Lenses and Coatings

At Primary Eyecare, we strive to meet all of your eye and vision care needs!

Dr. Murphy and our opticians love getting to know our patients to provide recommendations based on your needs and lifestyle. Whether you need glasses for reading, driving, working on a computer or relaxing by the lake... we have you covered!

Proudly Made in the USA - We are proud to support our fellow St. Louisians and partner with Midland Optical, located in The Hill, to develop our lenses. Building our community starts at home and we are committed to the superior quality lenses that Midland Optical produces!

Transition Lenses - A great option for our patients who are looking for their glasses to protect from harmful UV rays. The UV activating lenses come in wide selection and now come in Mirror! 

Chemistrie Clip - Love your frames, but not interested in transition lenses? All lenses can be upgraded to include a Chemistrie Clip, a discreet magnet that is paired with custom sunglass lenses for easy to use UV protection.

Polarized Sunglasses - Polarized lenses cut down on glare, protect our eyes from harmful UV while still providing us with a clear view of the world. Dr. Murphy swears by her polarized sunglasses that she never leaves her house without them!

Kodak Anti-Reflective Coating - Kodak has multiple anti-reflective coatings to help cut down on night-time glare and to fight smudges. All Kodak lenses come with a two-year warranty. Dr. Murphy and her opticians love Kodak's anti-reflective coating that it has become a staple on all of our glasses! 

 

OUR OFFICE

9051 Watson Road Suite D Saint Louis, MO 63126

(314) 962-1700

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Monday 9:00AM - 6:00PM | Tuesday 9:00AM - 5:30PM | Wednesday 9:00AM - 5:00PM | Thursday 9:00AM - 7:00PM | Friday 9:00AM - 5:30PM

 Saturday 8:00AM - 12:00PM | Sunday CLOSED

At Primary Eyecare and Eyeware, Dr. Murphy and her associates are committed to providing family friendly eye care in Saint Louis.

We are a Center of Excellence for Macular Degeneration.