Specs Appeal

Location: 161 W 200 N, Suite 100, St. George, UT 84770

Southern Utah’s Prescription for Style

Open in the Fall of 2019, Specs Appeal makes a fashionable statement in advanced optical care. Our experienced specialists use the latest techniques and equipment to help you see clearly. But we also know that how you look is important to you. This is why we offer an ample collection of classic, trendy, and fashion-forward looks to match your personal style.

Love how you look as much as how you see

We believe your eyewear should enhance your vision and express your point of view. Our individualized optical care and great selection of eyewear means the whole family can achieve a look they’ll love.

Personal Expression With a Comfortable Experience

We promise to do everything in our power to make your optical care as comfortable as possible, from scheduling your eye exam to choosing the eyewear that fits you best.

Come See Us Regularly

Regular eye exams are a critical part of maintaining not only good vision, but healthy eyes that serve you well for your lifetime. Regular eye exams and follow-ups are important for more than updating your prescription. Signs of eye conditions such as glaucoma can be detected during your regular eye exams, along with high blood pressure, diabetes, and some cancers.

Clearly the Best in Optical Care

Our concern for your eye health drives us to invest in the most advanced equipment and continual training on optical techniques. So while you’re busy looking amazing, we’re busy finding ways to help you see amazingly well.

Richens Eye Center proudly treats patients from St George, UT and Mesquite, NV. Fill out our Request An Appointment form online today with any questions.

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