Digital Lenses & Designer Frames Specialist

West Vision

Optometrists located in Tyler, TX

Digital lenses and designer frames are two of the most innovative and popular options in the world of eye care today. The team at West Vision offers the latest and most interesting options to patients in Noonday, New Hope, Antioch, Walnut Grove, Tyler, Athens, Canton, Lindale, Palestine, Flint, Bullard, Winnsboro, Brownsboro, Chandler, Arp, Mineola, Quitman, Van, and Ben Wheeler, Texas. Use the online appointment maker to schedule a visit or call the West Vision office to make an appointment with Dr. Jacob West now.

Digital Lenses & Designer Frames Q & A

What are digital lenses?

Even if your current eyeglass prescription corrects your vision to 20/20, you may still not have the vision that you want. This can happen because of the eyeglass frame dimensions or the construction of the lenses themselves.

Digital lenses can be a great solution. They give you the clearest, crispest, vision possible while wearing eyeglasses. To make digital lenses, your West Vision optician combines your lens prescription from Dr. West and the specific dimensions from the eyeglass frames you selected.

How are digital lenses better than ordinary eyeglass lenses?

Digital lenses give you superior vision because they're highly optimized just for you.  You won't have to worry about problems like eye strain, vision warping, and glare.

Digital lenses also have the flexibility advantage. With traditional lenses, you may have to choose a certain type of frame depending on your prescription. With digital lenses, your prescription can work with any frame you like.

Which designer frames are available?

West Vision offers a wide range of designer names, including:

  • Tom Ford
  • SALT
  • Prada
  • Barton Perreira
  • TOMS
  • Ray Bans
  • Maui Jim
  • Costa
  • Modo
  • Coach
  • Silhouette
  • Tory Burch
  • Randolph
  • DIFF
  • Adidas
  • Chloe

Which designer frame shape is best for me?

West Vision has designer frames to suit any face shape.

Oval face

You may look best in frames that are wide but not overly wide. Look for frames that have width matching the widest area on your face.

Square face

Your face is very balanced, but you might want to elongate it a bit. Narrow frames can make your face look longer and less square.

Triangle face

Your upper face is considerably wider than your chin. You can make your face look more balanced by selecting designer frames that have a width equal to or larger than your jaw. A cat’s-eye shape can look great on you.

Round face

The designer lenses that look best on you will probably be rectangular or boxy in shape. Avoid round frames, as they can make your face look too round. Bold frames will usually look great on you.

The team at West Vision can help with all aspects of your vision, including new lenses and frames. Click now for an appointment or call the office to schedule your visit.