Not sure which design is right for you?
Here's a quick look.


Single Vision
All-purpose lens for either distance vision or near vision correction.

Provides distance correction and up-close (reading) correction in the same lens with a line where the up-close correction begins.

Delivers correction for distance, intermediate, and near vision with lines in the lenses.

Progressive Lenses
Offers correction for distance, intermediate, and near vision without lines, providing the appearance of a single vision lens.

Small Environment Lenses  (Computer or Office Lenses)
Progressive lenses that provide larger areas for intermediate and near vision to reduce distortion and the strain on neck and eyes.

Safety Eyewear and Lenses
These glasses offer protection in work and sports environments. Stop in and talk to one of our experienced Opticians to find out what would work best for you.

Photochromic Lenses
Lenses that darken and lighten depending on light exposure. Several options are available for density of tint and polarization.

UV Protection
This offers protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays either with a coating or substance built into the lens itself.

Anti-Reflective (AR) Coating
Reduces glare for both the person wearing the glasses and those looking at them. This helps reduce eye fatigue, glare from headlights at night, and glare from the front of a computer screen.

Blue Light Filters
Eliminates blue light emitted from computers, cell phones, and tablets. Blue light is known to disturb sleep patterns. These filters can be included in single vision, bifocals, trifocals, and progressive lenses.