Varifocal contact lenses in Preston are, for many, preferable to Lasik surgery and light years ahead of bifocal glasses. Older people especially find their eyes need help to see distance and close. The old standby, bifocals, would correct the nearsightedness with the top half of the lens and far-sighted malfunction with the lower half of the lens. Using such glasses was a struggle because of the need to constantly change the location of your focus from lens top to lens bottom. The Spectacle Factory has introduced their grateful clients to the miracle of varifocal contact lenses. No glasses needed. Each lens corrects distance, near and intermediate vision all in front of your pupil. This is an exciting option for those with multiple vision deficiencies.
You no longer have to bob your head up and down trying to find the exact spot on your bifocals through which you can focus best. For anyone interested in Preston, varifocal contact lenses are yours at The Spectacle Factory. Our optometrists will do a more thorough eye exam than you’ve ever had before so we can get the best prescription possible for your eyes. Eyes work like a camera, refracting light for clear vision. If there is an error in the way your eye refracts light, your vision may be blurry. Maybe you have more than one refraction error. Based on your prescription from our optometrists your contact lenses are fitted. Getting this right is crucial. The lenses must be made to precisely refract light to correct each refractive error in your eye.
Varifocal contact lenses in Preston is a product we at Spectacle Factory are pleased to offer as an option to our clients. Have a pair of glasses with lenses just as carefully made to give your eyes a rest from contact lenses. Wearing eyeglasses a few hours a day, like when you get home from work in the evening, will refresh your eyes. Whatever your preference in corrective lenses, The Spectacle Factory is where you want your eye exam. Contact us today for more information. We take advantage of all the latest technology to give you the sharpest and clearest vision possible.