What are progressive lenses?
There are different types of progressive lenses based on different types, uses and price. We would not go into that detail unless you lose patience to know further. Without wasting much time we are directly jumping into progressive lenses for presbyopia, someone whose distance, intermediate and near focal sights are different.
These types of Progressive lenses are basically defined as lenses having two or three prescriptions in one pair of glasses.This allows someone like you to do close up work like reading a book, middle distance work like checking out a website on a computer, or distance viewings like driving without needing to change glasses or wearing those bifocal and trifocal lenses which makes you look weird. A perfect lens for today’s ultramodern generation.Whose needs are different than it was decades ago. Sounds great, right?
Progressive lenses of these kinds are an update of the bifocal and trifocal lenses. Both bifocal and trifocal traditional glasses have annoyingly revealing lines on the lenses for the onlookers. Whereas, Progressive lenses have a seamless look. Sometimes they’re also called “no-line bifocals” or multifocal lenses as you don’t need to change glasses for every occasion.
The science behind the working of the Progressive lenses is the power which changes gradually from point to point on the lens surface. This provides the correct lens power for seeing objects clearly from any distance unlike the bifocal lenses; which have two lens powers, one for seeing the things in the distance and the second for seeing clearly at a specified reading distance. Such, today’s premium progressive lenses are very effortless to wear.
These lenses were invented and inspired by customers worldwide. It took decades of studies, experiences, research and questionnaires to get to this level.
Why they are in demand?
- These lenses are for anyone who needs corrective lenses to see.
- For the ones who are tired of old-fashioned multifocal lenses which distorts their face and gives unnecessary side effects.
Is your bifocal lens giving you a headache as you read? Making you nauseous, dizzy as you travel? Making you sick as you concentrate on your computer? at Essilor they have you covered. Essilorhas introduced a latest edition of the new Varilux X Series. The progressive lenses that are going to give you the superior vision in any distance and in any situation minus the side-effects.
So, are you ready? Then, book an appointment now.