Optical

Selecting new glasses will be a pleasurable experience in our beautiful optical department. We carry high quality budget frames to the most exclusive designer lines with the best prices in Gwinnett County. Come and visit our showroom and online optical store to see our latest styles.

Office Hours

Mon10 am - 6 pm Tue10 am - 6 pm Wed10 am - 6 pm Thu1 pm - 5 pm Fri8 am - 2 pm Sat BAO 9 am - 2 pm Sun — Closed —  

Eyewear Selection

Lawrenceville Family Eyecare Eyewear Selection

We carry over 600 frames on display including most exclusive designer brands such as Ray Ban, Versace, Gucci, Dolce and Gabbana, Charmant, Banana Republic, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tommy Bahama, Fendi, Liz Claiborne, Aristar, Valerie Spencer, Vedette, Jubilee, Maxx Eyewear, Ernest Hemingway, Seventeen, Adidas, Silhouette, Marc Jacobs, Tory Burchand, Mchael Kors, Bobbi Brown, Dilli Dalli, Mira Flex, Flexon, and Altair. In children selection, we offer a colorful assortment of frames called Jelly Bean. Many popular sunglasses brands such as Ray Ban, and Banana Republic are also available.

Banana Republic Dolce and Gabbana Adidas Gucci Silhouette Liz Claiborne Ray Ban Versace Aristar Charmant Dale Earnhardt Jr. Valerie Spencer Ernest Hemingway Seventeen Tommy Bahama Fendi Tory Burch Marc Jacobs Mchael Kors Dilli Dalli Mira Flex Bobbi Brown Flexon

Warranty & Repair

Most frames and lenses have a one year manufacturer warranty. Repair and adjustment is complimentary and free at our office.



Lens Options

The options in lenses include single vision, bifocal, trifocal, multi-focal or progressive (no line bifocals). We carry the latest free form progressive lenses that have minimal blue or distortion areas and as a result patients rarely have adaptation problems.

All of the above lens styles come in the following materials:

  • Regular Plastic (CR39)
  • Polycarbonate: shatter resistant
  • Trivex: shatter resistant with minimal chromatic aberration
  • High Index: for strong prescriptions to make the lenses thin

Our anti reflective coating have three layers to make them scratch resistance and easy to clean.

Our patient friendly policies will guarantee your satisfaction and our on site lab allows us to provide you with fast service with impeccable workmanship. All of our glasses are inspected for quality and accurately before they are dispensed.


Lawrenceville Family Eyecare Childrens Eye Glasses

We carry high quality lenses such as Zeiss, Shamir, Seiko, Coge, Varilux, Kodak, Crizal, Transitions, and Hoya. Would you like to know what kind of lenses is best for you? Find out now by answering a few questions (click here).

Custom Lens

We can make special computer glasses with any of the frames we have in the form of single vision or progressive lenses.


Contact Lens Options

  • Astigmatism: Approximately 85% of the population has astigmatism. Astigmatism occurs when the surface of the eye is shaped like an American football so that light does not focus on one point on the retina. This can be corrected with special weighted contacts called Toric lenses.
  • Bifocal: if you need bifocals, there are three options with contacts:
    1. Multifocal Contacts
    2. Monovision: one eye is corrected for distance and the other for near
    3. Distance correction with contacts and reading glasses are used over them to read up close.
  • Orthokeratology (Ortho-k): If you ever wished to see clearly at a distance without glasses or contacts and are not sure about refractive surgery, orthokeratology might be for you. Sometimes called braces for the eyes, in orthokeratology, the doctor designs a lens with the help of a device called a corneal topographer to gently change the curvature of the surface of your eye while you sleep. When you awaken in the morning, you simply remove the lenses and enjoy corrected vision all day. For more information about this procedure ask Dr. Kazem how this treatment can help you.
  • Rigid Gas Permeable RGP's): a lens that's much more healthy for your eye because of the oxygen permeability
    Why would you do better with RGP's than soft contacts?

    1. the lenses are custom made for your eye
    2. the visual acuity is sharper (see things clearer)
    3. the lenses last longer.
  • Sports Contacts: for people who are active in sports, no problem with fog as with glasses


Not sure if you can wear contacts? (Q&A)


Are Contact Lenses Safe?
Of course they are! If you follow instructions and care for them properly, there is no cause for concern. The percentage of eye infections or loss of vision is about the same with contact lens wearers as with those who don't use them. If a person wearing a contact lens is struck in the eye, the lens may even afford some protection. However contacts should never be worn as a substitute for safety glasses. Furthermore, it is impossible to lose a contact lens somewhere "behind your eye." They are safe and harmless when you follow the rules.

Do Contact Lenses Require a Lot of Care?
These days care is simple with most all types of contact lenses. Reusable lenses must still be cared for, but the time involved is hardly more than brushing your teeth. Some lenses are designed to be worn one day and thrown away, without the need for cleaning.

Suppose I Can't Learn to Handle Them?
The apprehension you feel when it comes time to placing something on your eye is quite natural, but millions of people have learned to do so. With proper instruction, and a little practice, you will find that handling contact lenses is easy.

Can I Have a Copy of My Prescription After The Examination?
You are most welcome to your contact lens specifications, but the procedure involved differs greatly from getting a glasses prescription. The same tests are necessary, and in addition, patients are given a thorough pre fitting examination to decide if contact lenses can be worn. Measurements of the cornea include its shape, size, and sensitivity. Also, tear flow, blink rate, lid tension, and many other observations are necessary before any contact lens is dispensed. After that, an adaptation period is required so that the final specifications can really be determined only after contacts have been worn successfully for a few weeks.

Can I Swim With My Contact Lenses, Wear Cosmetics, Have Them Tinted or Made in a Bifocal Prescription?
Yes, yes, yes! You can do all of these things and much more. Please feel free to call or ask while you are in the office.

What About Astigmatism?
These days virtually any visual requirement can be corrected with contact lenses. In some cases, astigmatism may be corrected best with a rigid contact lens, but soft lenses are also available to handle this common visual disorder. Rest assured, your doctor will suggest the lens that best fits your visual and lifestyle needs.

Soft Lenses, Gas Permeable's, Disposable, Extended Wear; Which Lens Is Best? Today there are contact lenses that may be worn up to thirty days consecutively as well as lenses that are designed to be discarded after each usage. Specially designed rigid gas permeable contact lenses may even be worn only during sleep, gently reshaping the corneal surface to correct myopia (nearsighted ness), and allowing patients to function during the day without contact lenses or glasses.

Just as no two individuals are exactly alike, so too do the needs of peoples' eyes vary. Besides choosing the right material, lens size, shape and thickness must be designed to meet individual needs. Your doctor will suggest the right one for you. Soft lenses generally feel better at first but they do not differ greatly from rigid gas permeable contacts after adaptation. Your vision may even be better with one type or another.

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