When you need glasses to see more clearly and comfortably, it’s important that they look good, feel good, and optimally correct your vision. The expert optometrists at Valley Eye Professionals, located in the Studio City area of Los Angeles, evaluate your vision and provide precise prescriptions so the staff can help you find just the right eyeglasses that match your face shape and style. Call the office or book an appointment online to get just the right eyeglasses fitted for you.
At one time, glass lenses were the only option, but modern-day glasses offer a variety of lens materials that fit your lifestyle. Lenses today can be thinner, lightweight, and high-definition; lightweight styles include polycarbonate, trivex, and aspheric. The type of lens that’s best for you depends on your vision correction needs, your desired style, and your fashion preferences.
The team at VeyeP takes into account all of your vision needs to help you find just the right lenses and frames.
Rimless glasses have no frame. The lens is affixed to the bridge and temples. You may prefer the less bulky look and feel of rimless glasses. You can get rimless glasses in a variety of lens shapes so they compliment your face shape and style.
Transitions lenses change according to the light conditions, protecting you from dangerous rays inside and outside. There’s no need to own a pair of clear lenses and a pair sunglasses that fit your prescription — you get both in one pair of glasses in a style and look you love.
Anti-reflective coating reduces the glare on traditional lenses. It offers multiple benefits, including:
The coating almost completely eliminates reflections from the surface of the eyeglass lenses, so more light can pass through the lenses. It’s especially helpful for night vision, and it also improves your ability to make eye contact with others.
High-index lenses offer a thinner, lighter feel so your glasses effectively correct your vision, but are attractive and comfortable. You benefit from high-index lenses if you have a strong prescription for nearsightedness, astigmatism, or farsightedness. Conventional lenses made to fit a strong prescription often need to be thick and bulky. High-index lenses provide the same optimal vision correction in a notably slimmer and more attractive lens size.
To get just the right glasses for your face shape and vision needs, call Valley Eye Professionals or book an appointment online today.