• Single-Vision Lenses - Provides one power for great vision limited to one distance, whether it be for reading, computer, or driving distance.
• Flat-Top Bifocals - Lined segment lens provides two powers for good close-up work and distance vision. Offered in various widths to accommodate many close-up jobs.
• Specialty Flat-Top Bifocals - Occupational lens with lined lens segments at top and bottom providing two powers. Golf glasses with segment placed out of the way.
• Trifocals - Two lined lens segments provide three powers for clear vision close-up, far away and intermediate (computer) distances. Facilitates all types of work.
• Computer Progressive (no-line) Lenses - Clear, uninterrupted vision from reading distance up to four feet.
• Progressive (no-line) Multifocals - Lenses offer all the benefits of bifocals plus the cosmetic appearance of single-vision lenses, hence "no-line". Provide clear vision at close-up, at distance and at intermediate (computer) length.
• Plastic Lenses (CR-39) - Stronger than glass and half the weight. Can be tinted to almost any color and density.
• Polycarbonate - The most impact-resistant material. Shatterproof and lightweight. Thinner and lighter then plastic, it provides UV protection and has built in scratch resistance. Mandatory for everyone age 18 and under due to its safety property, but a great bang for the buck lens that is recommended for the majority of prescriptions.
• Trivex - Delivers crisp, clear vision, lightweight comfort, strength and protection in an attractively thin lens. Has all of the benefits of polycarbonate, but with better optical quality.
• High Index, Aspheric Lenses - The thinnest, lightest, and flattest lens available. Makes eyes look more natural—less magnified in plus powers.
• Glass - Durable, scratch-resistant material. Provides excellent optics, but is heavy and can shatter. Because of its propensity to shatter, it is no longer a recommended option in the United States.
• Tinting - Blocks transmittance of light waves, reducing glare and strain.
• UV-400 - Blocks UVA, UVB, UVC bands of ultraviolet light waves. Sources include fluorescent lighting as well as the sun. Exposure to UV can lead to cataracts. retinal disease, skin cancer of the eyelids, and growths on the eye and cornea.
• Scratch Coating - While not making lenses “scratch proof”, it will harden the surface making them less susceptible to scratching from every day wear. Our warranty will replace scratched lenses within one year at no charge with the purchase of this coating
• Anti-Reflective Coating - Improves image contrast in all lighting conditions by allowing more light to reach the eye. Anti-Reflective minimizes reflection while dramatically improving night vision/ night driving and easing fatigue from computer work or reading in harsh light. Image contrast improves up to 65%. Recommended for people with cataracts and those who want improved vision.
• Polarized Lenses - Light reflected from surfaces like a flat road or smooth water is generally horizontally polarized. This horizontally polarized light is blocked by the vertically oriented polarizers in the lenses. This results in a reduction in annoying and sometimes dangerous glare. Recommended for people that spend hours driving or outdoors.
• Transition - Photosensitive lenses tint (darken) automatically, adjusting to the intensity of UV light passing through the lenses. Tint darkens outdoors and lightens inside. Provides UV protection. Available in glass or plastic. Transition lenses are great for the outdoors, but do not darken while driving because most car windshields have built-in UV blocker.
• DriveWear - Photosensitive lenses provide glare protection through polarization and enhance and protect vision through lenses which respond to both visible and UV light. Lenses are unaffected by the windshield. Provides UV protection and are perfect lenses for people that spend hours driving or outside.