Eye Glasses Specialist

Centennial Eye & Cosmetic Associates

Ophthalmologists & Optometrists located in Aurora, CO

Your eyeglasses say as much about your personal style as your clothes – maybe even more. Glasses are the first accessory others see when they greet you, so Dr. Kim Burrell of Centennial Eye & Cosmetic Associates and her team of optical professionals in Aurora, Colorado, offer the latest designs in frames. With Dr. Burrell’s ophthalmology expertise and eyeglass frames to fit your lifestyle, you can be sure your glasses are the best in both function and form. Call or schedule an appointment online today.

Eye Glasses Q & A

Centennial Eye & Cosmetic Associates

What should I look for in eyeglasses?

First and foremost, you need to know that you’re fitted with the most accurate lens prescription, so you can see clearly with your new glasses. Dr. Burrell is an expert in the field of ophthalmology, so you can be sure after an exam, she prescribes the most precise lenses for your needs. Next, the experienced team helps you select lenses made from quality materials that match your unique style.

The Centennial Eye & Cosmetic Associates team is highly trained when it comes to helping men, women, and children find the right fit and the right style for the shape of your face and vision requirements. The better the quality of materials in a frame, the longer they will last. The optical team takes into account your occupation, hobbies, and recreational needs so they can help you select eyeglasses that will serve you until your next eye exam.

Choose from hundreds of styles and options like lightweight, flexible, strong, and hypoallergenic frames.

How should I clean my eyeglasses?

You just invested in a beautiful pair of high-quality eyeglasses, and the first time you get a smudge on them, you untuck your shirt and rub it on your glasses. That’s one of the best ways to scratch your new lenses! Resist the urge to clean your lenses with a t-shirt and instead, use lens solution and a soft cleaning cloth that is only meant for your glasses.

You can also run your glasses under warm water to rinse off dust and debris, and then dry them with the cleaning cloth. If your lenses have anti-reflective coating, be sure to use only an eyeglass cleaner that won’t damage the coating. The experienced eyeglass professionals at Centennial Eye & Cosmetic Associates explain how to best care for your glasses at your appointment.

How often should I get new glasses?

You should get new eyeglasses anytime your prescription changes. Dr. Burrell advises you of any changes to your current prescription when you come in for an exam. Or, if you’re having trouble seeing with your current glasses or contacts, call the Aurora office to schedule an eye exam as soon as you can. As a general rule, plan to visit Dr. Burrell for an eye exam once a year or once every two years.

You can also get new glasses anytime you want to update your frames, or add a second pair for convenience or as an accessory. Call or schedule an appointment online today.