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Prada (in our Farmington location)
Claiborne for Men
Rec Specs and Liberty Sport
Rudy Project (in our Farmington location)
The latest technology in lenses to block HEV blue light exposure from smartphones, tablets, computers and other electronic devices is available from Consulting Optical. Studies are showing that the HEV blue light can contribute to tired eyes, headaches, poor night vision and increased sensitivity to light and glare. Many of our new digital lenses have an embedded feature that reduces transmission of this light. Stop into our optical shops and ask one of our licensed opticians to tell you about these innovative new lenses.
Lighter weight and more impact resistant than glass lenses.
Thin, lighter weight lens material used to make strong corrections more attractive and comfortable. They absorb harmful UV light and come with a scratch-resistant coating.
One of the most impact-resistant lens materials on the market. This is the lens of choice for sports, children, and patients with reduced visual acuity. Polycarbonate lenses have a scratch-resistant coating and absorb harmful UV light.
Newest impact-resistant lens material is available. Features the clarity of plastic lenses with the strength, scratch resistance and UV protection of polycarbonate lenses.
A lens that changes from light (indoors) to dark (outdoors). Available in most lens designs and materials.
All-purpose lenses are available in all materials. Provides vision correction for one viewing area (distance, near or intermediate).
Segmented lens (lined) used to correct distance and near vision (trifocal gives added intermediate distance). Available in most lens materials and a variety of segment sizes.
State of the art lens design used to correct distance, intermediate and near vision. Progressive lenses do not have lines and provide a smoother transition from distance to near viewing. Progressive lens technology has expanded tremendously in the past few years with over 600 different designs currently on the market. Consulting Optical has access to most of the lenses, including the latest customized, digitally surfaced lenses.