Multiple Distance Correction
At some time between the ages of 40 and 50, you will likely experience difficulty seeing up close; causing problems with reading, sewing and other close work.
While single vision reading lenses will make near objects clear, distant objects like the television will appear blurry. Progressive lenses are ideal, allowing you to see clearly up close, at intermediate and long distances. Thus eliminating the need to constantly change your spectacles for different tasks.
Progressive lenses have largely replaced the traditional Bifocal lense which only provide two viewing distances.
When you need your near vision to be clearer, consider the benefits of extended focus lenses. Correcting both your near and intermediate vision, they provide greater versatility and freedom than normal reading glasses. Enjoy a larger area of clear sight for reading, cooking, desk and computer work.
With an area of clear vision up to five times more than normal reading glasses, you won't need to constantly remove or peer over the top of your glasses to focus on objects, such as a computer monitor, in the intermediate distance.