Why No-Glare Lenses?
No-Glare Lenses are an Essential Part of Your Prescribed Vision Solution
No-Glare lenses mean safer, more comfortable nighttime driving by reducing glare from headlights, taillights and street lights. They also fight reflections from overhead lights.
No-Glare lenses are so clean, clear, and glare-free, they're virtually invisible to those around you. People see you and your eyes instead of your glasses.
No-Glare lenses mean fewer headaches and less eye fatigue caused by reflections from computer screens.
Which Type of Lens is Best?
Advantages of Progressives over Bifocals and Trifocals
Progressives provide a more natural correction for near vision than bifocals or trifocals. They are considered "multifocals" because they provide many focal points in order to satisfy almost any visual need.
With progressives you can see clearly across the room or down the street while driving. You can also look at your computer or someone sitting across the table through the intermediate section. As you look down, you can read fine print comfortably through the bottom of the lens.
Why Polarized Lenses?
There is NO Substitution for Polarized Lenses
From the moment of reflection, light becomes polarized and forms visual noise--blinding glare that interferes with the real image. The only way to eliminate this glare is to place a polarized lens in its path.
By blocking blinding glare polarized lenses greatly enhance visual acuity, color, contrast, and comfort. No other lens or treatment can perform this function.
There is no other circumstance where glare is more damaging than while driving a car. Besides the traditional sources of glare, drivers must endure glare formed by the dashboard on the windshield. Multiple research data shows that glare can greatly reduce driver's visual acuity. Polarized lenses solve this problem.