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What Should I Choose?

Single Vision

Single vision lenses are designed for the majority of glasses wearers; those with either nearsighted or farsighted vision.

Most people who wear eyeglasses before the age of 40 require single vision lenses. Whether you will use your eyeglasses for near or far correction is up to you and your eye doctor and the manner in which the prescription was written.

Bifocal Lenses

With Visible Line

Bifocals have visible lines in the lenses separating the viewing areas for distance and reading. The upper part is used for distance vision and the lower part used for near vision -- such as close reading.

Lined bifocals are usually prescribed for people over the age of 40. Whether you will need this type of lens depends on how often you will use your eyewear for both distance and reading correction.

Although some people prefer the visible lines in their lenses, you may want to consider Progressives (No-Line Bifocal) lenses, which are considered more contemporary and aesthetically pleasing

Progressive Lenses

No-Line Bifocals

If you are over 40 and having difficulty with your vision, chances are you are experiencing presbyopia, the common gradual loss of near vision. But there is good news: you have more choices today than ever before. You don't have to carry a separate pair of glasses for reading or wear lined bifocal lenses like your parents did. Progressive lenses offer a smooth transition from distance vision through intermediate vision to near vision, and they supply all the in-between corrections as well. This means that instead of having just two different viewing zones (near and distant), like with bifocals, progressive lenses have progressive powers of correction (from bottom to top), easing eye strain and providing the most natural vision correction.


Thinner & Lighter

Hi Index 1.67 Lenses are 45% thinner than Standard Plastic lenses and include the following features:

  •  Give you a wider choice of frames due to the slim profile of the glass.
  •  Are lightweight, therefore more comfort for you.
  •  Are flatter, so your lenses will bulge less from the frame (and if you are farsighted, your eyes will appear less magnified and more natural in size.

Hi Index 1.67 Lenses include UVA and UVB protection, scratch-resistant coating, and polished edges at no additional cost.

Included Options


Glare-Free coatings (commonly called "AR") allow an amazing 99% of available light to transmit through your lenses! Our anti-reflective coating offers the best enduring clarity of vision with total protection against the five main enemies of clear sight:

  •  Glare: leads to eyestrain
  •  Scratches: cause discomfort
  •  Smudges: distract vision
  •  Dust: blurs vision
  •  Water: distorts vision


Blocks 100% of Harmful UVA/UVB Rays

Cumulative damage from prolonged exposure to sunlight causes 3.2 million people to go blind every year. That's why eyecare professionals always recommend protecting your eyes from UV rays any time you go outside. Our clear, protective lens coating blocks 100% of harmful UVA and UVB rays to help protect against:

  •  Cancer and premature aging of the skin around your eyes and eyelids
  •  Damage to your cornea, lens, and other parts of your eye that can cause vision problems
  •  Development of certain types of cataracts A little protection now will help you see long into the future.


SR coating is a spin-applied polymeric coating designed to provide maximum protection for fragile, etch-sensitive circuitry placed in direct contact