Information On Different Types Of Prescription Lenses and Prescription Lenses offered by LensesRx Online Optical


Welcome to the prescription lenses information section from LensesRx.com, a site solely dedicated to breaking down and explaining all the great quality lenses available through our online store. Here you will find detailed information on a variety of different prescription lenses, as well as different lens features, and gain a better understanding of what great quality lenses and coatings that you may purchase from Lenses Rx Online Optical. You will no longer need to do any research, all your answers will be answered right here!

Prescription Lenses Treatments

LensesRx offers a wide array of different lens treatments for your prescription lenses, that will provide you with a lens fit for any environment. You are able to choose from several different anti-reflective coatings, hard coatings, tinting, polarized lenses, as well as Transitions lenses. Each lens is of the best quality and is available to you at an incredibly discounted price.

Crizal Lenses

Crizal lenses not only improve the way you see through your prescription lenses but also improve the appearance of your prescription. [More Info]

Polarized Lenses

Polarized lenses are specialy engin - eered lenses that block certain types of light waves. [More Info]

Xperio Polarized Sun Lenses

Xperio is a new brand of polarized sunglass lens from Essilor, the world's leader in prescription lenses. [More Info]

Transitions Original Lenses

Just like ordinary clear lenses, Transitions lenses are clear when indoors and at night. [More Info]

Transitions Vantage Lenses

There are lenses that can be transi- tional, and there are lenses that can be polarized. [More Info]

Transitions Xtractive Lenses

Transitions XTRActive lenses are our darkest everyday prescription lenses.[More Info]

Transitions Performance Sunwear

Transitions performance sun lenses are high-performance sunwear specifically designed for outdoor use. [More Info]

Types of Prescription Lenses

Through LensesRx you are able to purchase the perfect prescription lenses necessary for your vision correction. Be it single vision driving glasses, reading glasses, or multi-focal progressive glasses, LensesRx has exactly what you need.

Single Vision Lenses

Single vision prescription lenses have one single prescription across their entire surface and are suitable in all scenarios, [More Info]

Bi-Focal Lenses

Traditional bifocals have only two ranges of vision near and far with a distance zone established in the pper portion of the lens and the lower zone, [More Info]

Tri-Focal Lenses

These prescription lenses have three different zones for seeing at varying distances near intermediate, and far, [More Info]

Progressive Lenses

Progressive prescription lenses have many advantages over bifocals and trifocals because they allow the, [More Info]

Prescription Lenses Material

We provide a wide assortment of lens materials for you to choose from when selecting the prescription lens thats right for you. All lenses are made out of high quality plastic or polycarbonate. High index lenses are offered in super thin 1.6, ultra thin 1.67, or as thin as possible 1.74 materials. All these options are available to provide you with the ideal lens for your prescription; allowing for your lenses to be as comfortable as possible by today's technology.

CR-39 Standard Plastic Lenses

Plastic prescription lenses made from CR-39 allyl diglycol carbonate monomer combine, [More Info]

Polycarbonate Lenses

Polycarbonate prescription lenses have many benefits and are the recommended lens, [More Info]

Hi-Index Lenses

High-index prescription lenses are the right choice if you want thinner, lighter lenses and eyeglasses, [More Info]

Single Vision Prescription Lenses

Single vision prescription lenses are ideal lenses for the consumer needing a minor vision adjustment. Single vision lenses are structured to assist with vision difficulty of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and with difficulty seeing in the intermediate range. Lenses are hence offered for distance, reading or for computer. However, one lens prescription cannot accomodate all viewing fields. Single vision lenses do a great job at helping you drive easier, read clearer and have a much more enjoyable work experience when bundled with anti-reflective coatings.

Reading Lenses

PReading glasses can be obtained with or without a prescription. Basically, they provide single-vision lenses that sharpen near vision for people with presbyopia and/or hyperopia., [More Info]

Distance Lenses

Single vision lenses for distance are designed for people struggling with nearsightedness. Single vision lenses allow for one.s long distance vision to be adjusted for optimal, clear vision. [More Info]

Bi-Focal Prescription Lenses

Traditional bifocals have only two ranges of vision near and far — with a distance zone established in the upper portion of the lens and the lower zone enabling near vision tasks such as reading, located on the bottom half of the lens. The zones are separated by a noticeable line.

Flat-top 28mm

A flat top bifocal is a correction for distance and near vision in one pair of glasses. Flat Top 28 is the most popular bifocal form. It is also available with the bifocal portion made in a variety of widths (Flat top 35 and Executive Bifocals) to help with various, [More Info]

Tri-focal Prescription Lenses

These lenses have three different zones for seeing at varying distances — near, intermediate, and far — and can be custom made for you to accommodate your lifestyle or occupation.

Flat-top 28mm

Flat top 28 tri-focal lenses are the most common tri- focal lens option. They offer three fields of vision: distance, intermediate and reading, with the bottom portion of the lens having a segment divided for reading and intermediate., [More Info]

Progressive Prescription Lenses

These lenses have many advantages over bifocals and trifocals because they allow the wearer to focus at many different distances, not just two or three. Because they have no lines, progressive lenses allow a smooth, comfortable transition from one distance to another. They are a much better option for active, multitasking people.

Standard Progressive Lenses

If you are looking for an alternative to bifocals or trifocals, standard progressive lenses will work for most people, [More Info]

Essilor Ovation Progressive Lenses

Ovation® lenses use custom-fit progressive lens technology by wearer type to, [More Info]

Kodak Precise Progressive Lenses

Kodak Precise is our premium conventional varifocal lens with a wide near zone for natural eye movement, [More Info]

Kodak Unique Digital Progressive Lenses

The Kodak Unique Lens is an inno- vative digital varifocal lens designed to be as individual, [More Info]

Varilux New Comfort Progressive Lenses

arilux Comfort is a line of progress- ive lenses that has established a new standard on, [More Info]

Varilux Ellipse Progressive Lenses

The Varilux Ellipse prescription lenses are one of the best designed lenses for, [More Info]

Varilux Physio Enhanced Digital Progressive Lenses

Provide patients a customized lens design made just for them without additional measurements or equipment. [More Info]