasses’

Welcome i.Terminal 2

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

stage-zeiss-lens-fitting-207-2Introducing i.Terminal 2 

We are committed to providing you the best vision possible and are excited to have added the i. Terminal 2.  It is the most advanced centration system available today and it quickly and accurately obtains several key measurements necessary in the making of your eyeglasses.

No More Manual Measurements – 5X More Accurate !

i.Terminal 2  precisely determines  the centration of your lenses for you to see your absolute best.  Studies show that digital measurements are more accurate than even the best manual measurements as it allows for more natural eye position.

How It Works

A quick digital image of you with your new eyewear is obtained.  We then analyze the image to optimize the position of your lenses in your selected frame.

We continue to invest in new equipment because your vision is important to us.  This new technology is now available at both our Gray and Windham locations at no additional cost when purchasing eyewear from Gray Family Vision.


Recycle Your Old Eyeglasses

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

1717642_srecycleWith Earth Day fresh on everyone’s mind, we wanted to give a reminder that we continue to collect used eyewear.  If you happen to have an unwanted pair of eyeglasses lying around, here are 3 reasons to consider donating them at Gray Family Vision.

1.  Be Green

Avoid contributing your old eyewear to the local landfill.

2.  Feel Good

The glasses we collect are used by those less fortunate in other countries.

3.  Save $$

Donate an unwanted pair of glasses and buy (without insurance) a complete pair of glasses with anti-reflective coating and we will give you a discount;  $25 off single vision or $50 off progressive/no line bifocal.

Have a pair of glasses you would like to recycle?  Schedule an appointment with an optometrist at Gray Family Vision today.

By Dr. Cook, O.D.

What Does 20/400 Mean

Monday, February 4th, 2013

We measure  your quality of vision at 20 feet-this is the numerator (top twenty).  The denominator (bottom 400) is a comparison to someone with standard vision.  So if you have 20/400 vision you would have to be at 20 feet to see what one with standard vision would see at 400 feet.

20/400 does not correlate to your exact prescription, it is merely a measure of your vision without (hopefully) your eyeglasses or contact lenses on.

By Dr. Cook, O.D.

Our First Blog Post

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Welcome and a Big thanks to flyte for helping us navigate the web! We hope you enjoy our new site that is designed to make eye care easier for you. Online appointment scheduling and contact lens ordering, are now available 24/7.

Please consider subscribing to our blog, as we intend to keep you up to date with everything eye care related.  The focus will be a bit medical and include relevant research articles that pertain to both eye care and medical care.  We will also give you updates on new products and services as they first become available.  Awesome!

Comments and questions will be welcome and may even become fodder for future blogs.

By Dr. Cook, O.D.