A Wide Range of Lenses and Frames Available
If you use a computer often and find yourself squinting or experiencing eye strain, then the answer to your problems might lie in computer eyewear. These glasses are built for superior performance in the computer reading zone, and they help people who have to work with computers every day.
Having trouble sleeping at night? Your sleep troubles may be due to blue light from screens and LEDs. Sleep researchers have found that blue light interferes with sleep patterns because it suppresses melatonin. Some patients choose blue light glasses that block or filter blue light during their computer usage to combat this.
Annoyed by blinding reflections in your lenses while driving or enjoying day-to-day activities? We provide anti-glare glasses that are specially treated to eliminate glare and increase light. This is an important safety benefit for driving at night, as anti-glare lenses reduce annoying reflections and halos around lights.
Progressive lenses, also known as no-line bifocals, are a new innovative approach that replaces bifocal and trifocal lenses. These lenses help you see at all distances, all with one lens. Unlike bifocals or trifocals, which use multiple lenses, you can enjoy clear vision with just one.
Prevent eye injuries by wearing protective eyewear during dangerous activities. Specialized eyewear is available for eye protection and visual enhancement. We encourage you to wear eye protection during recreational, industrial, and occupational situations. Our staff can help you select the protective eyewear most appropriate for your job or activity.
Scratch-resistant lenses are specially treated on the front and back with a clear, hard coating. This coating can minimize the damage to your lenses if you accidentally drop them or clean them with the wrong type of material. You can preserve the life of your glasses with scratch-resistant lenses.
Sunglasses are vital for protecting your eyes from harsh UV light. Most polarized sunglasses already have built-in UV-blocking features, but it is essential to check the lens labeling to determine if they offer full protection.
If you have a powerful prescription, you might be dreading wearing thick lenses. High-index lenses are the thinnest, flattest, and most cosmetically appealing lenses ever developed, and they work great for strong prescriptions! You can avoid the bug-eye or Coke-bottle look often caused by thicker lenses.