Boasting vibrant, inviting décor speckled with fashionable frames, Wink Eyewear helps outfit customers with functional ocular accessories. Inside the bright eyewear boutique, frames by international designers wait anxiously to cling to cozy facial structures while improving the vision and appearance of Wink Eyewear's shelves. Stop UV rays from obfuscating oglers with prescription Ray-Ban Wayfarers ($278+), or try on a pair of handmade-in-Spain prescription Etnia Barcelona frames ($468+) that endow irises with striking colors such as red, blue, and checkered. Imported from Paris, prescription glasses by Alain Mikli ($918 on average) are made with ultra-light titanium and organic plant-based acetates, which appeal especially to green eyes and eyes that have publicly announced that they are going green.
At Insight Vision Center, optometrists Neal D. Troyer and Justin E. Weigel manage and treat a range of ocular diseases and co-manage all surgical cases. The doctors lead a bilingual staff of skilled opticians who treat customers in English and Spanish. They also delve into continuing education and test up-to-date optical instruments such as goggles with underwater x-ray vision. Drawing from their extensive training, they perform a range of services such as diabetic, pediatric, contact-lens, and comprehensive eye exams, as well as LASIK procedures and corneal-refractive therapy. They also fit faces for designer frames by Ray-Ban, Gucci, Vera Bradley, and Michael Kors and eyes for contact lenses by brands such as Acuvue, CooperVision, and Bausch & Lomb.
A finalist for the Governor's Award of Excellence, the office of Drs. Hawks, Besler and Rogers is committed to providing the most precise, comfortable, and efficient vision-enhancers possible to patients. For chic sightseers, the office carries an abundance of sophisticated frames from designers such as Coach, Calvin Klein, Vera Bradley, and more. Depending on frame and lens selection, complete pairs of eyeglasses range from $200 to $600. To protect eyes from sunburn and avoid the subsequent need to rub eyes with aloe vera lotion, you can also outfit them with sunshields from designers such as Maui Jim and Oakley.
In 1986, Dr. Vincinet Pennipede, O.D was fresh out of the military and opening up his first office off of Highway 69. There, he put in long hours and built a base of clients. Today, he oversees a team of eight optometrists and 35 qualified employees at five offices in the Kansas City area. Patrons peruse each warmly-lit furnished studio's collection of frames from high-end labels such as Silhouette and Coach. In-office labs create futuristic lenses of high-index plastic or hybrid Trivex quickly for patrons who need to return to work or judge a beauty pageant for snowflakes. Children protect their new specs with the store's Kid's Promise warranty, and adults consult with experienced doctors on the benefits of refractive surgery and restorative treatments for aging eyes.
After scouring Manhattan in search of affordable eye care for his six children, Dr. Richard Presley decided to take matters into his own hands. He had already spent years in practice when he founded Success Vision in 1999, and he drew on this experience to pair accurate prescription lenses with stylish frames. Rather than restrict himself to the latest whims of designers, Dr. Presley reduces costs for his customers by offering his own brand of frames. At Success Vision?s speedy on-site laboratory, technicians fit these frames with prescription lenses and x-ray capabilities within an hour.
With 20 years of industry experience, Jonathan Sollers at Shawnee Optix graces faces with expertly fitted frames from designer brands such as Nike, Rayban, Gucci, and Marc Jacobs. The shop’s selection of specialty lenses adheres to unique ocular needs with a range of special designs and coating, including polycarbonate, no-line bifocal, scratch-resistant, and barbecue-flavored.