PRESCRIPTION LENSES

From HD lenses or progressives, polarized sun lenses or photochromatic—the right prescription lens
can have a huge impact on how well your eyeglasses and sunglasses work for you.
Make the best choice by considering the way you see, the things you do, and how you live.

SINGLE VISION Single vision lenses are one power from edge to edge. Prescribed for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, they’re the most common type of prescription lens.
BIFOCALS & TRIFOCALS Bifocal and trifocal lenses provide two or three focal points in one lens that help you see close-up and faraway. A distinct line in the lens indicates where the prescription changes.
PROGRESSIVES Progressive lenses provide near, intermediate, and distance vision. Also known as no-line bifocals, their progressive transition between distance powers provides more natural vision.

**Only plus power prescription lenses are 45% thinner than a standard progressive lens.
†One-hour service is available in most locations. Some prescriptions and lenses may require additional time.
††No lenses are unbreakable or shatterproof.
^Authentic Ray-Ban® lenses require the use of Ray-Ban® frames.
^^Authentic Oakley® lenses require the use of Oakley frames.
^^^^Additional options may be available for this lens, including night driving glare reduction, impact resistance, adaptability to changing light conditions, and more. Check with your local LensCrafters for more information.

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**Only plus power prescription lenses are 45% thinner than a standard progressive lens.
†One-hour service is available in most locations. Some prescriptions and lenses may require additional time.
††No lenses are unbreakable or shatterproof.
^Authentic Ray-Ban® lenses require the use of Ray-Ban® frames.
^^Authentic Oakley® lenses require the use of Oakley® frames.
^^^Authentic Maui Jim® lenses require the use of Maui Jim® frames.
^^^^Additional options may be available for this lens, including night driving glare reduction, impact resistance, adaptability to changing light conditions, and more. Check with your local LensCrafters for more information.