Bifocal vs. Progressive Lenses
Both of our multifocal lenses give a different experience, so which one is right for you? Most people find progressive lenses easy to adjust to since the shift between prescriptions is gradual. Alternately, strictly bifocal lenses have a distinct line separating different strengths that may be distracting to those who have certain vision or eye muscle issues. If you have been diagnosed with presbyopia, progressive lenses offer a younger appearance by using corrective lenses that do not have the obvious line across the bottom of the lenses. You can also expect a high-definition viewing capacity and extended peripheral vision.
Choosing the Best Prescription Glasses
While you are browsing our catalogue of prescription eyeglasses, think about the following to help you select the right kind of lenses and options for you: Do you need to combine two prescriptions in one? We have traditional bifocal lenses and our digitally personalized progressive lenses for seamless viewing. Staring at a computer screen all day? Make sure to check out our digital screen protection lenses. Constantly changing up your scenery from indoors to outdoors? Our Transitions® Premium Adaptive Lenses are sure to keep you seeing life in the best light.Constantly changing up your scenery from indoors to outdoors? Our Transitions® Premium Adaptive Lenses are sure to keep you seeing life in the best light. If you have a more active lifestyle, make sure to check out our different lens coatings to keep your eyes covered in any environment.