Progressive Glasses: Are They a Good Option for You?

Here's what progressive lenses look like.

Let’s be honest, everyone want’s to look good, feel good and see well out of their glasses! But when the fine print on your restaurant menus or your smartphone starts to get blurry, the fear of needing reading glasses or bifocals to see is real!

In the video below, Sheena Taff discusses what you need to know about progressive glasses.

If you don’t like the video or want more information, continue reading.

What are progressive glasses?

Fortunately, progressives (also known as progressive eyeglasses, PALs or no-line bifocals) provide you with excellent vision at all ranges – without having to show your age!

In fact, designed to provide clear, continuous vision for those who have presbyopia, progressive lenses are no-line bifocals that have an increase in magnifying power as you look down the lens.

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Progressive lenses

Truth be told, these lenses can take time to get used to. However, the newest technology progressive lenses are designed for excellent vision and maximum comfort.

As a result, like traditional (lined) bifocals, progressive lenses can correct your:

Curious if you could benefit from progressive lenses? What are you waiting for? Make sure to schedule an appointment with your local eye care professional today!