Lenses

The right prescription eyeglasses begin with the right lenses.

At Springfield Family Vision that means combining the optimal mix of materials, design, and treatments to give you the best available optical experience to fit your lifestyle and budget.

LENS MATERIALS

Your prescription lenses are crafted from a variety of high-quality materials to give you the comfort and durability you need.

CR-39

This plastic polymer offers the highest abrasion and scratch resistance of any uncoated optical plastic. CR-39 lenses are half the weight of glass for maximum comfort.

Polycarbonate

Great for kids and those involved in sports, the polycarbonate lens offers the comfort and impact-resistant durability that you need for your active lifestyle.

Trivex

Built from a urethane-based monomer, the Trivex lens gives you thin, lightweight mid-index optics in a durable plastic that resists shrinkage, warpage, and cracking.

 

Ideal for customers with high prescription glasses, high index lenses are thinner and lighter than standard lenses. They offer comfort and reduce eye distortion which can be caused by strong prescriptions.

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LENS DESIGN

Springfield Family Vision offers a range of design options for your eyeglass lenses, to provide functionality and comfort for all the things you do every day — whether driving, using your digital devices, or other activities.

You can choose from a wide range of non-glare, scratch-resistant lenses for single vision glasses. Our optician will work with you and Dr. Katie to come up with a care plan to fit your specific visual needs. Need extra thin or extremely durable lenses? We have those too! When shopping for a lens, make sure you choose a lens that is scratch-resistant, provides UV protection, and has an anti-reflective glare treatment.

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Tired of the eye strain that comes with staring at your computer and other devices all day? Anti-fatigue lenses are your solution. These glasses relax your eyes and reduce the effects of eye fatigue. Ask Dr. Katie if anti-fatigue lenses are right for you.

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Progressive lens technology has come a long way in the past few years. With digital surfacing, distortion is out and more natural near vision is in. These new designs make adaptation so much easier than older designs.

Just like you wouldn’t wear high heels to play basketball — sometimes different tasks require a different lens! Springfield Family Vision makes it easy to choose the right lens for your custom visual needs. We match your daily tasks with a lens that works with your lifestyle and the frame you choose.

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Computer Progressives

These specially designed lenses keep on-screen objects in focus and reduce the eye strain, headaches, and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome. They also come with an anti-reflective coating to reduce the effect of glare from the screen.

 

DriveSafe Progressives

We all know that driving can be a significant source of eye strain — especially during low visibility conditions, such as rain, snow, or fog, or while driving at night. DriveSafe progressive lenses are optimized for low-light conditions and reduce headlight glare, making it easier to focus on the road and the dashboard, and giving you better distance vision to accurately see the road in front of you.

LENS TREATMENTS

Springfield Family Vision provides many options for treating your corrective lenses to provide comfort and protect your long-term vision health. Treatments are available to reduce your exposure to glare, UV rays, blue light, and other hazards that can harm your vision.

Make your lenses easier to clean and more resistant to scratches, smudges, dirt, and water — while protecting your eyes from glare and UV light.

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Transitions (Signature, XTRActive, and Vantage)

These light-adaptive lenses adjust from clear indoors to dark in the sunlight, to easily protect your eyes from harmful rays.

 

Tints or Polarized

Great for watersports and other outdoor activities, polarized or tinted lenses cut the sun’s glare as well as harmful rays reflecting off of water, cars, and road surfaces — for better vision and greater comfort.

Blue Light Blocker

Prolonged exposure to blue light from screens and other sources can irritate your eyes. Prescription eyewear with a blue light filter gives you sharper vision, reduces fatigue, and cuts your risk of long-term vision problems.

 

Have questions about selecting the right lenses for your lifestyle? Contact us today for an appointment!

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