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Dear Valued Patients, customers and patrons,

Ensuring your safety and comfort during your visit is our top priority. We kindly request appointments at this time to better serve you. Please call or text our office at (847) 498-3737 to schedule your appointment, and we’ll do our best to accommodate your schedule. Rest assured, if you need assistance, walk-ins are welcome.

Exams – Glasses and Contacts:
We are operating on a regular schedule to provide you with a smooth and comfortable visit. Please arrive a few minutes early for your appointment to ensure we have all necessary information.

Before your visit, we’ll email you a patient history form as a fillable PDF. Please complete and bring it with you, or return it via email before your appointment.

For your safety and comfort, we thoroughly disinfect all patient contact surfaces with hospital-grade wipes/sprays before and after each appointment. Our office is equipped with advanced technology, including the Optos Daytona Optomap, which minimizes the need for close contact during eye exams. Additional barriers and safety measures have been implemented in our exam rooms.

Eyeglasses – Selection, Pickup or Repair:
We are here to assist with all your eyewear needs, including selection, adjustments, or repairs. We welcome and encourage the use of digital tools such as FaceTime to involve family and friends in your experience when they cannot be present.

Your comfort and safety are paramount to us. We sincerely appreciate your support and wish good health for you, your family, and loved ones. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Brian Scott

Be well, stay safe, and healthy!


Our professional staff will assist you in choosing the right frame from  the latest collections from many different designers and vendors, and the best, thinnest, most durable lenses offering you the best possible vision.

We will help you in the selection of the right frame and lens combination for your regular everyday glasses, to your sunglasses and specialty glasses such as prescription lenses formulated for working at the computer to solve CVS (computer vision syndrome), and also offer Blue Filter lenses to block disruptive blue light from electronic devices of all types.  We encourage you to stop in and see the latest frames and sunglasses as we are always updating our inventory.

Our optometrist specializes in childrens eye exams and for those  hard to fit contact lens patients  wearing daily disposable lenses to gas permeable lenses.  We encourage to you schedule your next exam today.


Doyle Opticians in Deerfield is committed to providing the best in eye care and eyewear with personal services and professional guidance. Committed to providing the best experience in eyeglass service and selection, our customer & patients will leave with the best that we can offer. Doyle Opticians of Deerfield will never under-serve our patients or customers.

Blue Light Glasses

Exploring Blue Light Glasses: A Growing Trend

Since introducing blue light glasses in early December 2020, interest in this product category has skyrocketed by 300%. This surge prompted us to delve deeper into this burgeoning topic.

Blue light glasses, also known as “Blue Light Blocking Glasses,” is embedded filter in eyewear lenses designed to shield the eyes from blue light emitted by screens of laptops, tablets, and phones. Traditionally, these glasses featured dark orange lenses effective at blocking blue light, but were often considered unsuitable for virtual meetings, such as Zoom calls.

Recent advancements have introduced translucent versions of blue light lenses, fueling the surge in popularity for this category.

What’s Next?

Many individuals experience Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) after prolonged exposure to electronic screens of all types, making blue light filters and anti-reflective coatings essential. Prescription glasses tailored specifically for this purpose offer optimal comfort beyond improved vision. Properly adjusted prescription lenses for computer use have been shown to alleviate neck, shoulder, and back strain, in addition to reducing eye fatigue associated with using regular prescription glasses for computer work.

Awareness is growing about the potential eye health and sleep disruptions caused by blue light exposure. Additionally, a niche market for blue light filtering “gaming glasses” has emerged, catering to avid video gamers seeking eye protection during gameplay.