Lenses
 
We have Multi coated lenses for you. We have, for example, High-index plastics are also available if you need a strong prescription, these lenses are lighter and thinner than the old-school super-thick ones you may have had in the past. We offer you many other impact-resistant lenses types which are strong not to be damaged easily.
 
 
 
 
 
Lens Type
 
  • Single Vision
  • Bifocal
  • Progressive
  • Blue Cut
  • High Index
 
 
 
Lens Color
 
  • White
  • Photochromic Grey
  • Photochromic Brown
 
 
 
Lens Coating
 
  • Uncoated
  • Hard Coat
  • Hard Multi Coat
  • AR Coat
  • Super Hard Multi Coat
 
 
 
 
 
Progressive Lenses
 
Progressive lenses have three prescriptions in one pair of glasses. That allows 0you to do close-up work (like reading a book), middle-distance work (like checking out a website on a computer), or distance viewing (like driving) without needing to change your glasses. They're sometimes called multifocal lenses.
Progressive lenses are an update on bifocal and trifocal lenses. Both of these more traditional types of glasses have telltale lines in the lenses. Progressives have a seamless look. Sometimes they're called "no-line bifocals," but that's not quite right. It would be more accurate to call progressive lenses "no-line trifocals."
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Blue Cut Lenses
 
In spite of having almost all the comforts that we are obtaining by living in such a modern and effortless time where everything is easily attainable by a simple click from your mouse; we spend hours on the digital devices such as computers, watching TV, or using smartphones and Tablets. We positively tend to get the harmful effects of the Blue light emitted highly from these devices.The blue light actually enters to the retina of the eye. Studies have shown that higher amount of such exposure to blue light could become the reason of damaging light-sensitive cells present in our eyes. This is the reason that most people are highly involved in eye-related issues such as macular degeneration, which can result eventually in permanent vision loss.
The latest Blue-cut prescription eyeglasses assist in almost diminishing the Blue rays from the digital devices, offering great relaxation to the eyes.
 
 
 
 
 
Photochromic Lenses
 
This type of lens changes from colorless to dark, depending on the amount of ultraviolet exposure. The lenses are clear, but in sunlight a tint appears, eliminating the need for prescription sunglasses. Photochromic lenses are available in plastic and glass and for nearly every type of refractive error.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
High Index and Aspheric Lenses
 
High-index and aspheric lenses are recommended by opticians for very strong prescriptions that often require very thick lenses. High-index plastics make it possible for strong prescription lenses to be thinner and lighter. The materials used in high-index lenses are dense, using less lens material to achieve the same degree of vision correction. High-index plastic can be used to correct nearsightedness, An aspheric lens, unlike a spherical lens, which has constant continuous curvature, has varying degrees of curvature over its surface. This design makes the lens flatter and appear thinner. An aspheric lens's optical properties provide the wearer with a larger, more usable portion of the lens and a clearer view throughout the lens than a conventional spherical design. They are ideal for strong prescriptions to correct farsightedness and in those patients who had cataract removal without replacing the eye's lens with an intraocular lens implant.
 
 
 
 
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