Quality High-Definition Eyeglasses for Clearer Vision
Also called “digital lenses,” HD glasses can give you the type of visual clarity that’s similar to a high-definition TV. High-definition eyeglasses are made using a type of digital technology, which allows the prescription to be built through the use of a computer. And they’re considered to be one of the most important innovations in eyeglasses technology. At Marvel Optics, you can find a variety of frames that will work with HD vision glasses, so you can see the world a little better. And because we work with some of the best brands on the market, you can be sure to get a quality pair of HD lens glasses. Be sure to look at what we have in stock, so you can find your next pair of high-definition eyeglasses today!
A Great Choice for All Types of Glasses Wearers
Whether you’re a single-vision wearer or are using progressive lenses, HD glasses are a great choice. Unlike standard lenses that don’t take lens shape into account when they’re manufactured, HD lenses are precisely cut to fit your frames and your prescription. So when you wear HD vision glasses, you won’t get any distortion. This will result in a clearer vision than you would with standard prescription lenses. And at Marvel Optics, you can choose from a broad selection of frames that can be fitted with HD lenses. Feel free to look at what we have in stock, so you can find your pair of high-definition eyeglasses.
Less Distortion with HD Eyeglasses Technology
Certain aberrations can affect your vision, even if your glasses are correcting it completely. These anomalies can be caused by the characteristics of your eyes, or they can be because of certain limitations of your eyeglass lenses. But with HD vision glasses, you can get sharper vision because the lenses are specifically built for your eyes. Not only can they give you sharper vision, but they can also reduce glare (which can be an advantage when you’re driving at night). At Marvel Optics, you can find a number of frames that can be fitted with HD lenses. Feel free to look at what we have in stock, so you find your next pair of HD glasses.
High Definition Eyeglasses FAQs
What are high-definition progressive lenses?
HD lenses are made through the use of digital technology, which has changed the game on how prescription eyeglasses are manufactured. Standard lenses can distort your vision, because they’re not made according to your visual needs. With HD lens glasses you can have them made according your visual needs. So, whether you’re a standard glasses wearer or use progressive lenses, you can get sharper vision.
What are the best lenses for eyeglasses?
The types of lenses you choose will determine how satisfied you are with your glasses, but choosing what will work best for you isn’t easy. There are a variety of lenses to choose from, but many people don’t take the time to think about how it will fit with the frames they want. Lenses were originally made with glass. But now, you can choose from a number of frames — from plastic and polycarbonate to a number of other lighter and scratch-resistant materials.
How can I tell if my progressive lenses are correct?
Most of the problems that people have with progressive lenses are because of fitting errors. Your optician will have you try them on, so he or she can make any final adjustments. The prescription has to be centered in the lens, so having them match with your eyes is critical. Otherwise, it will keep you from seeing clearly.
What are the advantages of progressive lenses?
Here are some of the advantages of HD progressive lenses:
- Sharper peripheral vision that more closely resembles natural sight.
- Digital precision that has been customized to fit your eyes.
- Thinner lenses that are lighter and look better.
- Shorter period of adjustment.
Be sure to speak to a professional for more information about the benefits of high-definition eyeglasses.
What is a digital progressive lens?
Progressive lenses can give you multifocal vision, so you can see things close up and at a distance. They allow you to see clearly at many distances without the need for a bifocal line. This need increases as we age, because the eyes have more trouble focusing on closer objects. This can result in the need for bifocals or separate reading glasses — that is, unless you get a pair of progressive lenses.
Feel free to look at what we have at Marvel Optics.