Lens Coatings for Your Eyeglasses at Blue Ridge Vision
You'll be delighted with the range of options you have when choosing eyeglasses at Blue Ridge Vision in Greer, from progressive multifocal to different types of lens materials and frames. Lens coatings are another level of enhancement you can add to your new glasses. Our optometrist can add a variety of useful coating to your single-vision or progressive lenses. Consider the following options:
Tints (Including Transitions)
You can get your glasses or sunglasses with a variety of tint colors and darkness levels to suit your particular needs. In addition to reducing overall light transmission, certain tints (such as yellow) can boost perceived contrast for driving in low-light conditions or use in specific athletic/occupational endeavors. If you don't want to switch from non-tinted glasses to tinted glasses and back again, ask our eye doctor about transitions. These photochromic lenses grow darker or brighter in reaction to ambient light, allowing you to wear the same eyeglasses indoors and outdoors.
Blue Light Filtering
Everyday sunlight provides a full spectrum of colors, including a range of blue light known as HEV (high energy visible) light. This particular type of light, which has been associated with digital eye strain and even macular degeneration, can become a special problem for you if you spend lots of time staring at LED monitors. Our eye doctor can provide you with tinted or non-tinted blue light filtering options that reduce eye fatigue and protect your eyes.
Glare is all around us, a fact of life that becomes particularly annoying when you're wearing a shiny pair of eyeglass lenses or frames. Glare from headlights, shiny surfaces, store windows, and other bright objects can blind you at a critical moment, putting you in danger. Glare on glasses also keeps other people from being able to see your eyes. Our anti-glare costings can dramatically reduce that glare for clearer, more comfortable vision.
Some lens materials scratch more easily than others, but all of them have some vulnerability to scratches. Over time, the accumulation of scratches can cause considerable annoyance or even interfere with your vision. Anti-scratch coatings from our optometrist offer additional protection for your lenses without interfering with visual clarity.
Have you ever been temporarily blinded by glasses that fog up due to humidity or temperature changes? If you're tired of wiping your glasses clean or waiting for the fog to evaporate, our anti-fog coatings can help keep this problem under control.
Our Eye Care Center Has Lens Coatings for Your Glasses
Whatever kinds of lens coatings you need, our Greer eye care center has them. Call Blue Ridge Vision at 864-877-3031!