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Wichita Location

Jury Eye Care's Wichita office is located on the northwest corner of Douglas and Washington in Oldtown. In addition to providing annual eye exams and eye disease screenings, we also offer a wide variety of designer frames, sunglasses and protective eye wear. Stop by our Wichita location and take a look around. We'd be glad to have you.

Derby Location

Jury Eye Care's Derby office is located near the intersection of 63rd St/Patriot and Rock Road in Derby Kansas. In addition to providing personalized eye care and treatment, we also offer a large selection of designer frames, prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, sport goggles and protective eye wear. Stop by our Derby location and take a look around. We'd be glad to have you.

Eyewear

We stock a large selection of eyeglasses, sunglasses (prescription and non-prescription), designer frames, protective eyewear and sport goggles. Our designer frames include lines from Ralph Lauren, Kensie, Christian Dior, Oliver Peoples and more. Stop by a location near you to view our frames or to place a no-cost special order.

20% Off Glasses and Contact Lenses

20% off

In celebration of another successful year, we want to help you optimize your flex spending accounts. Come in today and get 20% off your next pair of glasses or contact lenses. Contact a location near you for details about this special promotion.

 

Convenient Locations

Wichita
(316) 247-6515
926 E Douglas Ave., Wichita, KS
Jury Eye Wichita
Derby
(316) 247-6515
2701 N Rock Road, Ste 200, Derby, KS
Jury Eye Derby
Liberal
(620) 624-1679
2381 N. Kansas, Liberal , KS
Jury Eye Liberal

 

Our blog dedicated to complete eye care and ocular health

Why do my bifocal glasses not work?
The foundational issue for bifocal, trifocal, and multifocal failure is that the static lens systems are replacing a previously dynamic system. Accommodation is a  dynamic process allowing the eye to auto focus for any given distance within three feet. The eye ultimately looses that ability at the approximate age of 45 resulting in a static, nonchanging power compromising vision at computer and reading distances. Glasses lenses are static systems without the ability to change at any given distance thus a prescription that works for 40 cm will not be clear at 2 meters. The key to making the multifocal lens work properly is to format the needed optical powers into a functional lens system consistent with the individual demands of each patient’s working environment. This can b…

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What is Keratoconus and what are my options for better vision?
Keratoconus is a degenerative eye condition affecting the cornea which is the front surface of the eye responsible for focusing or converging the light and images through the eye. Keratoconus occurs when the cornea losses structural rigidity due to thining, resulting in areas of bulging. The bulging is the result of the naturallyoccurring pressure of the eye pushing the weak area of the cornea forward with the subsequent affect of distorting the cornea and causing vision loss. The cause is unknown but possibly related to genetics and/or environmental factors. Statistically 1 in 500 people are affected by this condition. Many people are undiagnosed and simply live with vision loss not realizing there are options to restore vision. Restoration of Vision After …

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