Single Vision Lenses have one focal point and can be worn full time or for specific tasks, such as distance viewing or reading.
Bifocal Lenses have two focal points separated by a line on the lens. The top of the lens is usually for distance or computer work and the bottom for reading.
Progressive Lenses have multiple focal points for different uses, but with no visible lines.
Scratch-Resistant Coating is a hard layer applied to the front and back surfaces of the lens.
UV Treatment, for both untinted lenses and sunglasses, protects from the damaging effects of UV light rays.
Anti-Reflective Coating allows more light to pass through and eliminates reflections, making them clearer for the wearer and more attractive. Helpful for computer use and driving at night.
Polycarbonate Lenses are more impact resistant, lighter and thinner than standard plastic, making them a necessary choice for children, for use in sports, and for added safety.
Hi Index Lenses are much thinner and lighter than standard plastic. Good for patients with high prescriptions.
Polarized Lenses reduce glare for sunglasses. Good for outdoor activities.
Photochromatic Lenses, activated by UV light, are clear indoors but darken outside. They also protect against UV rays.