Vision issues are common, but each one is unique. Annual exams with your eye doctor can help uncover what makes your vision different and what may be needed in order to accommodate your needs. When prescribing prescription lenses, certain conditions may dictate what specific kinds of lenses may be needed in order to provide the best quality eyesight, and multifocal lenses may help. If you need Spring Valley eyeglasses, our eye doctor Glenn Roter, OD can help determine your prescription needs while also making sure you are prescribed the proper lenses as well.
There are plenty of different types of vision impairments, nearsightedness and farsightedness being the most common and well-known, but many people often lie somewhere in the middle. For people with more complex issues, one pair of prescription lenses set to a specific magnification is not enough. But instead of using multiple glasses for multiple purposes, there are also multifocal lenses. Multifocal lenses contain two or more lens powers to help the wearer see objects at different distances. Most multifocal lenses include bifocals, trifocals or progressive lenses. Typically, bifocal lenses are divided into a top and bottom half. The top half is attuned to help the wearer see things that are far away more clearly, while the bottom half does the same for objects that are up close. Trifocals may have a third section, and progressive lenses have more gradual changes between sections so they are easier on the eyes. Spring Valley eyeglasses here with Glenn Roter, OD can be made according to your specific needs as your vision screening will dictate. From there, you can take a look at the frames we have in stock, including affordable styles as well as designer name brand styles.
When it comes to Spring Valley eyeglasses, there are no better frames and lenses than here with Glenn Roter, OD. Call us to see what we can do for you and your vision today.