Look your best! The certified opticians at Geneva Eye Clinic provide the most accurate and well-suited options based on your prescription. We offer many contact lenses and frames to fit all ages, from children to adults. Our caring team will help you choose the right vision solution to complement your lifestyle.
If you have any questions, please contact our optical department directly at 630-232-1282, option #4.
We offer a large selection of designer frames and high-quality brands for men, women, and children, including:
We offer glasses, specifically made for kids, from babies until they are adults for school, play and sports.
We offer Specs 4Us glasses for children and adults with Down syndrome! Individuals with Down syndrome have easily recognizable facial features, including tiny noses, shortened depth from the eye socket to the ear, and especially close-set eyes with broad faces. As a result, other glasses might constantly slide down, fall forward, and bow out at the temples.
Our discount packages include a quality frame, impact, and scratch-resistant lenses.
Before being assessed for glasses, you will need to have a comprehensive eye examination to ensure that your eyes are healthy. Careful measurements, along with refraction, assist the doctor in deciding your prescription. Please bring glasses, reading glasses, or contacts to your appointment if you currently wear them.
During a low vision evaluation, a patient is assessed for aids to enhance remaining vision after a loss due to such conditions as macular degeneration, glaucoma, or other ocular diseases. When conventional glasses do not meet the patient’s visual needs, various optical and non-optical devices are assessed, ranging from simple optical magnifiers to telescopic glasses or electronic magnifiers. Even though low vision aids do not replace lost vision, they can improve independence and your quality of life. It is essential for patients coming in for a low vision exam to bring all their glasses and vision devices.
Before being fit with contact lenses, you will need to have a comprehensive eye examination to ensure that your eyes are healthy. Careful measurements assist the doctor in deciding which lenses may be right for you. If you wear contacts lenses, please wear them to your appointment, bring your glasses and any information about your contacts such as the prescription or boxes.
Contact Lens Fitting Exam is for the first-time contact lens wearer. This exam will take more time due to instruction and training on insertion and removal of the lenses and reviewing lens care systems.
Contact Lens Refit Exam is for current contact lens wearers that may want or need another type of contact lens. Several lenses may be fit at this exam, and training is rarely required. Specialty contact lenses for astigmatism and keratoconus are available, along with multifocal contact lenses. We have a large inventory of diagnostic lenses (soft and gas permeable) used to aid and accelerate the fitting process.
Our optical shop accepts VSP®
Please note that we do not accept EyeMed vision insurance
Insurance co-pays are due at the time services are rendered
Geneva Eye Clinic accepts checks, cash or Mastercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover
Self-pay patients are responsible for payment at the time of service