Have you been thinking about getting a new pair of eyeglasses? If so, you may want to take advantage of some of the new lens options that we offer. Your lenses cannot only make your glasses look more attractive, but they can also provide you with clearer vision. Today many people are getting progressive multifocal eyeglass lenses for the convenience and clear vision that they offer. If you would like to learn more about the different lenses that are available, be sure to speak to our optician about progressive lenses when you get designer eyeglasses in Fairview at our practice, Sunrise Optical.
At our optical practice, our expert and highly trained optometrist is Dr. David Iosebashvili. Many of our customers enjoy the fact that they can take advantage of one-stop shopping at our optical store. They are able to meet with our optometrist to have a comprehensive eye exam, and then take their new lens prescription and purchase new designer eyeglasses in Fairview, right under the same roof. With our great selection of designer frames, we also offer multifocal eyeglass lenses. The multifocal eyeglass lenses that we offer are progressive lenses, bifocals and trifocals. Bifocal lenses allow customers to have two different lens prescriptions in one set of designer eyeglasses in Fairview. Generally, patients will have reading glasses incorporated into their regular glasses. With trifocals there are three different distance prescriptions possible in one lens. In regular lenses of this type, there is a line in the lens that delineates between the different distances of the lens. Some customers do not like this because it is not particularly attractive, and does let others know that you are of the age when you need reading glasses.
A great solution to this lens problem is to get progressive lenses. Progressive lenses can have two or three different lenses incorporated into one single lens. However, with progressive lenses, there is no delineation between the two or three different lens prescriptions. This makes for a much more attractive lens as it simply appears to be one smooth continuous lens. A great advantage to the eyeglass wearer is that their eyes can smoothly move from one part of the lens to another, and simply use the area of the lens as needed. If you are reading, you will simply glance down. For far distances you will look slightly up and straight ahead. People generally adjust to these lenses almost immediately. If you are interested in getting designer eyeglasses in Fairview with progressive lenses, we hope you will come and visit us at Sunrise Optical.