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Types Of Lenses

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Lenses: There's a Proper Choice for Every Type of Eyes

No matter what frames you choose, your visual and wearing comfort ultimately depends on selecting the right type of lenses. We'll show you what factors are critical and what you need to look out for when choosing your lenses.


Plastic Lenses

Modern lenses made of plastic are the most popular today because they are lighter and more resilient than glass lenses. They are therefore more comfortable to wear. They can also be made more scratch-resistant using special finishing methods and materials such as polycarbonate. Polycarbonate and Hi-Index lenses can make many prescriptions much lighter and more attractive.

Your advantages at a glance

  • Up to 50% lighter than glass lenses
  • Highly resilient and scratch-resistant
  • Integrated UV protection
  • Various colors possible

Glass Lenses

Glass lenses offer the dual advantages of high optical quality and surface solidity. That makes them less sensitive to possible scratches. However, they are more likely to break and shatter than plastic lenses. That risk should be taken into account in extremely demanding working environments, or in traffic.

Your advantages at a glance

  • Robust surface
  • Thinner and optically appealing
  • Manufactured for people with poorer vision



Progressive Lenses


Anti-Reflective Coating: For Clear Vision

With progressive lenses, you can combine different lens strengths into one lens for seamless and precise vision from near to far, without changing glasses. Progressive lenses are the most comfortable solution for problems such as presbyopia because they can be individually tailored to your eyes, resulting in clear sight in all fields of vision. Varilux Comfort are the premium choice for all wearers.

Your advantages at a glance

  • Latest generation of light-weight, scratch-resistant plastic lenses
  • High visual comfort due to exact calculation of the field of vision
  • Very comfortable to wear
  • No disturbing lines as with bifocals

Like all glass surfaces, eyeglasses reflect a portion of the light that falls on them. The result is a loss of brightness and decreased visual comfort due to disturbing reflections and blurred areas.

Anti-reflective lenses are treated with an extremely thin layer of coating that, depending on the degree, allows up to 99 percent of the light to pass through. It is recommended for sharp and optimal vision. Crizal lenses are the best for all occasions

Your advantages at a glance

  • Nearly the same visual comfort as not wearing any glasses
  • Natural and color-true vision
  • Unobtrusive lenses

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