Lenses

Lens Materials

LENS MATERIALS AND OPTIONS

PLASTIC LENSES
  • Good general purpose lenses
  • Excellent tintability factor
  • Better UV light protection than glass lenses
  • Covers the widest range prescriptions

POLYCARBONATE LENSES
  • Most durable lens, impact-resistant*
  • Thinner and lighter than plastic
  • Highly scratch-resistant
  • Provides 99% UV protection
  • *No lens is shatterproof or unbreakable

HIGH INDEX LENSES
  • Super thin and lightweight with better clarity than polycarbonate
  • Slimmer more attractive profile
  • Great for strong prescriptions

POLARIZED LENSES
  • Reduce glare that impairs your vision
  • Reduce squinting and eyestrain
  • Fight eye fatigue and headaches


TRANSITIONS SIGNATURE ADAPTIVE LENSES
Transitions

  • Continuously adapts to changing light conditions
  • Works with almost any prescription and frame
  • Blocks 100% of UV rays

PRESCRIPTION LENS TYPES

SINGLE VISION LENSES
  • Prescription corrects one vision problem either distance or near vision

MULTIFOCAL LENSES
  • Multifocal lenses have more than one correction problem
  • Bifocal lenses have two different corrections, up close and far away
  • Trifocal lenses add a correction for intermediate distances

PROGRESSIVE LENSES (no line bifocals)
  • Best lens for complete vision correction at all distances
  • Single vision look, more appealing that multifocal lenses with focal lines

TECHVUE LENSES
  • Uses digital technology, expanding your field of vision at all distances
  • Easier and more natural transition between near, mild and far distances
  • Creating less distortion, especially in higher lens power
  • Better vision, especially while moving and using peripheral vision

LENS ENHANCEMENTS

ANTI-REFLECTIVE COATING
  • Reduce reflections, glares, and halos
  • Lenses appear clearer, improving the look of your glasses

EZCLEAR TM PREMIUM ANTI-REFLECTIVE COATING
  • Advanced anti-reflective treatment
  • Resists water, dirt and dust
  • Lenses stay cleaner longer
  • Helps reduce glare during night driving and eye fatigue when using a computer