TECNIS Multifocal

Most people over the age of 60 experience some level of blurry vision due to cataracts. Many people over the age of 50 are uncomfortable driving or unable to easily read at intermediate or close distances without glasses due to presbyopia. Now, the TECNIS Multifocal family of intraocular lenses (IOLs) offers personalized solutions to give you outstanding vision at all distances (near, intermediate and far).

The TECNIS Multifocal family of IOLs offers three options to personalize your vision. Each type of IOL provides you with outstanding vision to meet your specific lifestyle needs. You can look forward to seeing objects up close, far into the distance, and in-between.


What activities are most important to you? Whether you want more comfort while reading a book, more confidence viewing the screen on your smart phone, or excellent vision to find your golf ball on the fairway, the TECNIS Multifocal family of IOLs has a unique solution customized for your active lifestyle.


Clinical studies indicate that 9 out of 10 patients said they would choose their TECNIS Multifocal Lens again. With the TECNIS Multifocal Family of IOLs, patients with age-related vision loss can look forward to regaining their younger vision and reducing their dependence on glasses.


Different types of implantable lenses are designed to meet individual eye health and lifestyle needs. Talk to one of our doctors at Scott and Christie Eyecare Associates about which lens is the right choice for you.



CRANBERRY LOCATION: (724) 772-5420

Sunwear Events


Happy-Couple-in-SunglassesGood Looks Eyewear will be hosting two summer sunwear events in  May!  Join us at our store in Cranberry Township on May 14th  from 11am-3pm and our Pittsburgh store on May 21st from 11:00am-3:00pm. Both of these events will offer food, entertainment, prize giveaways, and o course the hottest sunglasses on the market! We also will be having vendors from your favorite designer eyewear; MAUI JIM, RAY BAN, OAKLEY, MICHAEL KORS, KATE SPADE, and VERA WANG. These are two events that you definitely will not want to miss! Tell your friends and family, they won’t want to miss these either! Also be sure to visit our Facebook’s sunwear event pages!  Contact us if you have any questions!

Cranberry sunwear event

Pittsburgh sunwear event

Cranberry Location: (724) 772-9090

 Pittsburgh Location: (412) 782-1919

Mission Vision

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Mission Vision is a 501 (c)3, non-profit organization that delivers free eye exams, custom eyeglasses, and other essential supplies directly to homeless, uninsured, working poor, and low-fixed income people in Western Pennsylvania and abroad. Our Vision of Hope program conducts free eye care clinics on site at crisis shelters, soup kitchens, food pantries, and sliding-fee medical clinics, where many in the demographic targeted by Mission Vision are already getting their primary needs for food and shelter met.


One Powerful way to help is to lift Mission Vision and our many faithful supporters in consistent prayer.  We firmly believe that the One who supplies all our need, can and will provide everything we require to accomplish His purposes.  If you have unused glasses, they can always be donated to Mission Vision. You also are able to volunteer your time to work a clinic. These events are typically scheduled on Saturdays from 9am-2pm. Even if you have no hands-on experience working with eyeglasses, we will train you how to sort, bench adjust, check eyeglass prescriptions, and perform minor repairs on glasses. If you are a church group or business, we have sponsorship opportunities! Please call 412-303-7687 now to ask for a sponsorship packet for your family, church, or charitable hearted business.

All of us at Mission Vision wish to acknowledge and express heart-felt appreciation to our many, faithful supporters.  Whether you donated your time, money, supplies or prayers, please know that God has used you to make a significant difference in the lives of thousands of souls in Pittsburgh and abroad. May God richly bless you!

Vitamin C and Your Eyes


Vitamin C:

Vitamin C helps the body have healthy bones, skin, and blood vessels. It also helps the body form and maintain connective tissue found in the cornea of the eye. The recommended daily consumption for Vitamin C is 90mg for men and 75mg for women per day. Citrus fruits and many vegetables are excellent sources of Vitamin C. With all that we know about Vitamin C, it is not as well known that Vitamin C is also good for your eyes.

Vitamin C and Your Eyes:

Not only does Vitamin C help form and maintain connective tissue in the cornea, it also helps reduce the risk of cataracts. A healthy supply of Vitamin C can also reduce vision loss from macular degeneration. Some easy sources of Vitamin C are of course Oranges and Orange Juice, but what about other kinds? Orang Juice does have the daily recommended amount for women (75mg), but sweet red peppers have the most with 283mg. You can also eat sweet green peppers (133)mg, Strawberries (86mg) and Broccoli (82mg). Of course, these aren’t the only consumables that provide a sufficient amount of Vitamin C., there are plenty of things out there for you.

If you have any questions or inquiries, please contact us at Scott & Christie Eyecare Associates at either our Cranberry or Pittsburgh location.


Cranberry Location: (724) 772-5420

Pittsburgh Location: (412) 782-0400

Flashes and Floaters


Floaters are very common and usually are harmless. Floaters are tiny spots that drift around in your field of vision. Eye floaters come in various shapes and sizes,  They are caused by a break down of the vitreous which is a gel-like part of the eye located in between the lens and Flashes and floaters
the retina. Then these broken down pieces of the vitreous are the floaters. Seeing floaters from time to time is not a concern, but if you see a shower of floaters as well as flashes of light, you should immediately seek medical attention. Here at Scott and Christie Eyecare Associates, our doctorcs take every case of floaters they see seriously to  make sure that you and your loved ones get the best care possible. Visit our contact us page to schedule an appointment. Scott and Christie Eyecare Associates is located in Pittsburgh and Cranberry.


Usually, light enters the eye and stimulates the retina. This produces an electric impulse, which the optic nerve transmits to the brain. The brain then interprets this impulse as light or some type of image. When this occurs it is known as Flashes. Sometimes these flashes can appear as lines that last up to 20 minutes. Flashes (photopsias) also may occur after a blow to the head that is capable of shaking the vitreous gel inside the eye. When this occurs, the phenomenon sometimes is called “seeing stars.” If a headache follows the flashes, it is called a migraine headache. Here at Scott and Christie Eyecare Associates, our doctorcs take every case of flashes they see seriously to  make sure that you and your loved ones get the best care possible. Visit our contact us page to schedule an appointment. Scott and Christie Eyecare Associates is located in Pittsburgh and Cranberry.

Age Related Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration, often called AMD or ARMD, is the leading cause of vision loss and blindness among Americans who are age 65 and older. Because people in this group are an increasingly larger percentage of the general population, vision loss from macular degeneration is a growing problem. AMD is degeneration of the macula, which is the part of the retina responsible for the sharp, central vision needed to read or drive. Because the macula primarily is affected in AMD, central vision loss may occur. About 1.75 million U.S. residents currently have advanced age-related macular degeneration with associated vision loss, with that number expected to grow to almost 3 million by 2020.


Age-related macular degeneration usually produces a slow, painless loss of vision. In rare cases, however, vision loss can be sudden. Early signs of vision loss from AMD include shadowy areas in your central vision or unusually fuzzy or distorted vision. Scott and Christie doctors often detect early signs of macular degeneration before symptoms occur. Usually this is accomplished through a retinal exam. When macular degeneration is suspected, a brief test using an Amsler grid that measures your central vision may be performed.295e933e215b10a42ab13e7c440a352e


There is as yet no outright cure for age-related macular degeneration, but some treatments may delay its progression or even improve vision. Treatments for macular degeneration depend on whether the disease is in its early-stage, dry form or in the more advanced, wet form that can lead to serious vision loss. No FDA-approved treatments exist yet for dry macular degeneration, although nutritional intervention may help prevent its progression to the wet form.

Contact us at Scott and Christie Eyecare Associates to schedule an appointment at our Cranberry location or our Pittsburgh location.

Eye Allergies



It is estimated that about 50 million Americans have seasonal allergies. With allergy season knocking on our door, Scott & Christie Eyecare Associates wants you to understand what causes your allergies and how to relieve yourself from dry, itchy, red eyes.


Normally harmless substances that cause problems for individuals who are predisposed to allergic reactions are called allergens. The most common airborne allergens that cause eye allergies are pollen, mold, dust and pet dander.


Avoid Allergens- The best approach to controlling your eye allergy symptoms is to do everything you can to limit your exposure to common allergens you are sensitive to. For example, on days when the pollen count is high, stay indoors as much as possible, with the air conditioner running to filter the air. Use high quality furnace filters that can trap common allergens and replace the filters frequently.

Removing your contacts– Because the surface of contact lenses can attract and accumulate airborne allergens, consider wearing only eyeglasses during allergy season. Or consider switching to daily disposable contacts that you discard after a single use to avoid the build-up of allergens and other debris on your lenses.42-16073427

Over-the counter eye drops– Because eye allergies are so common, there are a number of brands of non-prescription eye drops available that are formulated to relieve itchiness, redness and watery eyes caused by allergies. If your eye allergy symptoms are relatively mild, over-the-counter eye drops for allergy relief may work very well for you and may be less expensive than prescription eye drops or other medication. Ask your eye doctor to recommend a brand to try.


We hope that this will help you with your seasonal allergies. You can visit us at our Pittsburgh or Cranberry location if you have any questions. Or feel free to contact us at either location. Here are Scott & Christie Eyecare Associates, your eye sight is our vision.

Sunwear Events in Cranberry and Pittsburgh

Good Looks Eyewear is proud to host upcoming Designer Sunwear Events in Cranberry and in Pittsburgh!

MAY 14th, 2016 CRANBERRY:

The event will be held from 11am-3pm. Stop by to enjoy food, drinks, entertainment, as well as check out the hottest sunglasses on the market. Anyone who shows up to the event will automatically be entered in a drawing to win a FREE PAIR OF SUNGLASSES! Vendors for this event will include MAUI JIM, RAY BAN, OAKLEY, MICHAEL KORS, KATE SPADE, and VERA WANG. This is an event you do not want to miss out on. Drop by on May 14th from 11am-3pm at Good Looks Eyewear Cranberry.

Our address is:designer_sunglasses

20215 U.S 19

Cranberry Twp., PA 16066

Call with any questions or for more information: (724) 772-9090

MAY 21st, 2016 Pittsburgh:

The event will be held from 11am-3pm. Stop by to enjoy food, drinks, entertainment, as well as check out the hottest sunglasses on the market. Anyone who shows up to the event will automatically be entered in a drawing to win a FREE PAIR OF SUNGLASSES! Vendors for this event will include MAUI JIM, RAY BAN, OAKLEY, MICHAEL KORS, and TOM FORD. This is an event you do not want to miss out on. Drop by on May 21st from 11am-3pm at Good Looks Eyewear Pittsburgh.

Our address is:

1101 Freeport Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15238

Call with any questions or for more information: (412) 782-1919

Glasses for Golf

With the Masters Golf Championship right around the corner, Good Looks Eyewear wants you to be prepared when you are out on the Links. Serious golfers pay attention to their lenses. At Good Looks Eyewear, we have our own lab. That means we are able to personally guarantee that our lens products exceed industry standards and are personally customized for you.sport-golf-sunglasses-landing-2

Progressive lenses are specifically designed for golf and allow the patient’s prescription to be manipulated to accommodate any distance.

Polarized lenses block out the sun’s harmful UV rays and let you see straight down the fairway with out any glare.

Now that you have the lenses that help your game, it’s time to pick some frames that fit you. With the head motion that is involved in swinging the club, you want a pair of frames that are sure to stay on your head. Oakley’s are famous for their wrap frames. These specific pair of glasses hug your head tight enough so they won’t go flying off, but loose enough so you don’t feel constricted. They are the perfect fit for everybody. Maui Jim is another famous brand worn by athletes. Most of the Maui Jim frames offer over-the-ear  arms that refrain from sliding off your face.

Any frame purchased at Good Looks Eyewear are personally fit to your head’s own unique shape. Our ABO certified opticians are the best in town and always happy to assist you with any inquiries you may have.

Contact us at either our Pittsburgh or Cranberry locations.

Pittsburgh: (412) 782-1919

Cranberry: (724) 772-9090

Vision Problems in Children

ChildEyeCareRefractive errors are the most common cause of vision problems among school-age children. Parents, as well as teachers, should be aware of these 10 signs that a child’s vision needs correction:

  1. Consistently sitting too close to the TV or holding a book too close
  2. Losing his/her place while reading or using a finger to guide his/her eyes when reading
  3. Squinting or tilting the head to see better
  4. Frequent eye rubbing
  5. Sensitivity to light and/or excessive tearing
  6. Closing one eye to read, watch TV or see better
  7. Avoiding activities which require near vision, such as reading or homework, or distance vision, such as participating in sports or other recreational activities
  8. Complaining of headaches or tired eyes
  9. Avoiding using a computer, because it “hurts his/her eyes”
  10. Receiving lower grades than usual
Schedule an appointment with Scott and Christie Eyecare Associates, at our Pittsburgh or Cranberry location. A visit with one of our top rated doctors will help you get a better understanding of your child’s refractive errors.