B&B Eyewear

Quality eyewear from our family to yours




What We Offer


Brenda and Gary Hauck have been serving the Denver and Aurora areas’ optical needs since B&B Eyewear opened in 2005.billionphotos-1060609

Together they have over 40 years of experience in the optical industry, and would like to cordially invite you to visit them in-person or call 303-745-5354 any time.






B&B Eyewear is a family-owned and operated optical store specializing in helping you and your family find the best glasses and frames to suit your individual tastes needs.Screenshot 2016-06-27 21.15.47

B&B has virtually every type of frame you could want and we can special-order tinted lenses of all kinds as well.




“We value you as a customer and want to build a lasting relationship with you!

Our objective is to make sure you get the right lenses at affordable prices. Our staff of professionals will make sure you are completely satisfied with your choice of frames,” Brenda Hauck.Screenshot 2016-06-27 21.16.53

Brenda and Gary decided to go into business at B&B Eyewear as a result of the heart-felt desire to support their son Joel upon his return from military service.
Brenda and Gary sincerely wish to bless customers through their business of fixing frames and filling prescriptions for eyeglasses.

“Drop off your prescription given to you by your doctor and we will contact you to let you know when your glasses are ready to pick up!”white woman with capt america cap and glasses


“We offer additional 10% discounts to Law Enforcement, Fireman, the Armed Forces Services, and DOD.

Also, Senior Discounts available.

At B&B Eyewear we pride ourselves in the ability to take each customer’s needs and concerns and turn them into a positive experience!”

  • Adults Using Vision Correction 75%
  • Adults Wearing Glasses 65%
  • Adults Wearing Contact Lenses 11%
  • Men Who Wear Glasses 42%
  • Nearsighted Americans 30%
  • Far-Sighted Adults 60%
B&B Eyewear Store front

Seeing Clearly

As people age, they are more likely to need vision correction for far-sightedness. About 25% of people who wear glasses to see distances will end up needing reading glasses or bifocals as they get older. About one-third of people who wear glasses have astigmatism in one or both eyes. Astigmatism is when the shape of the cornea or lens of the eye affects vision.

Certain types of visual disturbances affect some races more frequently. Asian-Americans, for example, are more likely to be near-sighted than Caucasians or African-Americans. African-Americans have the lowest incidence of near-sightedness, but are more prone to cataracts and some other eye diseases. Eye problems, including the need to wear glasses, also can run in families.

Many famous people wear glasses, and for some, specs are a fashion accessory. Some famous celebrities who wear glasses include Johnny Depp, Elton John, and Groucho Marx. Other celebrities wear glasses even though they do not need them for vision correction. Drew Carey, for example, had laser surgery to correct his vision, but still wears eyeglasses as an accessory. Masaharu Morimoto, from the popular cooking show Iron Chef, wears non-prescription glasses at times.

With three-quarters of the population in specs, it is fortunate that there is a huge variety of eyeglass styles, shapes, and colors on the market. Contact lenses and laser surgery are available for those who prefer not to wear eyeglasses, but still want to see clearly. *

Eye Care Information


Here Comes the Sun

It is very important to wear sunglasses, especially if you live in Denver, Colorado.

According to The Vision Council of America, Denver, Colorado is included in the list of the top 25 cities in the United States with the highest UV concentration in 2016. In 2015, data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National Weather Service showed that Denver had 121 days of extreme and very high risk for UV exposure.

At B&B Eyewear, we can assist you in purchasing prescription sunglasses or fit your frames for clip-ons. We also have a large selection of sunglasses in our show room to choose from.


See the Light

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, more than 150 million people in the U.S. wear some type of corrective eyewear to correct refractive errors. Different lifestyles, occupations and activities require different types of both eyewear and lenses.

Advances in technology have made lenses thinner than ever before while offering the highest level of vision correction possible. Whether you wear glasses for vision correction, for protection, or for fashion, there are lenses and frames to fit your lifestyle. *


Customer Satisfaction

B&B Eyewear, B&B Frame Fixer Aurora Colorado 80014

Frequently Asked Questions


What kind of clients do you work with?


B&B Eyewear works with anyone, any age, any income level.


What is your turn around time?


Most repairs can be done while you wait. Most eyeglass prescriptions can be filled within 7 to 10 business days.



Why is it called B&B Eyewear?



Brenda and her Dachshund puppies have names that all begin with a “B.”

They are Bruno, Buffy, Buttons, Banji and Bruticus.


B&B did an awesome job for a fair price. They also have a great selection of designer “close-out” frames that they buy from the manufacturers. The discounts are passed on to you.

Elias Jacobson

Quick work, done well, by good folks.

John Ross

Very professional. Fixed my sunglasses in a matter of minutes. I will return when I need any other assistance with glasses.

Christopher Bryant

This is a great family business that helped me get my sunglasses fixed. The repair was done very fast and made them feel like new. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable I would recommend B&B.

Corey Seaver

Don't Be Shy

Drop us a line anytime, and one of our customer service reps will respond to you as soon as possible