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Celebrate Your Best Look with Our Curated Eyewear Collection

Eyeglasses enable you to see clearly, of course, but they also allow you to express your personality and style. Updating your look can be as simple as choosing a new pair of eyeglasses at Maryland Eye Care Center in Silver Spring and Hyattville, Maryland. 

If you’re ready for new frames, our team of experts is here to help you celebrate your style with our curated eyewear collection. 

What’s your style?

We carry dozens of styles, so you can feel confident choosing a frame that works for you. Some of our trending styles include:

Not sure which style is best for your face shape? 

While you can choose any pair that makes you feel confident, there’s a trick for finding the right type of frame for your face shape. 

Look for opposite shapes that complement your face. For example, if you have a round face, rectangular frames compliment the roundness of your face. On the other hand, if you have a square face, look for rounder frames with a not-too-thick frame. 

Triangular faces do well with frames that are thicker on the top than the bottom to balance out your proportions. Brow-line and cat-eye work well here. If your jaw is the widest part of your face, make sure your frames are slightly wider than your jaw for balance.

Those with oval faces can sport square, rectangular, or geometric-style frames.

Top brands we carry

At Maryland Eye Care Center, we’re proud to carry frames by these top designers:

Whether you’re looking for a modern frame or a sporty one, we’ve got you covered.

Protect your eyes from the sun

You don’t have to choose between clear vision and UV protection. At Maryland Eye Care Center, we also offer prescription sunglasses. Polarized sunglasses reduce glare on the roads, on the water, and even on snow, making any outdoor excursion easier on your eyes.

Wearing sunglasses also helps reduce your risk of sun-related eye conditions, including cataracts and macular degeneration. 

Sunglasses can add flair to any outfit. Trending shapes include oversized ’70s-style frames, big cat-eye, small ’90s-style frames, aviators, tinted sunglasses, clear frames, mirrored lenses, and flat top frames.

In other words, prescription sunglasses can help you feel like a movie star while keeping your eyes healthy. Win-win!

Taking care of your glasses

Clean your glasses regularly with warm water and one drop of dish detergent. Dry with a soft cloth meant for eyeglasses. Don’t rub your glasses with paper towels or napkins. 

Store your glasses in a hard case, and never prop your glasses (eyeglasses or sunglasses) on the top of your head since this can cause the frames to become misaligned. 

If you’re ready to upgrade your glasses, call Maryland Eye Care Center at one of our three convenient locations. You can also book an appointment online.

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