Eyewear at Our Bee Cave Optometry Center

At Luxe Vision Care + Optical, we know how important it is to pair high-quality eye care with high-quality eyewear. After all, eyeglasses and sunglasses play big roles in your everyday eye health. Finding the right prescription and fit is crucial for correcting your vision, but it’s also crucial for preventing future vision problems, protecting your eye health, and making you feel confident. Whether you want to update your prescription or your style, we have the eyewear for you. Our Austin optometry center is also an optical center with a variety of eyeglasses and sunglasses, and they can be customized to accommodate your vision correction needs.

Customize a Pair of Prescription Eyeglasses

Do you rely on corrective lenses to see properly? Incorrect prescriptions will cause eye strain and blurry vision, and ill-fitting frames will make it impossible for your lenses to do their job. That’s why we work so hard to provide thorough, precise eye exams and customized, comfortable eyeglasses here in Austin. We work with brands and manufacturers that are truly committed to optical precision, as well as style and durability.  

We offer a variety of eyeglasses that can be customized with prescription lenses, including specialty lenses for patients with multiple refractive errors and other vision conditions. After you pick out your favorite pair(s) of eyeglasses, our optometry team will fit them with lenses that meet your unique eye care needs.

Protect Your Eyes with Sunglasses in Austin

Whether or not you need prescription lenses, sunglasses should be part of your eye care routine. The Texas sun sends harsh UV rays that can damage your eye’s most sensitive and important components, and it also creates glares that make it difficult to drive and work. Protective sunglasses are your best defense against eye strain, eye damage, and even vision loss associated with the effects of sunlight. We offer prescription and non-prescription sunglasses at our optometry center in Austin, including sunglasses with UV-resistant and glare-resistant lenses for maximum protection.

Find the Perfect Frames for You

Our staff are highly experienced in choosing the best high quality from for your face.  We provide fashionable lenses with correct prescription that fit your face and style too. Our durable designer eyewear collection includes a variety of shapes, sizes, styles, and colors, making it easy for you to choose a pair that will flatter your facial features. For example, if you have a square face, you may want rounded frames to soften your angles and provide a pleasing contrast. We also offer stylish frames that can withstand extra wear and tear, protecting your investment along with your eyes. See below for all of our brands:

Contact Our Luxe Vision + Optical Care in Bee Cave, TX and Surrounding Areas Today!

Visit our optical center today to find your next pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses. If you need a new prescription, call our Bee Cave location at 512-738-8830 or Austin office at (512) 358-8200 to get started with a comprehensive vision exam.

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