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Single Vision Lenses

Available in all materials, used to correct distance, reading, or computer vision.

 

BiFocal Lenses
Bifocal lenses

A segment line divides this lens to correct a combination of any two of the following: distance (driving), intermediate (computer/dashboard), near (reading)

 

TriFocal Lenses
Trifocal lenses at Raymond Opticians

A segment line divides this lens into three sections.  Your distance correction covers the majority of the lens.  There is also a lined section for intermediate and reading.

 

Progressive Lenses
Progressive lenses at Raymond Opticians

Progressive lenses are the newest in lens technology. Think of them as tri-focals with no distracting segment lines. This lens gradually changes, top to bottom, from your distance to reading prescription including everything in between.

Progressive lenses can be confusing because there are so many to choose from. They vary in price and, more importantly, quality. Come in and ask which progressive lens is best for you!

Varilux progressive lenses Kodak Digital Lenses

Transitions Lenses

Transitions lenses are the ideal choice for your everyday lenses. They are clear indoors and go to sunglass-dark outdoors. They provide convenient protection from UV radiation and glare, helping you to achieve healthy sight. Transitions lenses are the #1-recommended photochromic lenses in the world. To learn more, go to www.transitions.com

Transitions Lenses  

DriveWear Lenses

Drivewear lenses are lenses that fit the way you drive and live. A unique combination of NuPolar® polarization and Transitions photochromic technology. With DriveWear, your lenses will actually darken behind the windshield. Whether you are driving in overcast conditions, bright conditions, or simply outside in sunlight, DriveWear will adjust to light and block glare. To learn more, go to www.drivewearlens.com

Drivewear lenses

Polarized Sunglasses

Excessive exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UV) can cause many short and long term problems with your eyes. This is why a good pair of sunglasses is very important all year round.

Polarized lenses are the best sunglasses lenses you can treat your eyes to. Not only do they protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, they reduce blinding sun glare in dangerous driving conditions, allow you to see through glare on snow and water and add a unmatched comfort in your vision

Glare Free Lenses

Reflective glare can take away up to 14% of available light. Glare free lenses eliminate this glare allowing you to have clearer and more comfortable vision. Glare free lenses are very beneficial in helping with bad night driving conditions. Glare from oncoming headlights are virtually eliminated by glare free lenses allowing you to drive comfortably and safe. Glare free lenses also help to reduce eye fatigue when using the computer. Glare free lenses also have a cosmetic appeal. They eliminate annoying reflections and become virtually invisible making it easier to communicate with others.


Zeiss anti reflective lenses Crizal no-glare lenses  

 

Other Lens Options

UV Protection
All Standard tint colors
Mirror Tint
Scratch Guard

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