Progressive Lenses

By: Sobel Eyecare  06/29/2014
Keywords: Lenses, eyeglasses, Eye Glasses

Progressive lenses, often termed no line bifocals, do much more than a bifocal. They act like a trifocal, which gives clear vision in 3 areas- far distance, computer distance, and reading distance. Unlike a trifocal, progressives have no lines which get in the way of the vision and no abrupt changes when shifting between these 3 zones. A trifocal will also create a sudden large blur as one tilts their head back, whereas with the progressive lens there is a gradual change and only a very mild blur is noticed. Bifocal eyeglasses are designed for far distance and reading distance only, and at a certain age, most people will need to shift out of their bifocals to either trifocals or progressive lenses.

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