Choosing your frames

There are four main things to consider when you pick out your glasses.



When you first put on a pair of glasses, it should feel comfortable.

  • The eyes are centered in the frames.
  • The frames are not sitting on your checks when you smile.
  • The frames are not pinching the side of your head.
  • Your eyelashes are not touching the lenses in the frames.
  • The frames sit comfortable on your face and nose bridge.


Before deciding what frame color will work best with your eye color, ask yourself whether you want to stand out, or blend in.

  • Lean toward frames that contrast with the tone of your face or hair.
  • People with white or blonde hair should try a darker shade
  • People with dark hair should try a slightly lighter shade than their hair color.

Face Shape

The old rule—the frames of your glasses should contrast with the shape of your face—is still valid.

  • Round face should try an angular frame.
  • Long narrow face should try a circular frame.
  • Oval face should try a circular or square-off frame.


Glasses can now be made to fit all your hobbies, sports, and special needs. These days the glasses are made to adapt to your lifestyle needs versus the other way around, where you have to adapt to the glasses.

Choosing Your Lenses

Our skilled opticians will help to choose the perfect pair of glasses for you!


Lens Material

Few lenses are made of glass because plastic lenses are lighter, thinner, and less likely to shatter. Due to today's techology, lenses are made digitally.

  • Plastic CR-39

    Basic plastic lenses. Glass lenses are rarely used

  • Polycarbonate
  • Essilor’s polycarbonate lenses are 20% thinner, 30% lighter, and 12x more impact resistant than standard plastic lenses, making it great for safety glasses for work and sports!

  • Hi-Index
  • The higher than index number, the thinner the lens will be. We have the highest index of 1.74 available.

Lens Type

All your visual needs can be meet buy these different lens types. We will specialize in figuring out your needs and making the perfect pair for you.

  • Single vision
  • Bifocal
  • Progressive
  • Near Variable
  • Computer glasses
  • Special hobbies

Lens Options

These choices are what make a basic pair of glasses spectacular. These add-on options further enhances your specific visual needs.

  • Anti-reflective Coating
  • Blue blocker coating
  • Scratch Coating
  • Transititions—light intelligent lens
  • Polarized
  • Special tints and colors for special hobbies and sports

Choosing the Right Fit

There are 4 measurements that are needed to make sure your glasses fit properly.


PD (Pupil Distance)

PD refers to the distance in millimeters between the center of one pupil to the center of the other.

Pantoscopic Tilt

It corresponds to the tilt of the frame in relation to the primary horizontal direction of gaze.


Frame wrap angle describes the horizontal angle of the lens plane in front of the eyes.


Vertex distance is the distance from the front surface of the cornea to the back side of a lens that is mounted in a frame and being worn by the patient.


Golden Vision Optometry provides great selection of contact lenses.


One Day Toss

Daily disposable contact lenses are single-use lenses that are removed and discarded at the end of each day, and a fresh pair of lenses is applied to the eyes the next morning.


"Toric contact lenses" are used to correct for your astigmatism. These speciality contacts are now available in a one day toss as well.


Multifocal contact lenses have a bifocal design with two distinct lens powers — one for your distance vision and one for near.


There are color contacts for the fashion forward. These contacts can enhance or even change your eye color. Ask us about getting a free pair.