As a commitment to our patients, we at EYE PEOPLE have made the glasses ordering process easy. We provide lens package options to make choosing the right pair of glasses easier for you and our experienced opticians and optometrists can recommend the best suited lens options that customized to your visual needs.


We can put your prescription into virtually any frame, including your own previous frames.


We are happy to fill any unexpired outside prescriptions.


An overview of the simple process of getting a new pair of glasses.


We carry only high quality and designer frames from companies who emphasize design, functionality, and excellent workmanship. We have frames that appeal to all budgets to allow everyone access to great frames.


Your lens design dictates how you're able to use your prescription. Our team of eye doctors and opticians can recommend the one that is best suited for your visual needs.


The actual material your lenses are made out of impacts your vision, comfort and safety in your glasses. Each material has it's own pros and cons, and our team can recommend the best lens material for your prescription.


There are many lens features to add on to help to improve your vision, relieve eye fatigue and eyestrain, and help your lenses be more functional to your specific activities, hobbies and lifestyle.


Single vision lenses have only one prescription throughout the entire lens. This is the most common type of lens and can be made for distance, computer or reading.

Anti-fatigue lenses are designed for people who spend prolonged periods of near work such as reading, computer, tablet or phone use. The lens is still set to your distance prescription similar to a single vision lens, however there is a slight addition of reading power in the bottom portion of the lens. This helps reduce eye fatigue and eyestrain throughout the course of the day.

Progressives allow you to focus at multiple distances, have no lines and allow for a smooth, comfortable transition from your distance prescription to your reading prescription at the bottom of the lens.

Computer progressive lenses are similar to a regular progressive lens in that it allows you to focus at multiple distances and have no lines but these are customized to allow for a smooth transition from your computer prescription to your reading prescription instead. There is no distance prescription in these which allows you to have more areas of the lens dedicated to your task-specific visual demands.

Bifocals have clearly defined areas for your distance vision in the top portion of the lens and near vision in the bottom portion. These areas are separated by a noticeable line.

Trifocals have three clearly defined areas in the lens — distance, intermediate (or computer), and near. These areas are separated by a noticeable line.


Plastic lenses are a lightweight and cost-effective lens material with good optics. The disadvantage to these lenses is the thickness.

Polycarbonate lenses are thinner and lighter than plastic lenses and are impact-resistant. These lenses are required for children’s glasses and safety glasses.

Trivex lenses are similar to polycarbonate in that they are thinner and lighter than plastic lenses and are impact-resistant but have slightly better optics than polycarbonate.

Hi-Index lenses are the thinnest lenses available and are lightweight. Patients with high prescriptions would benefit the most from these lenses.


Anti-reflective coating eliminates glare caused by light reflecting from your lenses, providing better vision for nighttime driving and more comfortable vision for reading and computer use. Your lenses will appear nearly invisible so people can focus on your eyes, not the reflections from your eyeglasses. It is highly recommended for all lenses especially for polycarbonate and Hi-Index lens materials.

Blue-light anti-reflective coatings protect against harmful blue-violet light rays emitted from artificial from your smartphone, LED screens, TV, computer and tablet screens. This helps reduce digital eyestrain and eye fatigue. Evidence suggests that long-term exposure to blue light may contribute to damage of the retina that may lead to macular degeneration. Viewing digital devices at night can also disrupt the brain’s production of melatonin, causing sleep disturbances and a dysfunction of the natural circadian rhythm.

Photochromic lenses are eyeglass lenses that are clear indoors and darken within seconds when outdoors and exposed to UV rays.

Tint treatment can change lenses into any color. These are helpful for changing any pair of glasses into sunglasses, reduce eyestrain or achieve a cosmetic effect.

A high quality scratch coat will make your lenses more resistant to scratches but no lenses are entirely scratch-proof.

UV-protective coatings block 100% of harmful UV rays from damaging your eyes, akin to sunscreen. These coatings can are clear and still provide complete UV protection.

Polarized lenses eliminate glare that is created by horizontal surfaces such as roadways, water, snow etc. These are recommended for those who are sensitive light and glare.

Mirror coating on sunglasses reflect light away from your eyes. The coating give sunglasses a mirror-like appearance on the outside.

Edges are finished from a matte to shiny finish. The flat edge is rounded off, making it appear to be thinner. Recommended for those individuals who have thicker lenses or those with semi-rimless or complete rimless frame styles.

Edges are finished from a flat edge to a rounded edge. The flat edge is rounded off, making it appear to be thinner. Recommended for those individuals who have thicker lenses.