There are many different options available when it comes to correcting your vision. As you would imagine, we only work with the best in lens manufacturing to offer our patients the best possible vision. By selecting the best and most comfortable option for you we can help prevent eye-strain, fatigue and headaches. It is so important that your eyes get the best.
We can help you choose from the following types of spectacle lenses:
- single vision – usually with anti-reflection coatings like the best camera lens
- varifocal – different designs for different requirements
- bifocal – less popular these days but still provide the right solution for some patients
- computer / interview lenses
- NEW Digital / Anti-Fatigue lenses
- protection lenses – to cut out harmful ultra violet and blue light for macular degeneration sufferers
- photochromic lenses – adapt to lighting conditions
- sport spectacles – for specialist activities such as cycling, skiing, etc.
You’re unique, Why aren’t your lenses?
Did you know that every eye is different, such as its shape, the way it moves, etc…and can differ from others by anything up to 30%? Just like you, your eyes are unique and they deserve to be treated as such.
Thanks to new technology from Essilor, you can benefit from a three dimensional eye examination that takes into account how your eye moves.
It only takes 30 seconds to have the examination, which will result in your unique Eyecode. This takes into account twenty times more measurements than a standard eye test.
You won’t need to adjust your posture, even when looking through the lens periphery.
Low contrast images will be clearer, even when reading in dimly lit conditions.
Distortion or “swimming” images will become a thing of the past, even during the most dynamic activities.
With Eyecode lenses your vision becomes immediately comfortable, highly contrasted and dynamic.
Eyecode by Essilor
- An exclusive technology in lens personalisation.
- Perfectly suited to all your needs, regardless of age, prescription, frame.
- Your initials can be engraved onto the lenses.