We at Sunrise Optical are pleased to offer a wide selection for you to choose from. We have an impressive array of designer frames and various types of contact lenses, but we also have eyeglass lenses to suit your every need. When you come in for an eye exam with our Ridgefield eye doctor, Dr. David Iosebashvili, you will not have to settle for a one type fits all mindset. With choices that include high index, polycarbonate, and progressives, you can feel confident that your eyeglasses will not only help you to see better but will also satisfy your individuality and your sense of style.
High index frames are very handy when the prescription you need is strong and you want your lenses placed inside a thinner set of eyeglass frames. Typically, stronger prescriptions mean thicker lenses, but high index frames are thinner and lighter and yet they provide the same high level of vision correction that you would get from standard thicker lenses. Our Ridgefield eye doctor wants you to have the lenses you require and the more streamlined look you desire. High index frames meet that standard.
For those who find that their eyeglasses become scratched or broken too easily, such as when your job or your leisure activities are more physically intense, polycarbonate lenses are an ideal solution. Looking just like any other lenses, but possessing a heartier durability, the impact resistance offered by polycarbonates are extremely helpful in handling your active lifestyle. They can also be advisable for your children if you are concerned about them damaging their lenses as part of their everyday routine. Our Ridgefield eye doctor recommends them to give you greater peace of mind.
If you have two vision concerns to correct, you are probably familiar with bifocals. Progressive lenses, which are also called no line bifocals, give you all the benefits of traditional bifocals, but unlike them they eliminate the visible line between the upper and lower part of the lens. This means you will have lenses that not only look better, but also do not advertise the fact that you are wearing bifocals. In addition, they offer a greater range of vision than do standard bifocals. They could more correctly be described as being multifocal, because they help you to see better not just up close and far away, but in the intermediate range that is neglected by regular lined bifocals. These are just a few of the flexible options offered by our Ridgefield eye doctor.