Distance or Near
Single Vision Lenses
You need single vision lenses if you're either nearsighted or farsighted but not both. Single vision lenses can also correct for astigmatism if needed.An easy way to determine if you need single vision lenses is to look at the ADD column of your prescription. If there are not any numbers in the ADD column of your prescription, then you need single vision lenses and you're in the right place.
Distance, near and Intermediate
Progressive lenses correct your vision for near, intermediate and distance. Progressive glasses are sometimes prescribed to help correct an astigmatism if needed. Please be aware that it takes about a week for you to adjust to them if you haven't worn them before.The benefit, however, is not having to shuffle your glasses on and off when switching viewing distances. If you spend a lot of time in front of a computer screen or where fine detail work is required, then a second pair of glasses with single vision lenses may be great for you, as well.
Premium Progressive Lenses offer a wider field of vision, and can help progressive wearers adapt to them much faster.
Sunglasses or Fashion glasses
Scratched your favorite pair of fashion glasses, blue light glasses or sunglasses? We've got you covered with a lens replacement. Available in clear, tinted or polarized, we can replace your lenses with ease.
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Bifocals, also known as multifocal lenses, provide correction for both near and distance vision, as well as astigmatism if needed. These lenses help you see better both close-up and far away when your eyes can no longer change focus due to age or presbyopia. Bifocal lenses may be a better fit for you if you need two lens powers and do a lot of reading or computer work because they have a wider lens area than progressive lenses.
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Trifocal lenses provide correction for near, intermediate and distance vision. Trifocals are sometimes prescribed to help correct an astigmatism, if needed.Trifocal glasses are most often used for jobs and tasks that require three focal distances, such as piloting an airplane.