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COVID19 – What we’re doing to keep you safe?   How can you help?   Updated 6-17-2020

To our Valued Patients, Families and Friends of Children’s Eye Physicians, Colorado Family Eye Center, Colorado Center for Eye Alignment, and Colorado Family Optical:

We’d like you to let you know about a few key points pertaining to your Optical store questions, prescriptive eye wear, contact lenses, and related prescriptions as our staffing and support has changed a bit in response to COVID19 protective measures for our patients, their families, our physicians and the practice’s employees.

First – WE ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP YOU!  We are processing your orders and getting them to you as quickly as possible.  We are available to help you with questions/concerns.

Questions you may have:

What is the best way to contact the Optical stores? The best way to contact our Optical team is to send an email noting the patient’s name, your relationship to the patient, the patient’s date of birth and best way to get in contact with you.  Our Optical team is best reached at Optical@CEPColorado.com.  We look forward to hearing from you!

When will my glasses be ready? We will provide you our best estimate of when your order for prescriptive eye wear will be ready, but plan on up to two weeks.  We are very happy to provide an update on when your order will be ready. Please send us an email at Optical@CEPColorado.com with your name, date of birth, store location and best way to get in touch with you.

How can I check the status of my order? The BEST way to check status of your order is to send us an email at Optical@CEPColorado.com. You’re also welcome to call, and if for some reason we can’t take your call, please leave a voice mail message and we will get back to you within 2 business days.  If you’re sending an email or leaving a voice mail, we need the patient’s full name, date of birth, the store’s location where you placed your order and the best way to get in touch with you.

How can I pick up my glasses/contact lenses? We are offering appointments with our Optical staff.   You’re also welcome to stop by the store during regular office hours and we will make every effort to work with you during your visit.   Plan on checking in with our Patient Concierge for COVI19 screening.   Masks/Face coverings are required.   Masks/Face coverings not advised for children UNDER the age of 2 years old.

I need a copy of my eye wear/contact lens prescription – what are my options? Please send us an email with your request to GetInfo@CEPColorado.com. We need the patient’s name, date of birth, your name & relationship to the patient. We will get back with you as soon as possible.

I’d like to order new glasses / contact lenses – what are my options? We’d be happy to help you and the best option is to make an appointment.

We will continue to update you as more information becomes available and we will do all we can to protect you, your family, our physicians and our employees during this unprecedented public health crisis.

If you have any other non-optical related questions, you’re welcome to contact the practice at 303-456-9456, or send an email to GetInfo@CEPColorado.com and we will be very happy to help answer your questions/concerns.

Thank you for placing your trust in our practice for your and your family’s vision health.

We will get through this!

In good health,
Children’s Eye Physicians, Colorado Family Eye Centers, Colorado Center for Eye Alignment, Colorado Family Optical

We have three Optical Centers, conveniently located within our offices.

Colorado Family Optical – Centennial is located in our Centennial office.
Phone 303-797-0882, Fax 303-790-4162; 9094 E. Mineral Avenue, Suite 200, Centennial, CO 80112

Colorado Family Optical – Wheat Ridge is located in our Wheat Ridge office.
Phone 303-456-9990, Fax 303-463-7563; 4875 Ward Road, Suite 600, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Colorado Family Optical – Denver is located in our Denver office.
Phone: 303-597-1650, Fax: 303-597-1641; 2373 Central Park Blvd, Suite 102, Denver, CO 80238

Our optical shops specialize in children’s eye wear, providing a large variety of high-quality, durable and fashion forward frames at competitive prices with unsurpassed warranties.

Our optical shops are not only for children.
Members of your entire family will find age-appropriate frames from today’s popular designers.  We are committed to making sure that every experience in our optical shops is not only fun for your children but also that you leave with the assurance that your child has the best available glasses for their specific needs.

Frames

A good fit begins with a good selection
We work one-on-one with you and your child to ensure that the selected style is best suited for facial characteristics, prescription requirements and your child’s unique personality. Our opticians bring you and your family professionalism, years of training and experience to ensure correct measurements and proper frame fit. Measurements such as: frame size, nasal bridge size, temple length, and inter-pupillary distance require a trained eye to guarantee optical centration for optimal vision as well as the best possible comfort.

Being strong advocates for eye protection while participating in sporting activities, we stock a wide selection of prescription and non-prescription sport frames. These specialized frames are essential for activities including (but not limited to) baseball/softball, basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse, field/ice hockey and swimming.

We are always receiving the newest styles and colors of today’s most popular frames. Our selection of child tested and approved frames is unrivaled.

SUN PROTECTION ALL YEAR LONG

We have a broad selection of adult and children’s sunglasses. Many of our frames have an optional clip-on feature. In addition, any of our frames can be made into prescription or non-prescription sunglasses.

Polarized lenses are the most effective way to reduce glare and eliminate most of the sun’s damaging rays. The benefits include improved contrast, reduction of haze from atmospheric conditions, enhanced color rendition, and greater depth perception.

Mirror coating is a special treatment applied to the front surface of the lens through a process that allows the lens to take on the properties of a two-way mirror. Mirror coatings reflect the harsh light rays that are emitted from surfaces such as water, snow, and ice. These coatings are available in a wide array of colors.

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Not all lenses are created equal

Today’s popular lens material offer excellent benefits to wearers of any age. We work closely with our laboratory to ensure that each lens is flawless and correctly made. This dedication to quality and individual attention does take time. Most glasses will be complete in three to five business days; however, complex prescriptions such as prisms, polarized lenses, mirror coatings, tinting, or special bifocals may require more time.

Aspheric lenses are recommended for higher prescription powers. The benefits include are lighter and thinner lenses. These lenses are optically and cosmetically superior to standard lens materials.

Polycarbonate lenses are recommended for not just children, but for anyone who lives a more active lifestyle. Polycarbonate lenses offer ten times the impact resistance of ordinary plastic and 25 times the resistance of glass, proving that it is the safest choice for your child. In addition to impact safety, these particular lenses offer protection from potentially damaging UVA and UVB rays.

so many choices

Customize your lenses

Antireflective (AR) treatment is a coating applied to the lens to reduce reflected light from the lens surface. The reduction of glare makes these lenses cosmetically more appealing, as lenses appear nearly invisible. In addition, the reduced glare improves the clarity of the lens thereby improving vision.

Crizal lenses are an integrated system of 2-sided scratch resistance, anti-reflective and hydro-phobic technologies, providing you with unsurpassed visual clarity. Crizal’s advanced properties allow for ease of cleaning fingerprints and smudges from the lens surface as well as two-sided scratch resistance for tough long-lasting lenses.

Photochromic or “transition” lenses have a special light-sensitive membrane that responds to changes in UV light and temperature to accommodate outdoor lifestyle. As the UV rays increase or decrease, the lens darkens or lightens accordingly. This particular feature has been used for many years, but advances in technology have allowed for faster transition time.

Contacts

We offer contact lens fitting and dispensing of a wide variety of soft and ridgid gas-permeable contact lenses. These include daily wear lenses, contact lenses for astigmatism, tinted lenses and bifocal contact lenses. We will assure that your fit is optimal for for the best possible vision and comfort. Our optical shops can order any specialty lens. Just ask!

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SPECIAL OFFERS
Is your child tough on their glasses? Our warranties are GREAT and we offer 20% off a second pair!