High Prescriptions Columbia
Making eyeglasses for high myopia, commonly referred to as nearsighted or shortsighted, requires special skills and materials. Frames must fit exactly to eye size measurements. The frames must also have small lens sizes to accommodate the high prescriptions. Uses of high index lens materials help reduce the thickness of the lenses. At Quality Optical, our Columbia specialty eyewear
includes lenses for high prescriptions. Refractive index is the ability of an optical lens to bend light, the higher the index, the thinner the lens. Anti-reflective coating on the lenses increases light transmission through these high index materials making resolution much higher. Our Columbia high prescription frames come in different sizes to accommodate the various distances between the pupils on the face.
Eyeglass Lens Specialists Columbia
As we grow older, our vision goes through a natural change in vision linked to the loss of flexibility in the crystalline lens of the eye. Initially, this change manifests itself as a loss in near vision. At Columbia our eyeglasses include progressive lenses, also known as no-line bifocals. Our Columbia progressive eyeglasses
ease eye strain and provide better vision. Progressive lenses provide the smoothest transition from long distance vision, to intermediate vision, to near vision, including all the in-between corrections. Instead of having just two different viewing zones (distant and reading) as in bifocals, your new progressive eyeglass lenses provide gradual or progressive powers of correction (from top to bottom), which ease eye strain and provide better vision.
High Prescriptions Columbia MD
8860 Columbia 100 Pkwy
Columbia, MD 21045
By Quality Optical
November 15, 2012