|400 N Allen Dr, Suite 107 Allen, TX 75013
Eyeglass lenses are usually classified into one of three categories:
single vision, bifocals, or progressive addition lenses (no-line bifocals).
Single vision lenses have the same focal power throughout (top to
bottom) and can be used to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness,
astigmatism, or a combination of these disorders. Most people who
wear glasses before the age of 40 have single vision lenses.
Our Single vision lenses start at $27.50 per pair.
Bifocal lenses have two parts: the upper part normally used for
distance vision and the lower part used for near-vision tasks such as
reading. Many people after reaching age 40 develop presbyopia, which
is a deterioration in the ability of the eye to focus on close objects.
People with presbyopia need a bifocal lens to be able to focus on
distant objects and also near objects.
Our Bifocal lenses start at $80.50 per pair.
Progressive Addition (no-line bifocal) lenses increases in power from
top to bottom. Progressive lenses have no clear dividing lines as the
focus changes from distance to near vision. They give the wearer
multiple focal points from the top of the lens to the bottom, and every
point in between. They have become popular in recent years because
other people can't tell that you are wearing bifocal lenses.
Our Progressive Bifocals start at $89.00 per pair.
Scratch-resistant coatings (also known as "hard coat") are applied to
the front and back surfaces of lenses to protect against accidental
scratching and to improve durability. Although this greatly improves
the lenses resistance to scratching, no coating can make lenses
completely scratch proof.
Our scratch-resistant coatings start at $12.00 per pair.
(1 year warranty on lenses with scratch resistant coatings)
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lens materials from
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