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Lens Technology
Before purchasing your eyewear our staff will discuss with you the advantages of advanced lens treatments. Think of your glasses as a basic tool. With the selection of proper materials and the addition of proper coatings they perform well beyond simple vision correction, and actually enhance your day-to-day performance, appearance, and stamina.
Design Materials Coatings Optional Enhancements


Single-Vision: All purpose or designed for specific visual needs.

Multifocal: For use when both distance and near is needed. This includes Flat-top bifocals, Trifocals, and Progressive or No-Line.

Flat-top Bifocal: Provides two focus areas for vision at two different distances. Has a line separating the areas of focus.

Trifocals: Provides three focus areas for vision at three different distances. Two lines separate the areas.

Progressive or No-Line: A multifocal with many focal areas to give you a smooth transition from near to far with no lines separating the areas.

Occupational: Lenses designed for special needs. May be like any of the above or with other features, such as a bifocal segment at the top of your glasses, computer lenses, safety or special distances.


Plastic (CR-39): these lenses are tintable.

Polycarbonate: The most impact resistant lens, available in street wear thickness and safety or athletic thickness. Provides UV protection and scratch resistant coating. Recommended for all children’s lenses.

High Index 1.57, 1.60, 1.66, 1.67: Thinnest lens materials available. Provides UV protection and comfort.

Photochromic/Transitions®: Blocks 100% of the suns harmful UVA and UVB rays. Darkens with exposure to UV light automatically and then returns to clear when you go inside. Available in gray or brown.


Will enhance vision and cosmetic appearance of your lenses.

Tinting: Blocks specific light waves to reduce strain. Will enhance vision and/or for visual appearance.

UV-400: Blocks UVA, UVB, and UVC. It reduces the risk of premature cataracts, macular degeneration, and age lines around your eyes.

Scratch Resistant Coating: Not “scratch proof,” but lenses are less susceptible to scratches from everyday wear. Ask about our exclusive two year warranty for details.

Anti-Reflective (AR) Coating: Increases light transmission to 97%, enabling wearers to see their surroundings in sharper contrast and greater detail. Dramatically reduces reflections and glare for better vision and comfort - day and night. It improves cosmetic appeal too: no reflections to obscure the eyes – lenses virtually disappear; making lenses appear thinner.

Smudge Resistant:

Water Resistant:

Dust Repellant:

Optional Enhancements

Polarized lenses: Selectively blocks reflected sun glare, while maintaining true natural colors. Provides superior vision for fishing, skiing, and daylight driving.

Roll and Polish: Helps blend the edge of the lens into the frame reducing the edge thickness of the lenses.