Lenses & Eyeware

Jason Simon


Whether strictly utilitarian or an all-out fashion statement, your comfort and vision while wearing corrective lenses or eyewear is our primary concern. Dr. Westrum and his wife Karime and staff will work closely with you to determine the best solution for your eyes, prescription and lifestyle.

Eyewear

When it comes to glasses, we understand that our patients don't simply want to see well, they want to look good. That's why we offer a wide selection of stylish frames including those from top eyewear designers. Once you've selected the frames you love, we will help you determine which lenses are right for you, taking sun exposure, glare and durability into consideration.

Browse Frames

We invite you to visit the office at any time to browse our full selection of eyeglass frames. From Gucci to Giorgio Armani, Lulu Guinness to Polo Ralph Lauren, we are pleased to offer some of the most trend-setting frame and sunglass designs available. Here is a sampling of our lines.

Gucci

Made in Italy, Gucci's sophisticated stylings, technical knowledge and strict use of only the highest quality materials make it one of the world's premier eyewear designers. Our office is one of the few places in central Iowa where you can find this highly sought-after line.

Airlock

Best known for its rimless, featherweight Titan Minimal Art frames, Airlock by Marchon eyewear technology is nothing short of revolutionary. These exceptionally resilient frames are made of titanium, featuring a single piece that bends around the face without hinges for an exceptionally smooth, comfortable fit.

Ralph Lauren

Bold and enigmatic, Ralph Lauren eyewear mirrors the runway styles you see from this sleek, contemporary designer. These frames are structurally modern with sculpted shapes and clean lines. The company's technological sophistication extends to a variety of rimless models that are lightweight and distinctive.

Sunglasses

Do your eyes a favor by protecting them from the harmful effects of ultraviolet light. Overexposure to the sun's harsh rays can cause cataracts, as well as damage to the retina itself. We recommend wearing high quality U-V resistant sunglasses any time you go outside during the day--even when it's cloudy.

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