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Our frame room is lined wall to wall to wall with hundreds of styles of frames. For the young, the funky, and the Elderly.

Multi-focal's let you focus through different prescriptions at different distances through the same lens - hence the name. Bifocals are the most commonly prescribed multi-focal lenses. No longer do you see a line in the lens, now bifocals appear the same as a single focus lens.

Many people need some visual correction in order to read or see things close-up. Often, bifocals are necessary because people's arms "become shorter" as they enter middle age and things closer to them become more difficult to see. However, other conditions can cause people of any age to need more help seeing properly in the near range. Over-convergence, when the eyes work to hard to see close-up, is one.

Regardless of the reason you need a prescription for near-vision correction, bifocals all work in the same what. A small portion of the eyeglass lens is reserved for the near-vision correction. The rest of the lens is usually a distance correction, but sometimes has no correction at all.

Everyday protection
Transitions lenses protect your eyes from the harmful UV rays found in bright light. And on cloudy days, when UV light is less obvious, they provide equal protection.
Visual comfort in any light - Indoors, Transitions Lenses are clear. Outdoors, in bright sunlight, they get darker, quickly and automatically. At the same time, they provide superior protection from glare, whether it's sunny, cloudy or in between. And this means less squinting and less stress on your eyes.
Healthy sight for your kids - Children are more vulnerable to the sun's rays than adults. That's because typically, they spend more time outdoors than adults do during a time when their developing eyes are more delicate. And because the effects of sunlight are cumulative, their risk of eye damage is actually three times greater than that of adults... So they can benefit from Transitions Lenses, too.
Look better, see better - With transitions lenses, there's a wide variety of frames, styles, and prescriptions, including single-vision, bifocals, trifocals, and progressives. You can also choose:

  • Grey or Brown
  • Any type of plastic lenses including thin, lightweight and impact resistant lenses
  • Anti-reflective coating