Glasses Frames & Lenses

Glasses Frames & Lenses Specialist
From simple black frames to the latest designer looks, prescription eyewear can be just as unique as the people who wears them. Cataract & Vision Center of Hawaii is here to help every Honolulu area resident choose frames and lenses that fit their needs and make them look their best.

Glasses Frames & Lenses Q & A

Cataract & Vision Center of Hawaii

What Type of Frames Are Available?

There’s a wide range of frames available at Cataract & Vision Center of Hawaii. Options include everything from the basic bargain lenses to designers including:

  • Anna Sui (Asian Fit Eyewear)
  • Anne Klein
  • BCBG
  • Bebe
  • Calvin Klein
  • Carrera
  • Cazal
  • Christian Dior
  • Cole Haan
  • Dolce & Gabbana
  • Ed Hardy
  • Fendi
  • Guess
  • Gucci
  • Juicy Couture
  • Kenneth Cole
  • Liz Claiborne
  • Maui Jim
  • Michael Kors
  • Nautica
  • Nina Ricci
  • Nine West
  • Oakley
  • Prada
  • Ray Ban
  • Sean John
  • TC Charton (Asian Fit Eyewear)
  • Tiffany & Co.
  • Valentino
  • Versace
  • Yves Saint Laurent

How Can Patients Fit the Frames to Their Face Shape?

There’s a pair of glasses for every person’s unique face shape and size. The team at Cataract & Vision Center of Hawaii is happy to help their patients try different frame styles to determine what works best for them. There are "frameless" frames that can't even be seen; heavy frames that can add drama and impact; delicate frames for a feminine look; and everything in between.
Many of the Cataract & Vision Center of Hawaii patients say that choosing their new frames is the most exciting part of getting new glasses. It's their chance to get an entirely new look and style without having to make a major change.

What Kind of Lenses are Available?

At Cataract & Vision Center of Hawaii, there’s a nearly limitless range of lens options to choose from. Once the doctor determines the patient’s prescription, the patient can choose from a wide range of lenses to accommodate it. Lenses can be made from materials like polycarbonate, trivex, high index plastics, or glass. Most lenses today are a plastic blend, because plastics are ultra strong, difficult to break, and can be very scratch resistant.

Even patients with a high degree of vision impairment no longer have to use the "coke bottle" thick lenses. Today's high index plastics can create a thin lens that allows for clear vision while still showing the patient's beautiful eyes.

*Individual Results May Vary

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