High Quality Contact Lenses and Glasses for All Ages
Looking for the best contact lenses? At Nicholas Rutkowski, O.D., we offer a variety of contact lenses and glasses that fit you perfectly, so you continue enjoying excellent vision.
Standard lenses have one prescription all across the lens. Nicholas Rutkowski, O.D. and Associates offers a variety of glasses, lenses, and frames to meet your needs.
Bifocal lenses have two different lens powers divided by lines, The one at the top allows for distance vision and the one at the bottom is to aid in close up focus.
You can also choose multifocal lenses, which give you two or more lens powers, without lines in the lenses. We have stylish options that look beautiful on anyone.
Meet Dr. Nicholas Rutkowski, O.D.
Dr. Rutkowski is the founder and lead optometrist at Nicholas Rutkowski, O.D. and Associates, He is well known for putting his patients’ needs first and for providing top quality eye care services that include eye exams, glasses, contact lenses, dry & red eye treatment. He serves at two locations in Frankfort & Bourbonnais, IL.
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of glasses are available?
Nicholas Rutkowski, O.D. and Associates offers various glasses, lenses, and frames to meet your needs. Our lens options include:
- Standard lenses
- Bifocal lenses
- Trifocal lenses
- Multifocal lenses
What types of contacts are available?
You can choose from standard contact lenses, with one prescription across the lens and lenses that contain two or more prescriptions, such as alternating lenses, aspheric lenses, and concentric lenses. These contact lenses are available in daily wear disposables, extended wear, and other options, so you can find the most convenient and comfortable option for your lifestyle.
How often do I need contacts and glasses exams?
Most patients need a yearly eye exam. The Nicholas Rutkowski, O.D., and Associates team checks your refraction and eye health to see if you need a new prescription. Often, you don’t need a new prescription every year, but you may need to replace your lenses after a year of wear.