Our Professional staff of experienced licensed opticians will guide you through deciding in the best frame and lenses for you.
We use high quality lenses, our lab is on the premises and is equipped with the latest technology.
Types of lenses:
Progressive Advanced progressive lenses, featuring free form technology, are lenses that provide for long distance viewing through the top portion (driving, spectator sports, other), intermediate viewing through the middle area (computer screen, car dashboard), and up close viewing through the bottom (reading).
High Index These lenses are the thinnest and lightest weight available, best cosmetic appearance and ideal for stronger prescriptions.
Computer Ideal for office and desk work. With the demands that technology places on most of us today, one pair of eyeglasses doesn’t meet all of our needs. Ask our opticians to discuss lens options to suit your needs.
Transitions Conveniently adapt to changing light, reduce sunglare for better comfort and protect form harmful UV rays.
Anti-glare Coating Superior glare, scratch and smudge protection; optimal for driving and computer use; most complete UV protection
Polarized UVA/UVB protection, better safety by elimination dangerous glare, more comfortable vision outdoors
Lens Treatments for Sun Glare Protection
100% UV Protection
Protect yourself from the sun’s harmful rays with lenses that absorb UVA and UVB rays. Also available for untinted lenses.
Self-tinting lenses adapt quickly to changing light conditions, rapidly changing from clear indoors to sunglass-dark outdoors, all while providing 100% of solar UV protection.
Polarized lenses eliminate blinding glare from sun reflecting off wet surfaces, increasing clarity and improving color perception and comfort.
Lens Thickness Comparison
- Polycarbonate Lenses are up to 20% lighter and thinner than Basic Plastic Material.
- The Thinnest Material Lenses are up to 35% to 50% lighter and thinner.