(916) 452-2020 | (800) 343-5644
1315 Alhambra Boulevard Ste. 310
Sacramento, CA 95816-5247
Finding your prescription in the exam room is only part of what makes a pair of glasses work optimally. Your success also depends on the quality of the product used, and the skill set of the optician that works with you.
Ophthalmic lenses are lighter and thinner than ever without causing the visual aberration that used to be a problem in the past. Especially in higher prescriptions, this is increasingly important for functional and cosmetic reasons. The newer generation premium anti-reflective coatings offer huge reductions in glare and increased light transmission to the eye, while being virtually as hard as glass to damage or scratch. Technological advances have also brought us free form progressive addition lenses, which are custom designed around the parameters of the patients’ prescription and anatomy, yielding a wider and more natural field of view than traditional progressive designs.
What if the lenses aren’t centered in front of your eyes? What if the bifocal prescription starts too far up in the frame? What if the frame is too small for the prescription? What if you just look funny in the frame you choose? The right optician easily avoids all of these pitfalls. There is a lot more than just some numbers on a prescription pad that goes into making your glasses successful for you. Our experienced and skilled opticians are trained to help you pick a frame style and then design the lenses so that you see great through your glasses, and look great in your glasses.
We have a large frame inventory with designer lines from Prada, Lafont, Prodesign, Silhouette, Calvin Klein, Nike, Rayban, Polo, Coach and many more. Our selections are continuously changing to make sure that we can offer you the latest updated styles. We have an in-office spectacle laboratory where we edge lenses on premises to ensure that our turn around time is as quick as possible. We also offer budget packages for the seldom-used second pair, or as back up to contact lenses. Whatever your needs may be, we are sure that you’ll find our staff to be helpful and friendly when it comes to assisting you in designing the perfect pair.
Patients presenting with degenerative corneal conditions like keratoconus require customized care. Using our in-office laboratory, visual acuity and comfort can be optimized for the Keratoconic patient.
Are there any alternatives for correcting vision besides refractive surgery? What if we could non-surgically change corneal shape in a controlled manner while the patient sleeps, resulting in excellent visual acuity during waking hours without the use of glasses or daytime contact lenses? We can!
Thank you for your 15 years of fabulous service to my family and me! I love seeing all of you…Pam, Dr. R, Dr. L., Fred, etc. etc. (wonderful staff). You’re like family. Thanks again for your kindness!- Paty G.
I have 4 children and have been a patient of Dr. Rembleski for 7 years. I am extremely happy and completely trust Dr. Rembleski with the care of our family’s vision. Dr. Rembleski is interactive and patient making the kids …- Kristen S.
Several years ago, I was having great difficulty with my vision and subsequently met Dr. Buffington. I was diagnosed with astigmatism which has since progressed to Keratoconus. From my first visit and every visit since, Dr. Buffington’s commitment to excellence …- Jeff H.
My family and I have been with this office for over 25 years. My right eye has a growth which makes wearing contacts very challenging. Drs. Rembleski and Buffington were able to create custom lenses in the smallest diameter possible …- Vicki P.
I have worn glasses for years, but as my vision got worse in graduate school, I found I was no longer able to play active sports–like basketball, softball, or even running–without corrected vision. Before I came to this office I …- Rich M.
I’d been wearing contact lenses for twenty years when I started coming to River City Doctors of Optometry. I had always worn soft lenses, so I was a bit apprehensive when Dr. Rembleski advised a switch to rigid gas permeable …- Amy M.