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Ophthalmic Lenses

What are my options for lenses?

There are many eyeglass lens options available.  Lenses should be customized based on your visual needs and prescription.  Our experienced opticians will ask you a variety of lifestyle questions to determine what is going to help you see your best.

Here are some of the most common eyeglass lens types:

  • Transition lenses – These lenses are made of dynamic materials that automatically adjust to the level of surrounding light. They can take the place of prescription sunglasses and they block out 100% of UV rays.
  • UV coated lenses – UV coating can be applied to regular eyeglasses unless the lens is made with polycarbonate. UV coated lenses look like any other lens – the coating is transparent.
  • Tinted sunglass lenses – If you are getting prescription sunglasses, you might want to get tinted eyeglasses instead. These look like sunglasses and protect the health of your eyes by keeping out UV rays, but technically they aren’t true sunglasses.
  • Scratch-resistant coating – A transparent coating that helps protect glass lenses from those annoying scratches. Scratch-resistant coating is especially useful for children’s eyeglasses.
  • Plastic lenses – Plastic lenses make the entire eyeglasses weigh significantly less than glass lens eyeglasses. If you are a person who dislikes feeling the weight of eyeglasses on your nose, this lightweight alternative might be right for you.
  • Thinner lenses – The special polycarbonate lenses greatly reduce the thickness of the lenses so that the eyeglass profile is more attractive. Thinner lenses come in thin, extra-thin and thinnest available.
  • Anti-glare lenses – Anti-glare lenses are dipped in a special material to make them less reflective than regular eyeglass lenses. This coating also improves the function of the eyeglasses because less light is lost and the wearer enjoys very clear vision.
  • Progressive Lenses – These lenses allow patients to see at every distance when they have a different visual need at distance versus at near.
  • Computer Progressive Lenses – These lenses optimizes the two ranges of computer (intermediate) and reading (near).

Need a prescription?

We do that too! Vision Source Fisher Eye Associates offers comprehensive eye exams at our Oviedo office. In addition to assessing your visual acuity, your eye care provider will examine your eye health and function.

Schedule a comprehensive eye exam at Vision Source Fisher Eye Associates now