Types Of Lenses

Single Vision Lenses: are for correction for one field of vision. Either for distance, intermediate (computer), or near vision (reading).

Bifocals: A bifocal lens is created with two different areas of vision correction, which are divided by a distinct line that sits horizontally across the lens. The top portion of the lens is used for distance, while the bottom portion of the lens is used for closer vision.

Trifocals are eyeglasses with lenses that have three regions which correct for distance, intermediate (arm’s length), and near vision. Trifocals are mostly used by people with advanced presbyopia who have been prescribed 2 diopters or more of reading addition.

Progressive lenses Instead of having just two or three lens powers like bifocals or trifocals, progressive lenses are true “multifocal” lenses that provide a seamless progression of many lens powers for all viewing distances. With progressive lenses, you can look up to see clearly across the room and in the distance.

HD Lenses are the ideal solution for people who are only near-sighted of far-sighted with or without astigmatism. HE Lenses are available in progressive lenses too! The ideal solution for people who want to have a continuous combination of close-up and distance vision – all in one lens.

With free-form lenses (also called digital high-definition lenses), the fabrication of the lenses from wearer’s eyeglass prescription is optimized with computer-controlled surfacing equipment that is much more precise than conventional tools.

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