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ADDRESS

5801 Olde Wadsworth Blvd Arvada, CO 80003

Phone:
303-422-3817
Fax:
303-423-6317

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Optical services

Our full service optical is designed to provide the best in eyewear and eyewear repair. We have an onsite lab that can provide many prescriptions while you wait. Our experienced optical staff will help you choose the best eyewear for your individual needs.


Our Optical Staff:

Steve Kozanecki, ABOC - Steve graduated from the TH Pickens Optical School in 1988 and achieved certification from the American Board of Opticianary that same year. He has worked in our office since 1999.

Rodney Brewer, ABOC - Rod was raised locally and graduated from WheatRidge High School. After attending Weber State University, Rod achieved certification through the American Board of Opticianary in 2000 and has worked at the Arvada Vision and Eye Clinic since that same year.

Janene Vigil - Janene is the most established member of our optical staff. She has helped our patients select the perfect glasses since 1988. She is well trained in all aspects of opticianry.

 

Eyewear

We carry over 500 designer frames including:

Silhoutte
Safilo
Ray Ban
Armani
Nine West
Nike Vision
Tommy Hilfiger
 
Bongo
Oakley
Adidas
 
Gucci
Bolle
DKNY
 
Serrengetti
Brooks Brothers
Candies
 
Carrerra
Prada
Liz Claiborne
 

Lenses

Single Vision – lenses used for simple prescriptions when a patient still has full range of focus, or targeted for a specific focus such as reading or computer work.

Bifocal – Allow clear vision at two distinct distances, such as distance and reading. A line seperates the two parts of the lens. Otherwise known as “lined bifocals” or “Flat Tops.”

Trifocal – Allow clear vision at three distinct distances, such as distance, intermediate (computer or dashboard distance), and reading. A line seperates the three parts of the lens.

Progressive – These lenses have a smooth transition from distance to near allowing clear vision at any distance. There is no line making the lens appear as if it were single vision. Otherwise known as “no lines.”

Occupational – Custom lenses designed for specific visual requirements.


Materials

Plastic –provide good optics and are durable. Can be tinted any color. Plastic lenses are susceptible to scratches and should receive a protective coating.

Polycarbonate – the most impact resistant and safest lens available. Thin and lightweight. Essential for athletes and children.

High Index – Revolutionary material that makes lenses thinner and lighter. These eliminate the “Coke Bottle” lenses of the past.

Photochromic – made of photosensitive material that automatically darken when in sunlight or shade, yet remain clear indoors. Available in both glass and plastic materials.


Lens Treatments

Scratch coating – Hardens the lens surface reducing the risk for scratching.

Anti Reflective Coating – Elimates the glare induced by glasses. Improves vision in all light conditions, especially helpful for night driving and computer use.

Polarized sunglasses – Eliminates reflected glare, improving vision around water and while driving.

 

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