Wide range of options
With so many choices available in lens materials and design it can be quite confusing to consumers as to what their prescription lens needs may be. We are here to help.
Free form lenses are the latest design breakthrough in progressive lens technology. These customized lenses deliver unsurpassed optical performance as compared to progressive lenses of just a few years ago. Enhanced optics and larger reading areas are the most notable improvement in these totally personalized lenses
We can fill from the simplest to the most complex prescriptions, and many single vision prescriptions can be fabricated the same day in our on-site finishing laboratory.
Today there are also many task or occupation specific specialty lenses available. One pair of glasses to cover all our working distances just might not be effective or comfortable. If you are struggling with eyestrain one of these specialty lenses may be right for you.
Specialty high density lens materials in combination with a quality anti-reflection product are used to reduce thickness in higher plus and minus corrections.
Many single vision prescriptions can be fabricated the same day. We can duplicate lenses for most non-prescription sunglasses as well.
Glare free lenses
Anti-reflective coating (also called "AR coating" or "anti-glare coating") improves vision, reduces eye strain and makes your eyeglasses look more attractive. These benefits are due to the ability of AR coating to virtually eliminate reflections from the front and back surfaces of your eyeglass lenses.
Lenses that change color
Photochromic lenses are eyeglass lenses that are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken automatically when exposed to sunlight. Other terms sometimes used for photochromic lenses include "light-adaptive lenses", Transitions and "variable tint lenses."
Ultra thin materials.
Thinner, lighter high-index lenses are especially recommended if you have a strong eyeglass prescription for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. Most eyeglass wearers are nearsighted, which requires corrective lenses that are thin in the center but thicker at the edge of the lens.