Single vision lenses offer a single optical correction. This means that they allow for even distribution of vision over the entire lens, instead of splitting the focus between the top and bottom half, for example in bifocals. Single vision glasses are the most common type of prescription, and can correct either nearsightedness (myopia) or farsightedness (hyperopia). If your doctor has not prescribed a more specialized prescription, most often than not you will need single vision lenses. Some people use single vision lenses in their reading glasses, allowing for a sharp up-close viewing. Others will benefit from maximum clear vision at a distance, for example, when using single vision prescription glasses while driving. You even have the option to customize the coating with our single vision glasses, allowing you to create the ideal fit for your eyewear needs. Today’s Optician has you covered with our quality single vision lenses made just for you!
Prices starting at $75/pair.