You’ve found your these-are-so-me frames. Now it's time to personalize your eyeglasses with single vision or progressive lenses custom made for your vision needs. Let’s keep things simple with an easy-read guide on the language of lenses so you can easily figure out what's best for you.
We all have unique vision correction needs with varying degrees of near or farsightedness, and astigmatism. Today’s lenses are built around your prescription and the way you live to give you a personalized view through
your eyeglasses. Here's the rundown:
Single Vision lenses are one power from edge to edge.
These eyeglass lenses are typically prescribed to correct for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. They're the most common type of prescription lens.
Progressives give you two or three focal points in one lens to help you see near and far without switching your glasses.
In the world of progressive lenses, you’ve got two choices:
Bifocal Lenses give you close-up lens power for reading, texting, close detail work; while also providing distance vision. But these aren't your mother's bifocals—today you can chose from traditional lenses with a line,
or lineless which transition from close to far without any telltale line.
Trifocal Lenses give you three focal points in one lens to help you see close-up, mid-range (typically for computer or seeing your car dashboard), and far-away. The lens powers start with close vision at the bottom, mid-vision through the middle, and distance through the top of the lens. Most people find with a little practice, they’re an easy adjustment.
Now that you've narrowed down your lens type, check out lens enhancements that'll give you a little extra vision protection, and improved lens performance. Think of them as your lens' BFFs.
Premium AR is designed to reduce reflections to cut night driving glare and help your eyes shine brighter behind your glasses.
Polarization helps minimize glare from the sun for better clarity with UV protection when you’re outside.
Photochromic change from clear to dark when you go inside to outside. Like chameleons, they adapt to their surrounding brightness.
Get to know your lenses to get the just-right combination for your specific vision needs. With a few informed decisions, you’ll know you’re getting the right lenses for your eyesight and your life.
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