At Westlake Hills Vision Center, we carry a mix of independent and designer eyewear lines. Eyewear is more than just function — it’s the new fashion accessory! See well and look good at the same time. Our trained optician will make sure you pick a frame that is suitable for your prescription. The whole office likes to chime in with their opinion on which style looks best on you. What frame lines do we carry? We carry Alexander McQueen, Gucci, Tom Ford, Plein Les Mirettes, Modo, Maui Jim, Ray Ban, Oakley, Prodesign, Burberry, Giogio Valmissoi, and Nifities.
We are always striving to improve our selection and have recently added three new lines to our eyewear collections. We are happy to announce we now carry Alexander McQueen, Gucci, and Plein Les Mirettes.
Westlake Hills Vision Center is proud to be Austin’s source for ZEISS lenses. As the world’s leading manufacturer of precision optics ZEISS combines technical expertise and innovative ideas into exceptional visual experiences.
Today, using digital devices while on the move means we now increasingly rely on our peripheral vision to safely navigate the physical world. Without lenses specially designed for today‘s dynamic visual behaviors, all the frequent gaze changes can leave our eyes tired and strained.
The ZEISS SmartLife Lens Portfolio caters to all connected, on-the-move eyeglass wearers, independent of age – providing clear, comfortable vision to balance their modern lifestyle.
Frequent gaze changes to and from smart devices can lead to eyestrain. ZEISS SmartLife lenses are specially designed to support quick and easy peripheral vision for all-day comfort.
All clear ZEISS SmartLife lenses include ZEISS UVProtect Technology.
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is always present. All year round, all day, in winter or summer, in sunny and even overcast conditions. Prolonged UV exposure poses some serious health risks.
Most of us know that UV rays can damage the skin, but many are unaware that UV exposure can also be harmful to the eyes and surrounding tissue.
A UV camera reveals what is invisible to the naked eye (tap or move your mouse over to see the difference):
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