Eyeglasses Stores Mcminnville OR

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TODAY'S VISION CENTERS
(503) 554-5555
901 Brutscher St Suite E
Newberg, OR
 
EYE CARE NORTHWEST
(503) 363-9286
1234 Coventry Ct Nw
Salem, OR
 
SALEM EYECARE INLAND SHORES
(503) 585-2022
5750 Inland Shores Way N
Keizer, OR
 
Keizer Vision Clinic
(503) 393-6060
4350 Cherry Ave NE # A
Keizer, OR
 
Walmart Vision Center
(503) 982-2433
3002 Stacey Allison Way
Woodburn, OR
 
NEWBERG VISION CLINIC
(503) 538-3277
2207 Portland Rd Suite A
Newberg, OR
 
Cheryl Jevning
2315 Desert Deer Ave Nw
Salem, OR
 
America's Best
(503) 428-5096
6375 Ulali Dr.
Keizer, OR
 
WOODBURN VISION SOURCE
(503) 982-3937
590 Glatt Cir
Woodburn, OR
 
Walmart Vision Center
(503) 378-7424
3025 Lancaster Dr Ne
Salem, OR
 

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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