Whatever your requirements, we keep up to date with the latest technology lenses on the market and will find a solution for you. We will take the time to find the right type and design of lens for each person. There are many different types of lenses, including:
Single Vision lenses are prescribed for reading or distance correction.
These Lenses Are Ideal To Allow You To See Clearly Up Close, At Intermediate And Long Distances, Eliminating The Need To Constantly Change Your Spectacles For Different Tasks. Progressive Lens Technology Has Advanced Significantly In The Last Few Years, Making Adaptation Easier. There Are Many Different Designs Available To Suit Individual Needs. We Have Recently Invested In Some New Technology In The Form Of An IPad App And A Piece Of Equipment Called A V-Scope, Which Aids In Ensuring Greater Accuracy With Measurements And Takes Measurements We Were Previously Unable To Record Manually.
Extended Focus Lenses
When you need your vision closer to you to be clearer consider the benefits of extended focus lenses. Enjoy a larger area of clear sight for reading, desk and computer work.
Transitions Lenses automatically adjust to changing light. With ultraviolet radiation (UV) protection and glare reduction, Transitions lenses are a convenient way for you to protect your eyes and to achieve healthy sight.
All Spectacle Lenses We Prescribe Have A Hard Coating As Standard. Anti-reflective (multicoat) Is A Coating Which Reduces Reflections, Giving Clearer Vision And Improved Appearance. We Prescribe This For The Majority Or Patients, As There Is Only A Small Percentage Of People Who Would Not Benefit From This. Multicoats Are Constantly Evolving, And Lens Manufacturers Are Always At Work Making The Lenses Easier To Keep Clean And Clear. The Newest Coating Available On The Market Is 'Blue Control', Which Has Been Developed As A Result Of The Modern Lifestyle - Smart Phones And Devices, And High Computer Useage Means That Often Our Eyes Are Red And Fatigued, And Our Vision Can Become Blurry As Our Eyes Tire. Blue Control Technology Looks At Neutralising The 'blue' Light Which Contributes To Fatigue, And Providing A Comfortable And Glare-free Experience.
High Index Lenses
Spectacle Lenses With High Refractive Index Are Thinner And Lighter To Wear. We Will Prescribe The Correct Refractive Index For Your Prescription - Those With Higher Prescriptions Will Be Offered The Thinnest Lenses Available To Them, To Ensure Maximum Visual Acuity And Comfort