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The New Transitions® Vantage™ Lens

We're excited to tell you that one of our favorite lens makers, Transitions® Optical, have launched an exciting product as part of their popular range- the Transitions® Vantage lens. The company has increased the features of their popular light adapting lens with the addition of groundbreaking variable polarization.

Sunlight that bounces off smooth surfaces like glass and water can mean limited and uncomfortable vision. The way reflections are filtered, to provide better visual clarity, is called polarization.

This brand new lens is the very first photochromic lens with polarization that increases as the lens darkens in sunlight.

When your lenses darken, your vision becomes crisper, sharper and more vivid, while at the same time, glare is significantly reduced, no matter what the lighting conditions are.

The Transitions® Vantage lens is made for daily use, and are great for a broad assortment of activities, from reading and using a computer, to working outside and driving. The lens is virtually clear indoors and turns into an amazingly effective dark lens outdoors.

If you're looking for glasses that can be worn full time, inside and outside, ask your eye care professional about Transitions® Vantage lenses and the ways they can help your sight.

Oculista Stamford CT

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To reduce risk and exposure to our patients and staff, we have decided to limit office capacity to 50% to allow more time for sanitizing between patients and to avoid crowds within the office.

New Stamford hours: Monday-Friday 11am-6:30pm, Saturdays 11am-6pm, closed on Sundays.
New Danbury hours: Monday-Friday 11am -6:30pm, Saturdays 11am-6pm, Sundays 12pm-5pm.

New Office Policies: Due to the limited number of appointments we can offer at this time, our office will require a credit card number on file to book an appointment. If you do not show and do not cancel or reschedule 24 hours in advance your card will be charged. Please also be aware that we will be requiring a digital retinal image to screen the health of each patient’s eyes. To see our COVID-19 practice protocol, please click here.