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Progressive Lenses

Progressive lenses are a no line multi focal lens that have 3 different prescriptions that “progress” through the lens. 

The lenses have accommodation to help you see in your distance, intermediate (for computer type work or looking at the dash in your car) and near vision. 

To determine if you have presbyopia, or if you need multifocal lenses is in the add portion of the prescription if there is a plus power ranging from +1.00 all the way up to +3.50. 

Some of the amazing technologies we offer

Shamir Lenses

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One Our most popular lens from Shamir that we sell is the Autograph III lens. Based on a groundbreaking new concept in lens design, Shamir Autograph® III is a balanced progressive lens, holistically adapted to the patient’s prescription, ensuring a clear and comfortable visual experience for all with the following features: As-worn Quadro, intellicorridor, natural posture, and eyepoint technology. 



Designed for your visual sweet spots.

Shamir Golf is a Freeform lens designed to ensure you experience your perfect game. Unlike standard progressives, the three vision zones are specifically tailored to the needs of golfers to maximize their viewing: the scorecard in their hand, the ball at their feet and the green in the distance. Shamir Golf™provides sharp focus without distortion in these three crucial areas. And before we forget, it’s the first Golf lens designed with a stable mid-range zone to ensure the ball on the ground can be seen clearly so your patients will have an accurate drive or putt.

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Another type of progressive lens technology is our computer and workspace lenses. Many individuals that work on the computer all day and help open up the middle corridor of the lens and make working on the computer all day and help prevent neck strains. There are 2 different types depending on what you need that you can choose from. There is the Computer lens which is designated for that 5 ft range, and then there is the workspace that accommodates up to 10 ft!

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