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Unique Eyewear In West Des Moines, Iowa

Seeking a trendy, local, family-owned optometrist that takes pride in treating patients like family? You have arrived at the right place!

Locally owned and operated by a brother and sister optometry team, we carry a wide array of independent eyewear brands, specializing in exclusive eyeglasses styles and frames that complement that very essence of you.

Visit StylEyes today! We look forward to meeting you at our shop in West Des Moines, Iowa.
Pair of designer sunglasses


StylEyes is a full-service optical center with the knowledge, skills, and expertise needed to help our patients in West Des Moines look and feel their best. We understand how much first impressions matter. After all, your face is the first thing people see when they look at you.

Experience superior craftsmanship, flexibility, comfort, and durability, combined with ultra-contemporary design.

We’ll help you put your best face forward!

Protect your eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays and look awesome while doing so.

Check out our newest collection of unique designs in a wide range of colors and styles.


Did you know that not all eye exams are the same?

Most retinal disorders do not show any symptoms for some time. That’s why we offer an Eye Wellness Screening that utilizes innovative technologies, the Optomap and OCT, to get an in-depth view of the retina.

These technologies enable us to identify underlying sight-robbing eye diseases early on, resulting in early diagnosis and treatment, and a better outcome for the patient.

Moreover, our West Des Moines optometrists offer specialty lens fittings, myopia control, and diagnose eye diseases using special digital ocular photography, static perimetry, corneal mapping, and automated refraction. This provides more precise solutions for all your vision needs — and with faster results!

Take your eye exam to a whole new level with StylEyes!

Piece of common eye care technology (phoropter)

The difference between good and extraordinary athletes often comes down to vision skills — all of which can be perfected with sports vision training.

Let us help your child diminish the risk of developing ocular disease and vision loss with our effective myopia management program.


We pride ourselves on taking the time to get to know our patients by listening to your needs and concerns in order to offer you the best solutions possible.

We first begin with an eye wellness screening. This allows us to understand the finer points of your general health and ultimately — your eye health.

Our dedicated eye doctors offer patients from all over West Des Moines, Iowa comprehensive eye exams, sports vision training, myopia control, scleral lenses, eye disease diagnosis and effective, lasting treatment so that you can live your best life!

Your Face Is a Work of Art. It Deserves a Great Frame.

lady wearing sun hat in West Des Moines
I've been getting my eye care and glasses at Styleyes for at least 10 years. Both Doctors are not only well trained but personable to and unassuming. They have the latest on diagnostic equipment and methods. On the aesthetic side, they keep a wide selection of frames that you won't see anywhere else. They offer lenses that are truly easier to see through and clean! WOW, glasses are not all created equally! Thanks to the Doctors and staff for great care!
- robert w.

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