Ted Bryant, O.D.
Frank Visco, O.D.
Kevan Smith, O.D.

Clarity Eye Care with Dr. Bryant Logo
2 Locations:
1284 DRYDEN ROAD, Ithaca | 607-257-1066
106 Dryden Rd, Collegetown, Ithaca | 607-273-1234


Visit our friendly in-office Optical Shop to explore the many frames and styles that are available for your glasses!

Contact Lenses

We fit contact lenses every day, and it’s not as simple as you may think. There are lots of different brands, shapes and sizes of contact lenses. They are all made of different types of plastic and they all fit and feel different. Plus, they come in all different prescriptions to correct your vision.

Sound complicated?

Don’t worry, our optometrists are here to help guide you to the lens that will give you the best vision, comfort and eye health at the best price. We promise to take the time to do it right so you don’t have to settle.

You’ve never worn contacts before? No problem! You have astigmatism? That’s an easy one! Current contacts are dry at the end of the day? Try something new! Can’t see up close with your contacts? We have solutions for that too, and no, it doesn’t involve reading glasses on your head or in the other room!

Lens Technology

At Clarity Eye Care, we know that your number one priority is precise vision that meets or exceeds the demands of your busy lifestyle.  Our experts will work closely with Dr. Bryant to design lenses that will do just that.  To a casual observer, all “no line” bifocals look the same.  Did you know that in reality, there are a myriad of lens designs to choose from?  We know that choosing a lens design can be a mysterious process, and we strive to make that process easier for you.  It is our goal to explain lens styles and features in a way that is easy to understand, so that you can make the best decision about what type of lens will fit your lifestyle and budget.

Some of the lens technology available includes:

  • Digitally surfaced progressive lenses with a wider field of vision and precise visual clarity
  • Digitally surfaced single vision lenses for precise visual clarity
  • Lenses that adjust their tint based on light levels
  • Glare free lenses to make driving at night easier and safer
  • Fog free lenses for cold and steamy conditions
  • Polarized sunwear to eliminate glare while boating, fishing, skiing, or driving
  • Polycarbonate lenses block UV light
  • Blue-light protection now available through various technologies
  • Lenses designed specially for visual comfort and efficiency on a computer

As you can see, the possibilities are endless.  We can offer you solutions for every facet of your life experiences.  Check out our “Resources” tab for links offering more detail on our specific industry partners.

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