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These lenses correct a single visual acuity problem.
These lenses correct vision for individuals who are nearsighted (myopia). Typically, nearsighted individuals wear their glasses all of the time, even while performing up-close work.
These lenses are used to correct hyperopia (farsightedness). These lenses can blur distance vision, so farsighted individuals usually only wear their reading glasses when reading a book, doing computer work, looking at a menu or dialing a number on the phone.
These lenses correct multiple visual acuity problems in a single lens.
Bifocal lenses correct farsightedness in a lower panel and nearsightedness in an upper panel, separated by a visible line.
In addition to reading and distance, trifocals feature an intermediary zone for middle-range vision.
Progressive lenses have two or more strengths, but feature no visible line.
These modern lenses offer cutting-edge features, such as digitally surfaced lenses, lenses designed to prevent computer strain with blue light protection, Invisibles UV, and Transitions lenses which are designed to enhance vision and protect eyesight from the sun, ensuring comfort and clear vision in any level of light.