Eyeglasses Gallery

Designer Eye Glasses

  • Finding the perfect pair of eye glasses may seem like it is a long and tedious process. But when you come to Trinity Eye Care we make it a fun, enjoyable, and easy. Our friendly staff can help you find a frame style and lens that will fit perfectly into your lifestyle. Glasses are back en vogue, and our frames will make you a trendsetter in Plano. The optical gallery at Trinity Eye Care has one simple goal in mind: Working with you to find a frame style that will compliment your personal style.

Selection & Quality

  • Eyewear has come a long way from the past. Today, the color, the material, and the design are light years away from what we had before. Visit our gallery where eyewear is no longer a hindrance to your beauty.

  • We carry a large selection of styles and brands for you to choose from. We also carry designer eye glasses brands including Daniel Swarovski crystal eyewear, Silhouette eyewear, Kazou Kawasaki, Kenneth Cole, Michael Kors, TC Charton eyewear. Wiley X, Nike Eye and Gucci. In addition to our variety in style, we also carry multiple types of lenses to fit your needs.

Polycarbonate Lenses

  • These are the lenses that most people choose. They are impact resistant and are a great choice for many lifestyles. They are not easily scratched or broken and even help protect from harmful UV rays. A newer plastic lens called Trivex is similar to polycarbonate, but is more lightweight and thin. Both of these are great options when it comes to eye glass lenses.

Photochromic Lenses

  • These can be made from both glass or plastic and are a great choice for individuals who are inside and outside many times a day. Photochromic lenses change from clear to tinted when you step out into the sun, offering protection from UV rays that can harm your vision.

High Index Plastic Lenses

  • These lenses are best for strong prescriptions but are thinner and lighter than the typical “coke bottle” lenses.

Polarized Glasses

  • You can protect your eyes from harmful UV rays while still looking and feeling good in your sunglasses. Polarized glasses reduce glare and are very useful during active activities and when driving.