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Eye Glasses

Get the eye glasses that best suit your lifestyle and all your eye wear needs.

Bifocal Lenses

These are types of glasses that have two distinct viewing areas or prescriptions in each lens. A simple tilt of the head allows the user to see objects from whatever angle they are trying to see, based on how close or far away the object is. A line in each lens separates the two viewing areas, which indeed can be distracting to the viewer. Progressive lens are a new and improved version of bifocal eye glasses. These lenses incorporate two, three or more fields of vision without noticeable lens lines. These kinds of eye glasses are also called "no line" bifocals or trifocals.

High Index and Aspheric Lenses

Do you have stronger prescription glasses and are you worried about your eye glasses being noticeably and unappealingly thick? High Index and Aspheric lenses would be right for you! As a result of the high refraction index, these kinds of eye glasses are ideal for those with stronger prescription mainly because they bend light rays in order to provide clearer vision. These glasses are thinner, lighter, and visually more appealing.

Photochromic Lenses

These lenses have the ability to change from clear to dark in response to the intensity of UV radiation. This technology is available in lenses that adjust to outdoor and indoor lighting by automatically providing the right amount of tint for your eyes. The lenses will change very little, if any, in your car due to the UV tint on your car’s windows.

Anti-reflective Coating

Anti-reflective coating (also called AR coating or anti-glare coating) improves both your vision through your lenses and the appearance of your eyeglasses. Both benefits are due to AR coating's ability to eliminate reflections of light from the front and back surface of eyeglass lenses.AR coating is especially beneficial when used on high-index lenses, which reflect more light than regular plastic lenses.

Prescription Reading Glasses

Having difficulty reading? Are you in need of prescription eye glasses? You may experience difficulty reading up close or far distances. It may because of the small prints, or heaviness you experience in reading any kind of print. There are prescription eye glasses that would best suit your prescription needs. It is best to have an eye exam to best assess whatever discomforts you may be experiencing.

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