Multifocal Lenses at Eyeglass World
Often those who require prescription glasses need a varying strength of lens depending on distance. Lenses that assist in distance vision may not allow the same person to focus clearly when reading up close.
In 1784, Benjamin Franklin was tired of having to change glasses when he needed to look at something up close, and as a result he invented a single pair of spectacles that contained two lenses of varying strength for each eye.
If this sounds familiar, bifocal or other multifocal lenses may be the right choice for you. Call to schedule an eye exam* at Eyeglass World today and get your frames the same day+ with most prescriptions!
Eyeglass World also offers progressive lenses** which start with the wearer’s distance vision prescription strength at the top of the lens and get stronger towards the bottom. This configuration accommodates reading and other up-close vision tasks that require additional magnification.
In addition to the traditional bifocal, multifocal, and progressive eyeglasses at Eyeglass World, we also offer bifocal, multifocal and progressive lens sunglasses**, safety eyewear and contact lenses.
**Offer includes select frames and single vision uncoated plastic lenses on both pairs, for the same person. 2 for $158 offer includes select frames and no-line bifocal plastic lenses on both pairs, for the same person. 2 for $138 offer includes select frames and lined bifocal plastic lenses on both pairs, for the same person. Sunglasses can be used with offer if lenses are prescription or upgraded (i.e. Polarized, Drivewear®, etc.). Frame value for free pair still applies at $199.95, even if choosing sunglasses as the free pair. Cannot be combined with any other discount, coupon or insurance plan.