Spring Valley bifocal lenses are applicable when you have both nearsightedness and farsightedness, or either of them with astigmatism. At the office of Glenn Roter, OD, you can depend on accurate diagnosis of refractive conditions, and the right prescription to address them. Furthermore, our expert optical department will put that prescription into a pair of lenses, which may be eyeglasses or contacts. Whatever your needs are, we can meet them.
A yearly eye exam is recommended for all adults. There are a few people who are able to go their entire lives and never have need for corrective eyewear. For everyone else, that situation will come up sooner or later. If you have not worn prescription eyeglasses or contacts up until now, you may be able to benefit from the vision improvement they provide. Perhaps you do have an existing set of corrective lenses. In that case, you might benefit from an update to them. Or it’s possible that you used to need correction only for near or far vision, but now you need it for both. If so, you’ll be prescribed our Spring Valley bifocal lenses. In eyeglass form, they are equipped with a subtle but visible line in the middle of each lens. Above the line is where you focus your eyes for distance vision. Below the line, you have near vision, such as for reading. The same applies for nearsightedness or farsightedness with astigmatism. Our Spring Valley bifocal lenses are also available as contacts. No matter what, you can experience optimal vision at all distances, and that is our highest priority at our optometry office.
All you have to do is reach out to our office and set up a convenient appointment to have your eyes tested. Our Spring Valley bifocal lenses will allow you to see with outstanding sharpness and clarity.