How to choose the best lens for your glasses?


You have a prescription with your current diopter and now you need glasses? You go into optics, and with surprise, you find that the lens is not one and two types. What do you need? Dioptric glasses are really many types and models, even if you need the most ordinary – white lens without absolutely no coatings. It differs in addition to the manufacturer/producer country and type of material used for the lens. And they are mineral (usually glass), organic (also called lightweight), polycarbonate (sturdy and resistant type of polymer) and trivex the most durable material for spectacle lens so far. Even if you are looking for simple glasses, you have a choice between these materials.

Benefits of different types of lens?

Minerals are the cheapest material, you can break them easily, but it’s harder to scratch them, their biggest problem is that they weigh a lot. Especially for larger dioptres. Organic lens is the most current at the moment. Extremely light, even with higher dioptres, you would hardly break them, but they would be easier to scratch. If you are careful at first with your glasses, there is nothing to worry about. But if you are not sure that you will protect them, best order them with hard-coated or anti-reflective coatings.

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There are antireflection models that are combined with solid coatings, some of which even have some of the best-known hard layers to date. The examples of such models are really many, but do not worry in any optics will help you. Check the website https://bettervision.bg for more details.

Trivex polycarbonate lens are the lens made from the hardest materials and are less vulnerable. Glasses of these two materials are particularly suitable for children or active sportsmen.

Anti-fleece glasses are among the most preferred glasses for everyday life, driving, sports, work or in front of the computer, because they remove reflections, glare and generally provide more eye-sight. Keep in mind that anti-reflection drops rapidly when used incorrectly, especially in the lower classes of spectacles.

There are, however, high-quality anti-reflective coatings that, despite the carelessness, will give you more time. Some models even have coverage for different time periods.

Glasses according to your diopters

If you have hypermetropia, you will appreciate the thinner glasses and those with an aspherical design. And one more thing – your eyes will no longer look so enlarged behind the glasses of the glasses. This is especially important for children, as glass with dioptres plus enlarges their eyes, and the effect is even more visible in small children’s frames.

With myopia, there is the opposite effect – the eyes look smaller behind the glasses of the glasses. Both cases of aspheric diopter glasses would help reduce this effect.

If you decide that you want your glasses to be darkened by the sun – these are the PHOTOSOLARTIC GLASS, also known as heliomatic and photochromic. Diversity is also great. They may be standard, depending on the type of glass and photo effect used for the model; they may also be fast-reacting, such as those with photo transitions (quickly darkening and lightening with minimal residual color). This is the patented technology of the US company Younger Optics and such a photo salon can also be anti-reflex, it can also be progressive, and so on.
The glasses you can choose from in the Optical Shop can also be PURPOSE, but with the diopter you need. The result is sun-like glasses with or without dioptres permanently stained as sunny. Such glasses can be found both with anti-reflective coating and polarized. You can check the variety of glasses on https://bettervision.bg/

You are about 40 years old and there is a need for two pairs of glasses – far and near? You need to know that in the aftermath of constantly changing the glasses to see something nearby, then the other pair to see something far away will bother you and you will probably seek a solution. And this is the combined glass. This type of glass may be, for example, bifocal – with a small segment with your diopter close to the bottom of the glass, it may also be progressive (the diopter goes from near diopters to the distance) and the glass looks quite normal and nothing it does not seem to be very multifocal. There are also many types and models. The team of BetterVision is always available to help you out.

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