Do you have trouble seeing objects at near and far distances? Having multifocal lenses in your glasses like progressives can provide clear vision for both.

What are Progressive Lenses?

Progressive lenses are eyeglass lenses that correct near, intermediate, and distance vision, providing a smooth transition from distance to intermediate to near, and include all intermediate corrections. You can look up to see anything in the distance, look forward to viewing your computer in the mid-range, lower your eyes to read, and complete fine work comfortably in the near area. This is all done within a single lens, without the harsh lines that bifocal and trifocal lenses have. For people with blurred near and distance vision, progressive lenses are a great solution and are the closest thing to the natural vision you get in a pair of prescription glasses. 

Say goodbye to switching between reading glasses and distance glasses. With progressive glasses, you can have visual clarity at every distance, all at the same time. The best part? You can customize your frames with progressive lenses for as low as $35.95.


How Does a Multifocal Lens Work?

Progressive lenses are considered a type of multifocal lenses because they are designed to correct vision at multiple distances.

The lenses are designed so distance correction is at the top of the lens and near correction is at the bottom of the lens. The middle of the lens provides intermediate distance correction, which makes switching your focus between closer and farther objects feel natural and seamless.