If you are thinking about getting a new pair of designer eyeglasses, we hope you will come to our vision practice and optical store, Optical Visit, where you will receive the very best customer service and care. When you visit our practice for Scarsdale eyeglasses, not only will you be able to choose from a wide selection of designer eyeglass frames, but you will also be able to get different types of lenses in your eyeglasses.
Today, it is very common for our customers to want to get multifocal eyeglass lenses. These type of lenses allow our patients to enjoy corrected vision at different distances without needing to change eyeglasses. Multifocal eyeglass lenses can be progressive lenses, bifocals, or trifocals. Progressive lenses are the most popular types of multifocal eyeglass lenses because they are most attractive, and offer our patients the widest field of vision. This is because progressive lenses have no lines of delineation between the different prescriptions strengths, allowing more surface area through which the patient’s eye can look for the needed vision correction. Additionally, patients are able to wear bifocal or trifocal lenses without anyone even knowing that they are receiving different strengths of vision correction. Some of our customers do not like to wear bifocals because they feel that it gives away their age. This is because most people need to wear some type of reading glasses as they get older. With progressive lenses, people are able to wear reading glasses without anyone even knowing it! Progressive lenses can have up to three different prescriptions in them. Regular bifocal lenses are also available, and are less costly than progressive lenses. Our optometrist, Ellen Cutler, will be able to meet with you to provide the proper prescription for any of these types of lenses for your Scarsdale eyeglasses.
We hope you will visit us soon at Optical Visit to get your new Scarsdale eyeglasses. For an appointment to meet with our optometrist, contact our optical store, so you will not need to be kept waiting.