Eyeglasses Stores Hockessin DE

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HOCKESSIN EYEWORKS
(302) 235-7031
210 Lantana Dr
Hockessin, DE
 
RONALD POGACH, OD
(302) 994-3300
5503 Kirkwood Hwy
Wilmington, DE
 
QUALITY EYE WEAR OPTICIANS
(302) 994-6770
4705 Kirkwood Hwy
Wilmington, DE
 
GREG SMITH
(302) 655-3388
1100 N Grant Ave
Wilmington, DE
 
SIMON EYE ASSOCIATES #6
(302) 224-3000
45 E Main St Suite 201
Newark, DE
 
DELAWARE OPTH CONSULTANTS
(302) 633-9196
1941 Limestone Rd Suite 120
Wilmington, DE
 
KAREN OPTICAL COMPANY
(302) 998-0551
4750 Limestone Rd
Wilmington, DE
 
ALLAN ALLSTON, DR OD
(302) 737-5352
5700 Kirkwood Hwy
Wilmington, DE
 
SIMON EYE ASSOCIATES
(302) 655-8312
912 N Union St
Wilmington, DE
 
VISION SOURCE
(302) 737-5777
317 E Main St
Newark, DE
 

Eyeglasses Types And Materials

Many are surprised when they learn how many options they have when it comes to eyeglasses. Among these options for eyeglasses are the various lens designs.

The basic eyeglass design is single vision, and all-purpose lens designed to correct distance vision. There are multifocal eyeglass lenses that are designed to correct both distance vision and near vision (the upper portion is focused for distance vision, while the bottom portion is used for up close activities such as reading).

Multifocal lenses can be bifocals, trifocals, or progressive lenses. Bifocals have one line separating the top part of the lens, for distance, from the bottom portion, for close viewing.

Trifocal lenses focus light in three areas-distance vision, intermediate vision, and near vision. One disadvantage of bifocal and trifocal eyeglasses is the abrupt dividing line between each area of the lense...

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