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Lens design

The lens design depends on the type of correction you need – and your daily activities.
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Single Vision Lenses

For just one prescription, distributing focus evenly over the entire surface of the lens.

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Progressive lenses

For people who have a variety of correction areas (near and far), these lenses provide clear, relaxed vision at all distances.

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Indoor Lenses

For people whose visual need is predominantly based around near vision, for example reading and working on a computer.

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Special Lenses

For specific activities or needs, e.g. children's lenses, sports lenses, computer lenses etc.

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Lens coating

Coating adds specific features to the lenses, making them anti-reflective, scratch-resistant, coloured or contrast-enhancing.

The chosen features enable the lenses to better suit your needs and lifestyle.

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Lens material

Even lens material is a matter of choice since different materials will affect strength, weight and aesthetical appearance. The higher the refractive index of the material, the thinner and lighter the lens.

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