Whether you’re looking to update your look with some fresh frames or just need a replacement pair, our selection of eyewear will make sure that no matter the occasion we’ve got what’s right for everyone. With over 3K different frame styles across our locations, you can always find something great.
With so many frames and lens possibilities, looking for a great pair of glasses can feel overwhelming, but not at Cascade Eye & Skin Centers. We are focused on helping you find eyewear that brings out your best, while keeping the process simple and fun.
Every frame we offer comes with a full 2-year warranty against manufacturer defects. They are not warranted against loss or abuse. Warranted frames are not subject to exchange fees.
Stop in, at your convenience, with the repair in question, and we will be happy to advise you of your solution options.
We proudly offer a satisfaction warranty on all of your initial purchases, within 30 days of when you pick them up. Our opticians are highly trained in helping you select the right lens and frame combination, but we understand that sometimes a re-style is needed. Re-styling during this period is not subject to additional fees beyond product upgrades.
Minor repairs such as screw and nose pad replacements, and all frame adjustments, are complimentary, regardless of where the glasses were purchased. We can also evaluate your eyewear in need of repair and give our honest expert advice.
Computer users who wear Progressive Add Lenses or bifocals often complain of eyestrain and/or neck and shoulder pain due to the “chin-up” posture required to view their monitor. Computer lenses are advanced-design PAL’s, which let you comfortably view your monitor in a proper ergonomic posture while providing good vision across the room and at closer reading distances as well.
Progressive Add Lenses
Often referred to as “no-line bifocals,” progressive add lenses provide a gradual, invisible change in lens power from top to bottom, and many people find them easier to adjust to than bifocals. Newer advanced designs incorporate high-definition, digitally surfaced lens technology, which widens the usable reading area and enhances overall visual comfort.
Bifocal and Trifocal
Bifocals split the lens into two prescriptions: the bottom half for near vision and the top half for distance. Trifocals add a middle range to help intermediate vision. With the advent of “no-line” progressive lenses, bifocals and trifocals are not recommended as often but are still a good alternative for some people.
Coatings & Treatments
Non-glare treatment reduces annoying reflections and makes the eyes of the wearer more visible. This treatment is recommended for virtually every prescription and lens type. Because scratches in lower quality non-glare treatments can become more noticeable over time, we offer outstanding products that are highly scratch-resistant and resistant to skin oils as well, making them easier to clean.
Blue Light Lens Filter Treatment
Blue light lens filters are designed to provide relief from the uncomfortable side effects associated with staring at screens. The lenses can block or at least filter out certain light waves from the sun as well as devices and are also said to protect the retina from damage, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Unlike many optical stores, our opticians always make sure the coating is re-applied before you receive your lenses.
Overexposure to UV light has been linked to several eye problems, including cataracts and retinal damage. Although Pacific Northwesterners receive less UV exposure (due to more rain), UV lens protection is recommended for all outdoor enthusiasts. The coating is quick to apply to most lenses and won’t change their appearance.
Transition lenses, also known as photochromic lenses, darken upon exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. These lenses are ideal for those whose eyes are sensitive to light. An additional advantage of transition lenses is that they provide the protective benefits of sunglasses without constantly switching between two frames, making them more cost-effective and convenient.
Thin & Light
Made with flatter curves than conventional lenses, aspheric lenses deliver a thinner overall profile. Especially useful for farsightedness by reducing weight and thickness, these lenses are also useful in reducing optical aberrations. Most aspheric lenses are also high-index.
Extremely light and strong, Trivex lenses have all but replaced polycarbonate lenses due to their superior scratch resistance and optical quality. Nearly ten times more impact resistant than conventional plastic lenses, they are the perfect choice for kids and safety glasses.
Glass and plastic lenses designed to correct high nearsightedness or farsightedness have traditionally been thick and heavy, often giving the wearer a “glass bottle” appearance. But high index materials require less material to correct the same amount of refractive error. The result? Highly impact-resistant lenses that are thinner, lighter, and more visually appealing.
All of our anti-reflective coated lenses come with a full 2-year warranty against defects and scratches at no extra charge.