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You Will Like What You See When You Choose High-Index Lenses

When it comes to looking for a new pair of eyeglass lenses, it is not as simple as it used to be. Your options are no longer just plastic or glass. There are more options to choose from.

Since the options are not the same as they used to be, we want to provide you with as much information as possible so you can make the right choice whenever you are ready to choose your lens options.

If you want lenses that are thin and light, you definitely have to consider high-index lenses. Almost every person will be able to see some benefits from using lighter and thinner eyeglass lenses.

A great thing about high-index lenses is that they can be 50 percent or more thin than the traditional plastic and glass lenses. These lenses are also lighter, which means they will not be uncomfortable on your face like some other lenses may be.

If you have a strong prescription for eyeglasses, you can greatly benefit from high-index lenses. These lenses can make a huge difference in the appearance, regardless of the frame type you choose. There are various high-index lenses available today in different price ranges.

Some of the most popular lens designs are made of high-index material, and they are listed below:

When you visit your doctor or your optician, he or she will be able to help you make a decision on which lens designs to choose from, based on the prescription you were given.

If your doctor or optician has given you a strong eyeglass prescription, high-index lenses will offer several benefits, including the following:

  • When you choose lenses made of high-index material, the lenses will be thinner than your previous lenses
  • When you choose lenses made of high-index material, your lenses will be lighter than your previous lenses
  • You will not have to worry about how your eyesight will be impacted; the lenses will be stronger

The main types of high-index lenses are:

1.67 high-index lenses: These lenses are amazingly thin lenses. These lenses are about 20 percent less thick than the 1.60 high-index lenses. For those who like to wear rimless frames, these lenses are a great option.

1.74 high-index lenses: These lenses are very thin. Right now, these are the thinnest type of lenses that you will be able to find. When you compare them to the 1.67 high-index lenses, the 1.74 high-index lenses are about 10 percent thinner.

Additional Benefits Of Wearing High-Index Lenses

  • The lenses do a great job of absorbing UV; the lenses can absorb 100% of both UVA and UVB
  • You will not have to worry about people thinking your eyes are sticking out like those of a bug because they are flat and not thick like glasses you may have worn in previous years
  • If you think your lenses could be prone to scratches, wearing high-index lenses will be your best option because of its ability to resist scratches

The coke bottle lenses may have been the look that everyone loved many years ago, but not too many people will enjoy wearing those type of lenses now. This is why 1.67 and 1.74 high-index lenses are so popular.

Not too many people want to wear eyeglasses that are thick and heavy, especially with the availability of lenses and frames that are appealing and trendy.

As you can see, there are many reasons for you to ask your doctor or optician about high-index lenses. The benefits can be too great to resist inquiring about. If you want amazing lenses to go with your stylish and trendy frames, ask about high-index lenses. You will not be disappointed.

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