Lenses to Fit Your Needs
We offer several lens solutions, including progressive lenses, anti-glare, or blue light coating to prevent digital eye strain.
Progressive lenses have multiple prescriptions in one pair of glasses.
They’re an upgrade from bifocals. While bifocals have a sharp transition between prescriptions, progressive lenses provide a gradual transition.
With progressive lenses, you can read, drive, or use the computer, all with the same pair of glasses.
Whether you’re indoors or outdoors, transition lenses respond to the levels of light around you. They have an intuitive tint that adjusts based on your surroundings.
These lenses can come in handy if you’re constantly losing your sunglasses!
An anti-glare coating prevents reflections on either side of your lenses. The coating is generally invisible, but it certainly makes your eyes more visible.
Blue Light-Blocking Lenses
The visible light emitted by device screens is harder for our eyes to focus than regular light. It can lead to eye strain, particularly as we spend more and more time in front of digital devices.
There are various problems associated with too much blue light, like decreased melatonin production that interferes with your sleep schedule, blurred vision, and dry, irritated eyes.
Blue light-blocking lenses can help filter out some of the light emitted by your devices and improve your comfort while using them.