Glasses & Eyewear Q & A

What are the different types of eyeglass lenses available?

Pack Optical offers the latest designer eyewear collections in a range of fashionable colors, styles, and materials, including stainless steel, plastic, and titanium. There are a number of different frames and lenses to choose from.

Anti-reflective lenses

Anti-reflective lenses eliminate glare and allow more light to get to your eyes.

Transition lenses

Transition lenses respond to changing light and protect you from the sun. They turn darker when you transition from being indoors to the bright sunlight outside, acting like sunglasses.

Progressive lenses

Progressive lenses typically have three prescriptions in one pair of glasses. With one pair, you can see objects that are near, far, and in between. Progressive lenses are sometimes called multifocal lenses. The transition between the parts of the lenses is seamless and shows no lines, unlike many of the traditional bifocal and trifocal lenses. Progressive lenses can effectively correct your vision at all distances.

Polarized lenses

Polarized lenses have a special filter that decreases glare and blocks intense reflected light.

Polarized lenses

Polarized lenses have a special filter that decreases glare and blocks intense reflected light.

Polycarbonate Lens

To correct your vision, bifocal lenses have two distinct viewing areas and points of focus, such as distance and near.

There are also other types of lenses, polycarbonate lenses are up to 10
times more impact resistant than regular lenses. These lenses also decrease
the thickness of the lenses as well.

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  • Polo

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  • Michael Kors®

  • Tory Burch

  • Burberry

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  • Columbia

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  • Lactose

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Frames can be adjusted with special in-office methods. Pack Optical​​​​​​​ also offers prescription sunglasses that can protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet radiation.