Spectacle lenses are developing all the time, with many advancements leading to new lenses becoming available for our patients. Lenses are usually manufactured in plastic but can also be made of glass if required. The advantage of plastic is that they are safe, lightweight and easily adaptable for any prescription.
Through many years of experience with different brands and types we have found that Zeiss can provide a lens solution to almost anyone, therefore we have decided to become Zeiss lens partners.
However, we are able to get almost any lens currently available in the UK, as well as some available overseas upon request.
To ensure that you receive the best lenses for you, we advise that you speak to one of our experts to discuss your eyesight needs.
Another advancement that considers how and when you use your glasses are occupational lenses. These are predominantly for performing a specific task that you may undertake for a large portion of the day, such as looking at a computer screen. This will take into account your working life and what impact that has on your eyesight, meaning that your glasses are tailor made for you.
Photochromic lenses react to light conditions and can be adapted for use with any type or prescription. The lenses are clear in regular lighting but will react to brighter conditions (such as sunlight) by going dark. The immediate advantage of having this type of lens is not having to carry a second pair of sunglasses.
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