Eyeglasses Stores New Albany IN

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20 20 Eyecare
(502) 636-5766
215 Central Ave Ste 101
Louisville, KY
 
BLUEGRASS EYE PHYSICIANS
(502) 367-6137
4402 Churchman Ave Suite 306
Louisville, KY
 
ROY HYMAN, OD
(502) 966-2148
5202 Preston Hwy
Louisville, KY
 
JC Penney Optical
(502) 897-3161
5000 Shelbyville Road
Louisville, KY
 
Sam's Club Optical
(502) 964-0379
6622 Preston Hwy.
Louisville, KY
 
Dr. Bizer's VisionWorld
(502) 449-2080
5224 Dixie Highway
Louisville, KY
 
Walmart Vision Center
(502) 361-0225
175 Outer Loop
Louisville, KY
 
Roy Hyman Od
(502) 966-2148
5202 Preston Hwy
Louisville, KY
 
Vision First
(502) 499-5544
2110 S Hurstbourne Pkwy
Louisville, KY
 
Aida Badillo
(502) 933-9200
8600 Raintree Dr
Louisville, KY
 

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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