Eye Health & Wellness at MyEyeDr in Chicagoland #MyEyeDrChi #eyecareANDeyewear #ad

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With everyone being so busy nowadays, health and wellness can sometimes take a backseat to everyday tasks. I know for my family it is hard to squeeze in doctor appointment and dental exams for the five of us that honestly my own appointments come last. Eye health especially is not something I think about but it is something I need to make a priority, and I’m sure I’m not alone on this.

MyEyeDr. has been a leader in eye care and fashionable eyewear for 15 years now and they are bringing their optometry offices to the Chicagoland area.


Who is MyEyeDr.?

This trusted network of local eye care professionals offer premium yet affordable eye care services and feature designer eyewear in over 300 communities, east of the Mississippi. MyEyeDr. partners with community-based optometry practices so that families and individuals can enjoy all the benefits of eye care right in their neighborhoods, while also providing access to an expanded selection of eyewear and services, ensuring everyone gets the frames they want and lenses they need.


Here is a great chart from MyEyeDr. that helps with what style frame works best with your face:


Whether you are looking for a luxury brand, trendsetting style, glasses for kids, stylish sunglasses or budget-friendly everyday values, MyEyeDr. has you covered. They offer personalized services and products for all ages. In addition to their wide selection of glasses, contact lenses and sunglasses, MyEyeDr. performs vision health assessments through eye exams and state-of-the-are retinal imaging to help diagnose potential eye problems.


Here are just some of the styles I found:

The Chicago-based Spex Optical brand locations are also being transitioned into MyEyeDr. stores across Chicago featuring enhanced layouts, new products and a broader selection of eyewear. My EyeDr. currently has 23 Chicagoland locations from city neighborhoods like Lincoln Park and Roscoe Village to suburbans towns like Elmhurst, Naperville and Evanston.


And yes MyEyeDr. does welcome all vision insurance plans and major health insurance to maximize affordability and accessibility.

Don’t Miss the Eat & Shop: Eye Health Inside and Out!

Join me at the grand opening of the new MyEyeDr. location in Hinsdale (104 S. Washington St., Hinsdale, IL 60521) on October 4th where you can meet with local eye care professionals to find the perfect eyewear solution for your lifestyle, and engage with image consultants and product specialists to help you find that perfect look.

Event is slated for 9:30 AM to 11 AM.

The event will have a dietician on site that will focus on health and wellness. She will give an informative presentation on eye health and foods that can help promote eye health. etc. Attendees can even enjoy their own yogurt parfait breakfast, learn more about MyEyeDr. and the first 50 people will receive a gift bag. There will also be a chance to win a $300 gift certificate.

Check out Myeyedr.com for more information and to find a location near you!

Speak Your Mind



  1. Theresa harris says:

    I am desperate for new no line bifocals women’s heart face eye glasses. With stigmatize in one. I look for color full frames that are hard plastic and hold up long time. My dog chewed my left lense and I’m getting by on reading with right but can’t drive cause of bifocals. I feel horrible, helpless and not sure what to do. I have no vision care. I was getting close to needing new ones but this is misery no one understands till it’s them. Hubby doesn’t get full paycheck due to hurricane that never came. , but says we’ll get them. I usually go to 20/20 eyeglass world where exam and frames and lenses come to $239!!! It’s worth it but no warranty or ins. If break. Most places make you wait 7- 10 days. I’m so sad

  2. The right frame for your face chart is very interesting. I’ve always thought angular frames look the best on me, maybe because of my round face!

  3. Sounds like a wonderful program that would benefit those in the Chicago area. Maybe the idea will catch on in other places.