The transition is the lens of choice for those who desire a changing tint that will lighten or darken according to the amount of UV exposure. The lens darkens in the sunlight and lightens when indoors or dimly lit places.
The sun is the primary source of ultraviolet rays. We can also expose to fluorescent lighting and computer terminals. Ultraviolet protection applied to the lens absorbs the harmful ultraviolet light, which may also help in preventing cataracts.
You can now apply a protective layer on your lenses that reduce scratching by at least 80% more than conventional plastic lenses
Often our eyes feel strained and tired because of glare and ghost images from streetlights, headlights, fluorescent lights, and computer monitors. The anti-reflective coating reduces glare and increases contrast, which also enhances visual acuity.
Polarized lenses are the lens of choice for your sunglasses. The polarization protects your eyes from the glare caused by the sun on any surface such as water, sand, snow, and automobiles. Polarized lenses are good for any outdoor activities like fishing, skiing, and boating.
This lens is used either for distance or near vision correction. It is available in all materials.
Bifocals provide both distance and near correction in one lens. They come in two sizes: FT-28 and FT-35.
Trifocal is a bifocal lens plus an intermediate correction portion that allows clear vision for computer distance.
Progressive lenses allow uninterrupted vision at all distances – distance, intermediate, and near. The lens gradually transitions from a distance to near. It is available in all materials.
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