Posts Tagged ‘eyeglasses’

Why Cheat? Get the Real Thing!

Thursday, May 19th, 2016 

iStock_000006632203SmallDon’t be unfaithful to your eyes…get the prescription glasses you need.  We know your secret.  We know that there are a lot of you out there. Cheaters. You know it’s true! You’re forever grabbing that extra pair of reading glasses at the drugstore…just using eyeglasses that get you through.

You don’t have to cheat anymore! Make an appointment with one of our experienced eye doctors at South Georgia/North Florida Eye Partners for a thorough eye exam, and get prescription glasses specifically crafted for your eyes. And, we have an extensive selection of designer frames in our Optical Shop, so you don’t have to settle for those drugstore cheater frames ever again. Be true to your eyes! Call us today.

What’s Brand New

Friday, April 15th, 2011 

What’s brand new at South Georgia Eye Partners?

We are so excited at South Georgia Eye Partners since we recently added frame and sunglass lines to include the following:


Our knowledgeable and friendly Opticians under the supervision of Shirley Enfinger, LDO, will be glad to spend time with you finding the right eyewear for your lifestyle and visual needs.

South Georgia Eye Partners staff of doctors consist of  Dr. Scott Petermann, Dr. Alan Peaslee, Dr. Eric Kolisz and Dr. Henry Brewer. With their Ophthalmology and Optometry expertise you are guaranteed a thorough and precise eye exam with the best results possible.

The best eye exam coupled with the latest trends in eyewear will excite you as much as it excites us at South Georgia Eye Partners!

We look forward to seeing you!

Shirley Enfinger, LDO

Eyeglass Care & Advice

Monday, November 8th, 2010 
Eyeglasses are sometimes affordable, however there are some that cost over $300 which is an investment that all patients want to make last and stretch as far as they can. As an opticain I want to provide tips and advice on caring for your eyeglasses.
  1. Keep in a case – Keeping eyeglasses in a protective case is the best way to protect them when your not useing them.
  2. Clean the frames – Frames can get dirty through oils and daily use, and should be cleaned at least once a month. All it takes is a cleaning wipe along the lenses and under the nose pads.
  3. Fix it –  Frames have screws on both sides and around  the nose pads that may become loose or fall out. Screw these in using eyeglass kits that can be purchased at most optical shops.
  4. Take it to an Optician – Opticians are trained to maintain eyeglasses and can help with many frame issues.
  5. Hinges with no screw – For a quick fix for a lost screw at any of the hinges, use a small wire to tie it up. This should hold until it can be fixed. Definitely no glue!
  6. Look for deals – Having a spare is great to have and some optical shops often have highly discounted second pair, and other specials.
  7. Reuse old frames – People who have changes in vision have a new prescription that requires different lenses, but often times the same frames can be used. This can cut the cost of eyeglasses.