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VARILUX® (Progressive lenses):
As our eyes age, reading fine print on menus and books can become increasingly difficult. If you need bifocals, progressive lenses can be an appealing alternative to help you see clearly. Progressive lenses, or no-line bifocals, provide a gradual change in prescription, allow you to see at multiple distances with ease. If you’re looking to get rid of that tell-tale bifocal line, ask today about progressive lenses.

CRIZAL® (Anti-reflective lenses):
Are you getting the most out of your eyeglasses? With anti-reflective lenses, you can see better and look better! New anti-reflective technologies reduce lens glare and provide the clearest vision during everyday activities, like night driving and computer use. Anti-reflective lenses can also enhance your appearance, by eliminating lens reflections for a more natural look. Plus, today’s anti-reflective lenses also resist smudges, scratches and fingerprints – making it easy to keep your lenses clean. Ask about anti-reflective lenses today!

TRANSITIONS® (Photochromic lenses):
Every day, whether it’s sunny or cloudy, we are exposed to the sun’s harmful UV rays. For those with an on the go lifestyle, Transition® lenses are a great option to protect your eyes from UV rays. Today’s lens technology allows Transition® lenses to change from clear when indoors to dark when outdoors in only a matter of seconds, providing both convenience and UV protection.

Sun glare can be a big problem, especially while driving. Today’s polarized lenses eliminate glare, improving contrast and visibility while reducing squinting and eye strain. Polarized lenses are also great for snow or water sports providing maximum UV protection and enhancing contrast. Ask today if polarized lenses are right for you.

AIR WEAR® (Polycarbonate lenses):
Active lifestyles often require special gear – including eyewear. For sports enthusiasts, polycarbonate lenses are a smart choice to protect your eyes. Polycarbonate lenses are impact-resistant providing much-needed eye safety and are also thinner and lightweight, making them comfortable to wear. For parents, polycarbonate lenses are also a great choice for children.

THIN AND LITE® (Hi-index lenses):

Do you have a powerful prescription? Today’s technologies offer customized solutions to find the right lens for your needs. Instead of being weighed down by thick lenses, ask about hi-index lenses. These thin and lightweight lenses allow for a slim profile with clear and crisp vision.

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