Eye Glass Frames

Williams Vision Group located in the Cherry Creek neighborhood of downtown Denver stocks a variety of frame styles for men, women, teens, and children. They are available in a number of styles from fashion-forward designer frames to more traditional styles. Materials include strong and lightweight plastic and metal alloys such as titanium. Frame collections from:


Sunglasses aren’t just about style – they’re essential in protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays. And sunglasses aren’t just for adults. Studies have shown that 85% of the UV damage done to a person’s eyes occurs before they are 18 years old. We can make prescription lenses for just about any sunglass frame.

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Choose from a variety of lens materials for your eyeglasses:

Hard resin (plastic)

Conventional hard resin lenses are half the weight of glass lenses and can be tinted to almost any color and density. Hard resin lenses are more easily scratched than glass but can have an optional scratch protectant applied. Hard resin lenses are more impact resistant than glass.

Lighter, thinner lenses

Modern technology has created lenses that bend light faster, therefore, stronger corrections are thinner than when made in conventional materials. Such lenses are called “high-index” and stronger corrections are more attractive because they are slimmer. High index lenses are lighter in weight than other materials. High index lenses absorb all harmful UV light and can be tinted to any shade or color.

Transitions ® lenses

These are lenses that darken automatically as you go from indoors to outdoors. There are four Transitions brand lenses: Transitions, Transitions Extra Active, Transitions Vantage, and Transitions Drivewear. Ask for a demonstration of Transitions lenses. Transitions lenses are the most popular photochromic lens in America.


Polycarbonate lenses are the most impact-resistant lenses available and are always the lens of choice for young people and active patients. They are high-index and are usually the lightest, most comfortable lenses. They absorb all harmful UV light and can be made with ultra thin edges because of their unique strength.


For years glass the only lens material available and glass still offers superior optics. The most scratch-resistant material, the primary disadvantage of glass is its weight, generally twice that of hard resin. Glass lenses are heat or chemically treated to increase impact resistance.

Sports/Protective Eyewear

Chester County Opticians can prescribe specialized eyewear to protect your eyes at work and at play. Specialty frames and prescription or non-prescription lenses are available for sports including basketball, baseball/softball, soccer, football, racquet sports, hockey, swimming, and skiing.

Contact Lenses

Advances in contact lens design and materials have made them a clear, comfortable option for many people requiring vision correction. Our office has extensive training and experience in fitting most popular styles of contact lenses, including:

  • Rigid, gas permeable lenses
  • Soft lenses – daily, two-week and extended wear options
  • Toric lenses (for astigmatism)
  • Multifocal
  • Fashion Color Lenses
  • Scleral Contact Lenses