Are you experiencing any of the following
You bifocals do not provide intermediate vision for your
The center - intermediate segment - of your progressives
or trifocals is too small for comfortable monitor viewing.
The top - distance segment - of your glasses is not in focus
for your monitor.
You find yourself lifting your head and bending forward to use
the bottom - near segment - for viewing the monitor.
You are experiencing, neck and back pain, along with eye
strain when using the computer.
We offer two unique solutions for multi-focal prescription
- We convert your prescription to Computer/readers with Sola Access lenses.
The bottom of the lens will have a large, wide reading area. The intermediate
segment will be moved to the top of the lens, for a wide, easy to use segment
for viewing the computer and other intermediate distances. NOTE: The Sola lens does NOT provide distance vison.
You will still need you regular glasses for distance viewing.
- Computer clip-ons are a cost-effective solution for computer
vision. The clip-on will provide intermediate strength through the top
-distance segment - of your glasses. Flip the clips up and out of the way
or quickly remove them for distance viewing.