You have probably heard about many of the different eyeglass lenses now available and how they can help you to see well. This is very exciting news for many patients whose eyes are not able to readily adjust to different ranges of vision. If you are interested in learning about progressive lenses and how they can help you see better, come visit us at Metropolitan Optical to learn more about Washington D.C. eyeglass lenses.
At Metropolitan Optical we not only offer a full range of eyeglass frames, but we offer great choices for prescription lenses. At Metropolitan Optical Dr. Saba Ayalew is our highly-trained optometrist. Our expert opticians are Jessica Frye and Julia Fuentes. We know the importance of providing patients with lenses of the highest quality and for that reason we have partnered with experts in Washington D.C. eyeglass lenses such as HOYA, Zeiss and Varilux.
We offer the best Washington D.C. eyeglass lenses available. Unlike conventional progressive lenses, the digitally fabricated progressive lens is computer generated. This allows our progressive lenses to provide concise, perfect vision for our patients. Digitally fabricated lenses also offer a substantially wider field of vision. What this means for you is a significantly decreased amount of eye strain. It will even help you see better in reduced lighting situations, or when driving at night. Our computerized progressive lenses will also make your everyday life more comfortable when you need to see small print clearly. Wearing eyeglasses with progressive lenses also means that your glasses will not have the line where the prescription changes values. You eyeglasses will no longer announce to the world the fact that you need reading glasses and are using bifocals! Also, many people simply feel that progressive lenses are more attractive since they do not have a line in the middle of them. Progressive lenses provide a more natural vision correction; they actually combine a seamless progression of many lens powers so that you will see clearly in all viewing distances. If you are interested in getting progressive lenses for your eyeglasses, contact us to make an appointment with our optometrist.