What is AR Coating?
Anti-Reflective coating (often called AR coating) removes reflections from the front and back surfaces of eyeglass lenses. Perhaps you’ve noticed these reflections on the lenses of family members or co-workers. You’re distracted by the reflection in their lenses of overhead lights or the window behind you.
Do You Sell Eyewear Online?
No, prescription eyewear is classified as a prosthetic device, and as such, should be properly fitted to each person.
Why Do My Glasses Cause a Halo/Rainbow Effect in My Vision?
One very important property of an optical lens material is the Abbe value. It is a measure of the degree to which light is dispersed or separated when passing through a lens.
What Can Happen if the Doctor Doesn't Release My Glasses Prescription?
Doctor's Eyecare Center, Inc., of Dallas, Texas, and its president, have agreed to pay a $10,000 civil penalty to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they failed to provide many patients with a copy of their eyeglass prescription after completing an eye examination and that they unlawfully included on their prescription forms a waiver of liability as to accuracy.
Progressive lenses have a continual progression of power allowing for many various focal points giving vision at all distances from far to near. Some professionals are now calling Progressive Lenses Continual Lenses instead of the standard term.
What is a Dispensing Optician?
Dispensing opticians fit eyeglasses and contact lenses, following prescriptions written by ophthalmologists or optometrists.
Do I Have a Right to My Eyeglass Prescription?
If you, like many Americans, wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, you probably know that comparison shopping can help you find quality eyewear that meets your budget.
Prescription Release Form