Eyeglasses Stores Louisburg KS

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THOMAS SHELOR, OD
(913) 782-1213
401 S Clairborne Rd Suite B
Olathe, KS
 
DISCOVER VISION
(816) 350-4706
15710 W 135th St
Olathe, KS
 
ALAN HANSEN, OD
(913) 764-2020
751 N Mur Len Rd
Olathe, KS
 
IMAGE ONE EYECARE
(913) 897-0202
6932 W 135th St
Overland Park, KS
 
LARRY SNIDER, OD
(816) 884-5212
2100 E Mechanic St
Harrisonville, MO
 
EYE ASSOCIATES OF OLATHE
(913) 780-9696
15249 W 135th St
Olathe, KS
 
JEFFREY WELTMER, OD
(913) 782-4983
1295 E 151st St Suite 3
Olathe, KS
 
Walmart Vision Center
(913) 829-4404
13600 S. Alden St
Olathe, KS
 
THE EYE DOCTORS OF OLATHE
(913) 780-3200
15293 W 119th St
Olathe, KS
 
LITTLEFIELD OPTOMETRY (LEAWOOD)
(913) 498-1363
13014 State Line Rd
Leawood, KS
 

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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