Eyeglass Lenses – High Index Plastic, progressives, polycarbonate, aspheric, trivex, photochromic in Houston
Your eyesight can change with time, so it helps to make sure that you’re wearing prescription lenses when you need to, that your prescription is up to date, and that your lenses meet your specific needs. Here at our eye shop in Houston, West U Vision, you can receive all of the vision care you need and you can learn more about all of the lens options we offer as well.
When it comes to taking care of your eyesight, it helps to see your eye doctor regularly and to have your eyesight checked about once a year. The quality of your vision can always change, especially with time. If your prescription is outdated or needs to be adjusted, you may be experiencing side effects like blurry vision, headaches and eye strain. Here at West U Vision we can provide you with the routine exam you need to see if anything has changed as well as with the test needed to pinpoint your exact prescription needs. Depending on your vision impairment, you may want to consider the different lens options we offer here at our eye shop in Houston. High-index plastic and polycarbonate lenses may be great options for people with nearsightedness as the former are thinner lenses and the latter are lighter lenses, which can be helpful since people with severe nearsightedness need thicker lenses. Progressives are good for people who need bi or tri-focals while making the transitions easier on the eye. Aspheric lenses are less curved, and may be more appealing aesthetically, especially with thin-rimmed and rimless frames. Trivex lenses are lightweight, durable, and a great choice for rimless frames or children’s eyewear. Photochromic lenses darken when in the presence of strong natural light so you don’t need a separate pair of prescription sunglasses.
To learn more about these lenses and more, visit our eye shop in Houston today where our staff at West U Vision can help you find what you’re looking for.