The right lenses determine your vision. The difference between single vision lenses, bifocal lenses, and progressive lenses can seem confusing. However, our team of expert optometrists can help you make the right decision for your vision lenses.
Single Vision Lenses
Single vision lenses are designed for a single vision prescription across the entire lenses. These type of lenses are also used for reading glasses.
If you only have trouble reading things close up or far away, single vision lenses may be the right solution for you.
Bifocal lenses are designed to help your eyes see up close and at a distance. There are two different areas on each lens that strengthen your vision as you look toward that area of the lens.
If you have issues with seeing at a distance and reading, bifocals may be what you need.
Progressive lenses are an upgrade beyond bifocal or trifocal glasses. Unlike bifocals, progressive lenses do not have noticeable lines between each area of the lens. They aid your eye as you naturally look in that direction, whether that is reading, medium, or long distance.
If you have trouble seeing at multiple distances, then progressive lenses could be the lenses you need.