Vision in East Independence


$49 for $200 Worth of Prescription Eyeglasses or Prescription Sunglasses at SVS Optical Center

SVS Optical Center

Multiple Locations

Frames by Coach, Bebe, Ray-Ban, and Gucci hold lenses with scratch coating and UV protection or polarization

$200 $49

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$59 for $200 Toward a Complete Pair of Prescription Eyeglasses With Optional Eye Exam at Pearle Vision

Pearle Vision Overland Park

Pearle Vision Center

Optometrists provide fast, friendly eye exams to ensure eye health; glasses from brands such as Coach, Versace, and Anne Klein await lenses

$200 $59

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$25 for $150 Toward Eyeglass Frames and Lenses at Peepers Eyecare

Peepers Eyecare

Overland Park

Pair prescription lenses with designer frames by Silohuette, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Coach, Maui Jim, and Ray-ban

$150 $25

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LASIK Eye Surgery Package for One or Both Eyes at The LASIK Vision Institute (Half Off)

The LASIK Vision Institute

Executive Hills

LASIK procedure performed by an experienced specialist with a company that has performed over 1 million eye surgeries nationwide

$1,400 $699

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$30 for $175 Toward a Complete Pair of Eyeglasses at Insight Vision Center

Insight Vision Center

Multiple Locations

Skilled opticians fit customers for Ray-Ban, Vera Bradley, and Gucci frames and single-vision and progressive lenses in varying grades

$175 $30

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$25 for $200 Worth of Designer Frames and Lenses at Shawnee Optix

Shawnee Optix

Multiple Locations

More than 2,000 frames from designer labels such as Nike, Gucci, Guess, and Marc Jacobs add character to every face

$200 $25

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Eye Exam with $150 Toward Prescription Eyewear, or $30 for $150 Toward Prescription Eyewear at Highpoint Family Vision

Highpoint Family Vision

Shawnee

Optometrists designate a prescription with an exam; customers choose designer frames from Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Prada, and Ray-Ban

$260 $50

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Select Local Merchants

One nippy Tuesday morning, Oliver H. Gerry swung open a set of doors inside the Grand Avenue Temple in downtown Kansas City. It was January 23, 1912, and that unfurled entranceway symbolized the first day Gerry Optical was open for business. In the 100 years since, professionally trained technicians have prepared eyewear to complement the styles of countless clients, including President Harry Truman and Senator Nancy Kassebaum. Today, each of the store's nine locations carries between 800 and 1,200 frames from brands such as Calvin Klein, Ray-Ban, Prada, and BCBG, and the flagship store on 75th Street also houses its own grinding lab to quickly custom-craft lenses and fix cracks after cartoon eye-popping mishaps. To honor its deep community roots, Gerry Optical gives back by partnering with Lions Clubs International to provide discount eye exams and eyeglasses to underprivileged families.
4000 Little Blue Parkway
Independence,
MO
US
Insight Eyecare Specialties equips patients with major brands of both European- and American-designer frames in various styles and colors. Each set of peepers is matched up with eyewear that provides the right look and fit while maximizing visual clarity. Browse top-flight designer frames such as Prada ($249–$349), Coach ($209–$369), and Versace ($219–$299) or alleviate a droopy brow with Nike ($209–$249) and Guess ($149–$209) eyewear. Insight Eyecare also boasts a selection of single-vision lenses ($65+) and assorted shades for shielding eyes against falling drops of sun. With frame materials ranging from titanium and stainless steel to plastic, customers can find blinkers to fit all budgets and lifestyles, whether they’re looking for glasses to wear occasionally or for a durable pair that can withstand territorial duels with bighorn rams.
19045 East Valley View Parkway
Independence,
MO
US
Eyeconic Eyecare packs a peeper-pleasing punch thanks to high-tech eye attention from Dr. Michael Hawk, and a sprawling selection of more than 800 frames. For less-than-picky peepholes, the shop stocks basic frames (starting at $83.99) and single-vision lenses (starting at $75), and visionary visages can vie for fashion-forward focals from brands such as D&G, Versace, Calvin Klein, Coach, and Prada (most frames run from $120 to $160; Prada and Versace can run up to $250). To avoid untimely bat transformations in light-loaded moments, vampire-bitten eyeballs can shade themselves with a pair of Eyeconic's sunglasses. Nonprescription shades (starting at $83.99) sit alongside sun-shielding specs from Ray-Ban and Oakley ($100–$180).
18931 E Valley View Pkwy
Independence,
MO
US
SVS Vision Center?s founders opened their first shop in Sterling Heights, Michigan, in 1974 to help the community clear up its vision. But even these optical gurus never foresaw their humble business expanding to more than 60 locations sprawled across 8 states. Today, each shop continues the tradition of ensuring ocular health and crystalline sight, beginning with exams from seasoned optometrists. Afterward, patients head to the optical dispensary, where they try on frames by Coach, Tiffany, Nike, Versace, or Ray-Ban. The staff then fits the stylish selection with polarized and scratch-protected prescription lenses to help guests read books clearly or see a charging moose from a distance. Most of SVS Vision Center?s frames can also hold sunglass lenses as well, eliminating squinting during summer months and tropical vacations.
118F Conister Ln.
Liberty,
MO
US
Drs. Bunde, O'Brien, and Larcom examine eyes and keep them healthy at two offices whose bilingual staffs welcome Spanish speakers and patients of all ages. A comprehensive list of services covers general wellness, disease care, trouble discerning the dolphins in Magic Eye books, and exams that land eyes behind contact lenses, designer frames, and Latisse-fortified lashes. As dedicated to its community as it is to its own patients, Fairway Eye Center supports the Children's Center for the Visually Impaired.
1528 Northeast 96th Street
Liberty,
MO
US
With its showroom's contemporary setup and staff's personalized attention, Romanelli Optix diverges from the average optical center. Backed by more than 25 years of combined experience, Roman Beznovsky and Felix Milman opened the first Romanelli Optix in 2004. Today, the duo populates three Kansas City–area locations with frames in more than 60 brands such as Maui Jim, Tiffany & Co., and Fendi. At each location, customers are guided carefully through the options based on a variety of factors, including their prescriptions and facial features. Onsite adjustments make the process even easier, including meticulous custom-cut assembly performed in nearby boutiques.
7112 Wornall Rd
Kansas City,
MO
US
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