Wearing glasses gives you an additional opportunity to make a fashion statement. At Dr. Gottlieb Optometry, with two locations in Lakewood, California, you can choose from over 1,000 frames from top brands on display in their showroom. Schedule your visit to Dr. Gottlieb Optometry today by calling the office or booking a visit online, and get a pair of frames that’s perfect for your look.
Dr. Gottlieb Optometry carries a vast selection of stylish frames from some of the most fashionable brands, like:
If you like a pair of frames in their showroom, but want a different size or color, the friendly team can try to order a custom pair for you.
The frames at Dr. Gottlieb Optometry are easy on the eyes and kind on your wallet. Their “select” collection features frames that are totally covered by your insurance plan, while the frames in their “premium” collection only cost $40 with insurance.
And in case you drop, damage, or break your glasses, all of the frames in their “designer” collection come with a free, one-year unlimited warranty plan (with a $20 handling and postage fee for replacements).
The team of professionals at Dr. Gottlieb Optometry works with you to select a set of frames that fits your particular needs, budget, and physical appearance. Each pair of frames tends to be better suited to a few particular face shapes, and the friendly team is highly skilled in helping you pick a frame that’s best for your unique face shape, like:
Frames that are slightly curved (like ovals) and are wider than they are tall tend to best complement square faces.
If you have an oval face, you want to find frames that are going to complement your naturally balanced proportions, which tend to be diamond or rectangular shapes that are broader than the widest part of your face and follow your brow line.
If you have an oblong face, you should try frames with a low bridge that shortens your nose and breaks up the length of your face. Frames with strong vertical lines or deep, round, low-triangle shapes tend to do best for oblong faces.
Frames that add length to the face are best for round faces, like angular, narrow frames that are wider than they are deep.
Frames that are wider at the bottom, like rimless or light-colored frames, provide a nice counter-balance for heart-shaped faces, as do low-triangle style, butterfly, and aviators.
Frames for diamond-shaped faces should highlight the eyes and cheekbones, so look for oval frames that are soft in style.
Schedule your visit with Dr. Gottlieb Optometry by phone or online today and let one of their friendly team members find a pair of frames perfect for you.