Single Vision Glasses: Are They a Good Option for You?

Do you wear glasses? Depending on what your eye doctor prescribed, single vision lenses help you see at one of the following distances:

  1. Up close – as if you’re looking at your cell phone.
  2. In the distance – as if you’re looking at street signs.
  3. Somewhere in between – as if you’re looking at your computer.

Related: “5 Simple & Effective Ways To Prevent Digital Eye Strain”

Here's what single vision lenses look like

Single vision lenses are the most commonly prescribed eyeglasses!

They are often used to correct nearsightedness (myopia)farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism.

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

*Single vision reading glasses can also help correct your presbyopia, however, we recommend progressives (or bifocals) to best address this vision condition. 

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