Eyeglass wearers have many lens options available to them that will enhance their comfort and provide added vision benefits. The listing below details some of the most popular options and explains how they can help you experience the best results from your new eyeglasses. Talk to your eye care professional today to find out more! Drop into 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore for all your eye care needs. We have a frame for every face and a price for any budget.
High-Index Lenses: High Index lenses are especially useful to those with strong prescriptions, creating eyeglasses that are comfortable to wear without the awkward look of thick lenses.
Plastic Photosensitive Lenses: Plastic Photosensitive lenses are light-sensitive and darken when they are exposed to ultraviolet rays.
Polarized Lenses: Polarized lenses are used in sunglasses and provide wearers with a filter to eliminate the glare experienced from reflective surfaces, such as water or the road’s surface.
Polycarbonate Lenses: Polycarbonate lenses are comprised of a lightweight impact- resistant material and are used where eye safety is a concern.
Scratch-Resistant Coating: Although no eyeglasses are completely scratch proof, Scratch-Resistant Coating does provide lenses with a harder surface that resists scratches. Anti-Reflective Coating: Anti-Reflective Coating reflects light off the lens surface, providing wearers with a reduction in glare and eye fatigue. Anti-Reflective coating is especially helpful when driving after dark and working on a computer.
Ultraviolet Coating: Ultraviolet Coating provides sun protection for the wearer’s eyes, blocking harmful ultraviolet light.
Progressive Lenses: Progressive lenses provide continuous progression of lens powers between multifocal lenses, resulting in many lens powers to facilitate all viewing distances.
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