Never Sacrifice Style for Vision, or Vision for Style.
Our full-service optometry center is designed to meet both your eye health and eyewear needs.
Our highly trained optical staff are ready to assist you with the selection appropriate for your specific needs. We take the time to discuss how different lens selections and frame styles will impact your vision. We carry designer frames, funky new fashions and old standards…. something for everyone.
Our varied selection of differing styles and durable lenses mean we can help you craft the perfect eyeglasses for you and your family.
Our optometrists can take the confusion out of which lenses are right for your lifestyle. Multi-focal, astigmatism, dailies, monthly lenses, colors and RGP’s (rigid gas permeable)….let us help you discover your personal favorites.
We welcome new clients and all our current patients to visit our Butler, PA practice with their current prescription.
Fashion-Forward Designer Frames
At Stirling Eyecare, our frame buyers search the world for the best designs and brands that provide you up-market fashion, quality and value. Our frames are hand-picked for you to provide unsurpassed quality.
Our wide selection of prescription and non prescription sunglasses is sure to impress. We have the latest designs as well as a large selection of affordable yet stylish quality sunglasses. Our eye doctors highly recommend a pair of sunglasses or UV reducing lens coatings to prevent long term damage to your eyes from harmful UV rays.
Huge Selection Of Contacts
With so many options for contact lenses it is no wonder so many people are confused. Luckily at Stirling we are happy to help you select the best option for your needs. We carry a wide selection from the biggest brands, and our eyecare team can help explain the benefits of every type available.
Specialty Contact Lenses
If you have been told you’re not a good candidate for contacts or you have had trouble wearing contact lenses, you simply may have eyes that are “hard to fit.” But don’t worry — this doesn’t mean you can’t wear contact lenses.
Our optometrists have the expertise and training for specialty contact lens fittings…
- Bifocals (Multifocal)
- Post laser vision correction
- Dry eye disease
- Cornea disease