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Progressive Addition Lenses (PAL) are a type of multifocal lens used to correct distance, intermediate (computer usage), and near (reading usage) within the same lens. The distance prescription is located at the top and gradually changes to your reading prescription as you move farther down the lens. The power of the lens “progressively” changes from far to intermediate to near without an obvious line in traditional bifocals.
The doctors and staff will explain the different designs of PAL’s so you will have the best product for your lifestyle and vision demands.
high index plastic
High index plastic lenses refract or “bend” light more effectively than standard lenses. This creates a thinner, lighter lens that is especially helpful for higher/stronger lens prescriptions. This product is also UV blocking and scratch resistant!
Antireflective (AR) coating is a type of optical coating applied to the surface of the lens to reduce reflections off the surface. AR coating can improve your vision in two ways: 1. less light is reflected off the surface of the lens and 2. more light passes through the lens for brighter images to see. This is especially helpful in dim lighting and at nighttime. Less lens surface reflection also creates a “clearer” view by reducing the glare of light off the back surface of the lens.
Polarized lenses reduce the glare of sunlight reflecting off horizontal surfaces like water, snow, or the road and are also UV protective. These tinted lenses are designed with a filtering system that selectively reduces the horizontal light reflected off surfaces in front of you making them an excellent lens for daylight driving and anyone that enjoys the great outdoors!
Polycarbonate lenses are thinner and lighter than standard lenses. They also block UV light and are impact and scratch-resistant. Perfect for children, sports enthusiasts, and are excellent safety glasses.
Sometimes called “transitions”, are light adjusting lenses that block UV light and darken when exposed to sunlight making them an excellent choice for those that prefer to avoid a prescription pair of sunglasses. Photochromics come in several colors also to coordinate with your individual style! Worth noting is that photochromic lenses do NOT darken
in a car due to UV blocking of automobile glass.
High energy blue light comes from many sources including the sun, but also LED back lit computer screens, handheld devices and tablets. Research has indicated excessive
exposure to high-energy blue light may increase the risk of MACULAR DEGENERATION, one of the leading causes of vision loss. High-energy blue light can also disrupt our circadian rhythm, leading to sleeplessness at night. Blue blocker lenses help combat the potential harmful effects of blue light exposure.
A contact lens is a thin plastic lens placed directly on an eye to correct vision. The proper fitting of contact lenses will help ensure your best vision and comfort. Your contact lens prescription power is often different than your eye glass lens power.
We offer a variety of contact lens options to suit your needs. Whether you need a single vision or multi-focal lens, have astigmatism, or want to change the color of your eyes- we have you covered! We also carry daily, monthly, and hard lenses in a variety of brands.