|Different types of lenses|
Your frames make you look good, but your lenses allow you to see well. At Visual Eyes we believe that your frame and lenses choice are equally important.
|Single Vision Lenses||This all-purpose lens is available in all materials and provides vision correction for one viewing area. The corrected area can be for far distance or near distance.|
|Multifocal Lenses||This type of lens is generally recommended when you require correction for both distance and near viewing areas in one single pair of glasses. Multifocal lenses are available as no-line progressives, bifocals, and trifocals.|
|No-Line Progressives||These lenses are designed to allow you to see at distance (driving a vehicle), intermediate (looking at the dashboard), and near (reading a map) with no lines or sections. This provides more natural vision as compared to traditional lined. The absence of bifocal lines makes this lens the most desirable cosmetically. You will enjoy continuous vision from near and far with this lens design.|
|Different types of coatings|
Various coatings are available to improve the performance and appearances of lenses. Our trained optician will assist you in selecting the best lens treatment solution for you and your lifestyle.
|Anti-Reflective (AR) Coatings||This is a special lens treatment that reduces distracting reflections and helps to minimize glare. The results are: more transmitted light and as a result better quality of vision, improved night vision, and reduced eye fatigue. Great for working on a computer and driving at night, these lenses also offer a cosmetically appealing "invisible lens look" that makes the lens "disappear" and shows your eyes more clearly.|
|Scratch Resistance Coating||This product is built right into the lenses and is designed to resist scratches. It helps with the wear and tear of every day eyewear use.|
|Polarized Lenses||This is the best option for eliminating glare. Hunters, boaters, fishermen, golfers, and drivers are just a few who can benefit from polarized lens' glare blocking properties. Any surface can create glare in sunlight. Polarized lenses are available in different colors, materials, and designs.|