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Prescription Eyeglasses

Once your frames have been selected, we offer numerous lens options, taking advantage of the latest technological advances to provide our patients with clear vision at all times.

Some of the unique lens styles we offer include Shamir and Varilux progressive lenses, Crizal anti-reflective lenses, Blue-light filtering lenses, Transitions lenses, and lenses with high definition wave front technology. These specialty lenses are designed to provide unmatched vision correction while eliminating sun glare, low-light and other common vision problems.

Autograph III® is the new and improved version of their previously most premium design available, Shamir Autograph II®. Autograph III® features many upgrades including EyePoint Techonology III®, Shamir’s premium lens design software which has received upgrades of its own. Autograph III® incorporates several other new features, including Natural Posture, IntelliCorridor, and As-Worn Quadro, Shamir’s redesigned As-Worn Technology.

The Shamir Attitude III-Fashion is designed to meet day-to-day outdoor needs, with expanded vision zones and enhanced peripheral vision. This lens offers balanced far, intermediate, and near vision.

The Shamir Attitude III-Sport is a specialized progressive sun lens for active lifestyles, with a wide and distortion-free far vision zone. The lens also offers optimal vision in the “Safety Zone”—a 3 to 16 foot area in front of the athlete—that enables the wearer to identify obstacles in their path.

The Shamir Attitude III-SV is a single-vision sun lens designed to provide maximized visual comfort for sport and outdoor needs.

The Shamir Duo is a bifocal lens that does not have a visible line—nor the image jump and distortion with which it is associated. This lens is available in a variety of materials, tints, and coatings.

Shamir InTouch is the ideal solution for handheld digital device users who have found that their everyday progressive lenses are not providing optimal vision for these tasks. Unlike a standard progressive, Shamir InTouch features enhanced visual comfort from 15” – 27”, the distance at which digital devices are primarily held. This feature makes InTouch an ideal everyday progressive solution for viewing smartphones and tablets because they are usually held higher than regular reading materials such as books or newspapers.

Shamir Computer provides patients with a wide field of near viewing with clear vision up to five feet. Shamir Computer is recommended for patients working at a computer or for patients who are primarily stationary at their desk or workstation throughout the day.

Shamir WorkSpace is the best solution when the focus is both mid-distance and near viewing, with a depth-of-field of 10 feet. Shamir WorkSpace is the best occupational solution for those who are actively moving around their work environment throughout the day.

Our experienced staff will help you choose the most appropriate lenses for you, taking into account your vision needs, budget, style and personal preferences. We take the time to fully discuss all options with you so that you receive the highest quality eyewear from a practice you trust.

  • Bifocals are lenses with two distinct viewing areas to help correct vision that fails at two or even three distances.
  • Manufactured to be thinner at the edges of the lens and lighter in weight overall—a good choice for people with stronger prescriptions.
  • Photochromic lenses change from clear to dark based on the intensity of UV radiation.
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  • Progressive lenses allow multiple vision fields to be incorporated into a single lens without any clear distinction between the fields themselves. This is why progressive lenses are often referred to as “no-line” bifocals or trifocals.
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