Bifocal lenses classic lenses offering great value for money
A more traditional multifocal lenses option, which caters for a distance and reading prescription.
This is done by way of a visible segment being added to the lower part of the lens (the location of the segment in terms of inset and segment height will be measured and determined by your dispenser), in order for you to achieve clear distance vision through the top, and clear reading magnification through the bottom. Sometimes a bifocal will be prescribed that will cater for intermediate and reading prescriptions.
Your lenses will be identifiable as a bifocal as a result of the visible segment on the outside surface of the lens.
Prescription Sunglasses and Polarising Lenses, the very latest designs
Polarised sunglass lenses offer the ultimate option for glare reduction within prescription sunglass lenses. They are particularly useful for those with occupations or hobbies that, in sunny conditions, will encounter a significant amount of reflections and glare.
Polarised lenses are particularly popular for driving during bright daylight and fishing.
Occupational/Computer Lenses - Say goodbye to tired workplace eyes
Occupational lenses are another form of multifocal, designed to integrate intermediate vision as well as reading. Particularly useful for those who work in office environments or with equipment that requires them to have flexibility between intermediate and reading distances, an occupational lens is somewhat similar to a varifocal, just without an area for distance vision.
There is no discernible way of ascertaining that an occupational lens is worn because, similarly to a varifocal, there is no additional segment on the outside surface. Antireflective lenses with unique 2-year scratch guarantee.
Our antireflective lenses provide our patients with an option which improves the optical quality of the lens, delivering superior vision and a more polished cosmetic finish. These lenses are especially useful for anyone that spends a lot of time doing computer work, or for driving (especially at night).
The option is a popular one as it nullifies light that hits the lens, meaning that the reflections you sometimes see bounce off people's spectacle lenses do not appear if the lens has an antireflective coating. This means that your spectacle lenses will be clearer not just to look through, but also to look at.