We are committed to providing the best eye care to you & your family
We are currently open on a reduced schedule if you need to come in. Also we are offering free shipping of contacts and glasses. Please call the store to learn more.
Our mission is to provide eye care to families in the Denver area while also helping those who are socioeconomically challenged by providing free eye care and eye wear to those in need at our office location, in group community outreach, and by traveling to underdeveloped countries on medical missions.
We make it a policy to ensure that all staff members are up-to-date on the latest technology and techniques to make your visit to our optometry office as comfortable and effective as possible.
Even if you aren’t experiencing vision or eye problems, it is important to schedule a routine eye exam once a year. Through our expertise and cutting edge technology, our optometrists can detect and treat diseases even before you notice symptoms. Proactive eye care is the way to maintain healthy eyes and vision for life. Don’t delay! Make an appointment at Active Eyes today and take care of your precious eyesight.
We provide state-of-the-art comprehensive eye exams to evaluate your eye health. We examine the eye from front (ocular surface) to back (retina). We offer digital retinal imaging to allow us better views of the retina with less need to dilate the pupils.
Dry eye is a chronic disease of the ocular surface that can be managed. We offer many dry eye treatments including "in-office meibomian gland treatment, topical, oral treatments and punctal plugs.
We offer all types of Contact lens fitting including soft, multi-focal, RGP, scleral, hybrid and CRT for myopia management.
Myopia (near-nearsightedness) can cause increased risk of retina detachment and other retinal disorders. Myopia Management is a process used to slow the progression of myopia. See CRT Treatment
Our team of doctors teat a wide variety of eye disease including glaucoma and dry eye. We also monitor other eye diseases such as cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, which depending on the type and severity will sometimes be co-managed with retina specialists and cataract surgeons.