The Place to See.
Sealy Optical Boutique is a full-service optical center with the knowledge, skills, and expertise needed to help you look and feel your best. Our eyeglasses collection goes above and beyond the standard displays, offering optimal quality and high fashion in every pair of designer frames.
Eyewear Designed For Your Lifestyle
We’ll help you choose new eyeglasses which satisfy these four main criteria: superb vision, a flattering look, a comfortable fit, and durable construction. If you require eyewear for computer eye strain, sports, driving, or another activity, we have that too. Experience superior craftsmanship, flexibility, comfort, and durability, combined with ultra-contemporary design. We’ll ensure that you put your best face forward.
From Sports to Tech
Shop our wide variety of age-appropriate and safe eyewear options for your child. We carry a large range of frames for children, inspired by adult trends but with a fun and imaginative approach and a pediatric fit in mind.
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Computer Eyewear To Alleviate Eye Strain
Ask us about options for computer vision eyewear to keep your vision comfortable throughout the day. We’ll ensure you find the perfect pair of eyewear to prevent or reduce your eye strain from computer use wether from work or play!
Stay Protected With Sports & Safety Eyewear
Whether you need a pair of protective eyewear for professional or personal interests, we carry a wide range of safety and specialty eyewear for men, women, and children that will protect your vision, no matter the situation. We carry the full line of WyleyX (available in prescription and non-prescription).
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Ocular Migraines: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment
Ocular migraines are non-permanent, visual disturbances that can have an effect on either one or both of your eyes. Such migraines are usually painless and will sometimes lead to...
Treatment of Amblyopia, Lazy Eye, or Strabismus
Amblyopia is a medical condition that is commonly referred to as lazy eye. A person with amblyopia will have decreased vision in one or both eyes. This is usually...