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Progressive lenses, also known as multifocal lenses, and sometimes referred to as "no-line bifocal lenses". This kind of lens allows users to have 3 corrective powers in one lens, without the hard lines of traditional bifocals or trifocals.
This no-line multifocal eyeglass lens makes it look the same as a single vision lens. This allows you to work at close distances (such as reading a book), work at medium distances (such as browsing websites on a computer), or observe from a distance (such as driving a car) without changing your glasses.
In other words, this lens will help you see things at all distances, but without the old-fashioned lines of traditional bifocals. Say goodbye to the constant switching between reading glasses and telephoto lenses.
Progressive lenses provide a transition from prescriptions for nearsightedness, intermediate vision, and farsightedness. Compared to bifocal lenses, progressive lenses provide a wider clear field of vision, making activities such as computer use and reading easier for the wearer. The bifocal lens has a "small pocket", which is particularly unsightly.
Progressive lenses are all-inclusive glasses that help you see up close, far away, and everything in between. This means progressive lenses are great for driving, so if you're planning a road trip or driving to work, you can have confidence in your vision correction options.
The easiest way to get used to your new progressive lenses is to spend some time adjusting. Wear your glasses for about a week, every day, to give your eyes time to adjust, even where you don't need them. Once they become second nature, your eyes adjust accordingly and they become more comfortable.
Progressive lenses can be an incredible boon for people with astigmatism and other refractive errors, but they also tend to be expensive. Premium progressive lenses can cost up to $1,200, which is much higher than regular standard lenses. But at ANRRI EYEWEAR, we have first-hand lens manufacturers of premium lenses, so the price is affordable and of course, the quality is guaranteed.
Progressive glasses reduce eye strain by bringing everything into sharp focus, no matter how close or far it is. They work by creating a seamless and gradual transition between the three visual correction abilities. Look straight ahead to see distant objects, then tilt your head slightly up to see mid-range objects, and then down to see close-up objects.
1. You only need a pair of glasses
People often find it more convenient to own a pair of progressive lenses. These lenses allow you to see things clearly at different distances than their single vision glasses. This way, you don't need to carry another pair of glasses. Progressive lenses combine the functions of single vision distance vision and reading glasses. You can ditch single vision glasses because progressive lenses contain all your vision needs.
2. A more modern, youthful look
Progressive lenses, whether bifocal or trifocal, are often associated with old age. You may feel uncomfortable when you wear bifocals. If there are no visible lines, you may feel more comfortable and confident with a pair of progressive lens glasses.