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Welcome to the Optical Gallery

We are here to help you achieve your best vision! Our goal is to provide excellent value and outstanding service.

The Family Eye Care Center & Optical Gallery is staffed with Massachusetts licensed Opticians who are here to assist you in choosing the best frames and lenses for your individual needs. They can help you select frames that work well for your face shape and help you select the best lenses for your prescription. The Family Eye Care Center & Optical Gallery offers superior quality eyewear and lenses for people of all ages. The Optical Gallery has an impressive collection spanning from fashionable to distinguished designer frames including Dolabany, Tory Burch, Kate Spade, Oakley, Ray-Ban and so many more.

You are welcome to try on as many frames as you wish. Masks are optional as of November 1st, 2022. We do not sell off the board. When you purchase your eyewear at the Family Eye Care Center, your frame is shipped to our lab directly from the manufacturer so it’s never been tried on.

Excellent Reasons to Purchase Your Eyewear at the

Family Eye Care Center & Optical Gallery

Service and Convenience

Your Doctor and your Optician being in the same location allows for important communication to be exchanged in order to make your glasses individualized for you.

Expert Staff

FECC & OG employs Licensed Massachusetts Opticians, this means they are professionally-trained and have passed state testing. Many optical shops employ “stylists” who have not gone through formal opticianry training. FECC & OG has been approved by the State of Massachusetts to “apprentice” Opticians assuring that all our Opticians are highly-trained.


FECC & OG has invested in the Zeiss Visufit machine. This state-of-the-art, TOUCHLESS technology produces precise and custom digital eyeglass measurements of your eyes. This quick and convenient process eliminates “human error” while also allowing a person to visualize themselves in their chosen frame.


The eyewear frames that FECC & OG offer are carefully vetted for the materials they are made from, the workmanship, and design, thus ensuring the highest quality eyewear. The lenses offered by FECC & OG are also of the highest quality. Lens choice is of paramount importance to achieving your best vision.


FECC & OG displays the best eyewear frames, we also use the best lenses. Yet, we are conscientious about the cost to you. Our 25+ years of working with reputable companies has led to relationships that are financially favorable and therefore we, can extend our better prices to our patients.

Frame Selection

At FECC & OG, we display over 1200 eyewear frames from all over the world. Along with many USA designers, we have eyewear from other countries such as Spain, Denmark, and Austria.  In addition, we have access to thousands of additional frames. Do you need a different style? size? color? We will check for you.

Lens Options

FECC & OG carries only premium lenses. The quality of your lenses is paramount to achieve your best vision. Protective and glare-free coatings are also available.


FECC & OG guarantees your eyewear frames and lenses from manufacturer’s defects for 1 year.


Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne Baharozian and children are proud to live in Westford and support Westford schools and programs.

Inside Our Optical Shop
Collage of Logos of the Brands We Carry

Eyeglass Lens Options

Single Vision

Single vision lenses are designed for one focal distance. Near, intermediate or distance with the same correction over the entire lens.


Progressive lenses allow you to see near, intermediate and distance without any lines. This provides a smooth transition from distance to near and allows for clear vision at all distances.

Bifocal Lenses

Single vision lenses are designed for one focal distance. Near, intermediate or distance with the same correction over the entire lens.

Trifocal Lenses

Trifocal lenses allow you to see near, intermediate and distance with 2 lines dividing the three segments.

Computer Lenses

Computer lenses are progressive lenses that allow you to see intermediate and near. They have a wider intermediate area for more comfortable vision at a computer.

Eyeglass Lens Material Options


Polycarbonate lenses are impact resistant, 25% lighter in weight, 20% thinner than plastic, block out 100% UV rays and have a scratch resistant coating. Polycarbonate lenses are 10% thinner than Trivex lenses.


Trivex lenses are impact resistant, ultra-light weight, block out 100% UV rays and allow for sharper, clearer vision.

Hi-Index Plastic

Hi-Index plastic lenses have a scratch resistant coating, block out 100% UV rays, can reflect up to 50% more light and are attractive for patients with stronger prescriptions because they are thinner and lighter in weight. These qualities make these lenses more comfortable than standard lenses.

Additional Lens Options


  • Reduces glare
  • Resists scratches
  • Repels water and dust
  • Resists smudges
  • UV protection


  • Clear lenses indoors that get darker outdoors
  • Blocks 100% of UVA and UVB rays
  • Suitable for all prescriptions and frames
  • Suitable for all ages
  • Colors: Gray, Brown and Graphite Green


  • Reduces glare
  • Improves visual clarity
  • Improves visual comfort
  • Reduces eye strain


Precise measurement.

Nine mutually calibrated cameras capture a 180° view of the patient’s face in one shot. Measurement data is processed using 45 million points.

  • 3D centration: 180° view with just one shot. No need for a clip-frame.
  • Convergence control: Laser speckle avoids convergences, even at short distance.
  • Precise data: Excellent measurement of back-vertex distance, pupillary distance and pantoscopic tilt for bespoke lenses.
  • Body posture assistant: Helps to correct unnatural posture.
  • Thick temples overlay: Detects the position of the cornea and measures the back-vertex distance.
Man With Glasses Looking Into the ZEISS Visufit 1000


The Optical Gallery at the Family Eye Care Center is largest retailer of Maui Jim sunglasses in the area!

Sunglasses can help your eyes in two important ways. Sunglasses help filter light so that you may see more clearly. Also, they protect against the damaging rays of the sun. Quality sunglasses reduce glare and filter out 99-100% of ultraviolet (UV) rays. Sunglasses should be comfortable and protect your eyes without distortion.

When to Wear Sunglasses

Sunglasses should be worn by everyone year-round, anytime you are outdoors, particularly under these circumstances:

What to wear for UV protection

Choose a lens color based on your preference and comfort level. Grey does not affect color perception; brown lenses are a good choice for those with Macular Degeneration, since they filter out UV and blue light rays for maximum retinal protection.

Look for sunglasses that filter out at least some blue light, which can damage the retina and lead to Macular Degeneration (vision loss from degeneration in parts of the eye). Also ask about polarization, a type of filtering that helps reduce glare. Additional things to consider are:

What if I wear contact lenses?

Most contact lenses available today do not protect your eyes from UV light. If you do not have contact lenses that absorb UV light, you need to protect your eyes with sunglasses.

Dangers of Excessive UV Exposure

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

AMD is a major cause of vision loss in the U.S. for people age 55 and older. Exposure to UV and intense violet/blue visible radiation contributes to degenerative processes in the retina. Over 13 million Americans are affected by this disease.

Skin Cancer

Excessive UV exposure is well known to cause cancer of the skin. Eyelid skin is one of the most common areas of the body to develop skin cancer.


In conjunction with advancing age, excessive exposure to sunlight can cause cataracts.


Photokeratitis is essentially a reversible sunburn of the cornea resulting from excessive UV-B exposure. It occurs when someone spends hours on the beach or snow without eye protection. It can be extremely painful for 1-2 days and can result in temporary loss of vision. There is some indication that long-term exposure to UV-B can result in corneal and conjunctival degenerative changes.


Pterygium is a grown of tissue on the white of the eye that may extend onto the clear cornea where it can block vision. It is seen most commonly in people who work outdoors in the sun and wind and its prevalence is related to the amount of UV exposure. It can be removed surgically, but often reoccurs. If it is left untreated, it can cause visual loss.

Who is at risk?

Everyone is at risk. No one is immune to sunlight-related eye disorders. Every person in every ethnic group is susceptible to ocular damage from UV radiation that can lead to impaired vision. However, fair-skinned, light-haired people are at greatest risk.

Are children at risk?

Children are not immune to the risk of ocular damage from UV radiation. More UV is transmitted to the retina of a child than to the retina of an adult.Children typically spend more time outdoors in the sunlight than adults. Solar radiation damage to the eye may be cumulative and may increase the risk of developing an ocular disorder later in life. It is prudent to protect the eyes of children against UV radiation by having them wear a wide-brimmed hat or cap and sunglasses. Sunglasses for children, as with all glasses, should have lenses made of poly-carbonate because of their superior impact resistance.

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