Welcome to Great Eyecare in Lee’s Summit & Lenexa
When it comes to eye care and eyewear in Kansas City, you have more than a few options. Why do so many people choose CustomEyes? We believe it boils down to comfort, care, and convenience.
At CustomEyes, patients never feel like just a name or the next appointment. Everything about the experience is tailored to you and your eyes. Our expert optometrists and experienced staff get to know you and understand your unique needs. The finest technology, a complete selection of eyeglasses and contact lenses, and convenient locations don’t mean much unless you, the patient, get the care you need and the attention you deserve.
With offices located in Lee’s Summit and Lenexa, CustomEyes is able to service the greater Kansas City Area including Johnson County, Kansas (Leawood, Overland Park and Shawnee Mission) and Jackson County Missouri (Blue Springs, Independence, Raytown). So, whether you need an eye doctor in Kansas City, Lenexa or Lee’s Summit – CustomEyes has you covered.
Our Lee Summit location will be moving this spring to a bigger office down the road, 3660 NE Ralph Powell Rd. Stay tuned for exact date!
What Our Patients Say
Our Optical Department
Dr. Scott Drake Answers Your Questions About Contact Lenses
Q: What is the difference between an eye exam geared towards wearers of glasses and an eye exam geared towards wearers of contact lens?
A: A comprehensive wellness exam, which potentially includes a prescription for glasses, entails examining the health of the entire eye. This may include dilating the eyes. It also includes evaluating the behavior in which the eyes focus and work in concert together. An exam for contact lens wearers or new wearers of contacts includes all of the above, plus an evaluation of the way the contact lens centers and moves on the eye and how it affects or has potential to … Read More
What’s New at CustomEyes?
EyeZen Lenses for Digital Viewing
Americans are using digital devices more and more every day. 90% of Americans use digital devices more than two hours a day. According to the American Optometric Association, 83% of children 10 to 17 years old use electronic devices for 3 or more hours a day.
Continued use of these devices can lead to eye strain, dry eyes, blurred vision and overall fatigue.
CustomEyes has adopted a new lens technology aimed at reducing eye strain associated with the use of electronic devices. The lenses, called Eyezen, help you see comfortably regardless of the device size and the distances you hold them. In addition, most screens emit harmful blue light. Eyezen lenses reduce exposure to blue light.
This new technology is available for all ages, children to adults. Ask your CustomEyes optician to discuss the advantages of Eyezen technology.
Our practices have tried to give back to our community through charity events, donations and volunteering. KCFEC allows me to expand upon these efforts by providing eye care to individuals who do not have the ability or means to obtain care in a more traditional office environment. I feel blessed to be part of the Kansas City community and providing eye care at KCFEC is the least I can do to show my appreciation.