Selecting the right eyeglass lens depends largely on its function. From single vision lenses to progressive polycarbonate lenses, we are happy to help you find what best suits your needs. Regardless of your situation, Dr. Michelle Harrison can help determine what types of lenses will work best for you in terms of comfort, function and design.
Wearers of prescription glasses and sunglasses commonly encounter annoying glare and reflections caused by light bouncing off their lenses. This glare makes it more difficult to see, especially at night. Anti-reflective lenses reduce these reflections allowing more light to pass through to your eyes.
All lens surfaces naturally reflect light and this reflection can prevent between seven to 14 percent of the light needed for optimal vision. Wearing non-AR lenses is like trying to read a book in a dimly lit room. Since AR lenses allow more light to reach your eyes by reducing reflections, it’s like turning up the lights in a room, making it easier to see.
Transition lenses are designed to adapt to changes in light. Transitions will allow the lenses to darken as they are exposed to UV rays, both indoors and outdoors. Transitions are available in three different options.
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The new Eyezen lens is designed for single vision wearers to reduce digital eye strain and filter against harmful blue lights. This lens is perfect for those who spend time on phones, tablets, and computers.
Lenses and frames are a very necessary and personal choice. Our staff has the experience to guide you toward eyewear selections that are comfortable and that work to complement your face. For help, schedule an appointment with Dr. Michelle Harrison.