Spare pair vision center was established in 1992. The doctor and the staff are committed to making sure that every patient is satisfied with the service and eyewear that they receive. Patients are welcome to call or stop by the office with any concerns or questions that they may have. The office is Handicapped accessible and has parking available in front with additional parking behind the office.
Our office accepts payment in cash, checks and credit cards. We accept many insurance plans including Vision Service Plan, Medicare, Davis vision, Spectera, NVA, GHI, Aetna, Eyemed, HIP. We also accept many unions and locals which include UFT, UFA, UFOA, NYCDCC, USA, USAR, and many more.
Eye Exams We provide Comprehensive vision and diagnostic medical testing for diseases and age related conditions such as Cataracts, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, and diabetes to name a few.
Glasses We provide glasses for all your vision needs including:
- Intermediate or computer vision
- Swim goggles
- Double vision
If you have a need not listed come in and ask!!
Contact lenses We carry an extensive selection of contact lens brands and products to correct for almost all vision types. We can correct for single vision problems (with or without astigmatism) or those who require multifocal correction.
Nearsightedness (Myopia) is a vision condition in which you can usually see close or near objects clearly, but cannot see distant ones as clearly.
Farsightedness (hyperopia) is a vision condition in which you can usually see distant objects clearly, but close ones are difficult to bring into focus.
Astigmatism is a vision condition in which objects at all distances can appear blurred because light entering the eye is unable to be brought to a single focus.
Presbyopia is a vision condition that occurs when the eye’s crystalline lens loses it’s ability to change shape when looking at close objects resulting in blurred vision. It usually becomes noticeable when you reach your early to mid forties and is a natural part of aging.
Amblyopia (lazy eye) is the loss of lack of full development of vision in one eye that is not correctable with lenses and is not the result of any identifiable eye health problem. It is usually due to conditions such as crossed eyes (strabismus) or a large difference in the prescription error between the two eyes.
Strabismus (crossed eyes) is a vision condition in which your eyes are not properly aligned with each other. One or both eyes may alternately turn in (esotropia), out (hypertropia), up (hypertropia) or down. (hypotropia)