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Lens Treatments

Popular Treatments & Materials

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Lens treatments are available as individual additions to lenses, and are also commonly bundled into single lens products for convenience and maximum benefit to your eyes.

Our Prescription Lens Options:

  • Polarized
    Polarization helps reduce glare and increases clarity in your vision. An invisible filter is built into the lenses—making images appear sharper and clearer while reducing the intensity of the sun’s glare.
  • Digital Lens Mapping
    Digital lenses use advanced technology to create a slimmer, flatter and lighter lens than standard prescription lenses. While digital lenses can improve the appearance of any prescription lens, they are especially beneficial for those who are farsighted since those lenses tend to bulge out in the middle.
  • CR-39
    Regular plastic lenses are also known as “CR-39” lenses. Regular plastic lenses have better visual clarity than the thinner polycarbonate or high index lenses, and they are the least expensive of lens materials.
  • Polycarbonate
    Polycarbonate lenses are impact resistant lenses - a fantastic choice for sports and safety eyewear as well as standard sunglasses and eyeglasses for active types or kids. These lenses also offer full UV protection and are lightweight for optimal comfort.
  • High-Index
    High index lenses have a higher refractive index which means they reflect more light than standard prescription lenses.  What this means is that they can be made thinner and lighter than traditional lenses. High index lenses help those with high prescriptions avoid thick lenses, adding to the comfort and look of their eyewear.
  • Photochromic
    Polychromatic lenses are made with special technology that turns them into sunglasses when exposed to sunlight.  The lenses darken automatically when you go outside and return to normal when you go back indoors. Polychromatic lenses can come in a number of tint colors and are great when you need prescription sunglasses but don’t want to carry around or pay for another pair.
  • Blue Light Blocking
    Blue light filtering lenses block the penetration of blue light from computers and digital devices. They're available for prescription and non-prescription glasses.