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Your local trusted optometrist
At In One Vision, we understand and guarantee that the accuracy of our prescriptions is very important. That’s why we provide our clients with lenses of exceptional quality to improve their vision.
We know choosing the right lens may be overwhelming. Our friendly and knowledgeable team is here to offer our expertise in prescribing and selecting the perfect lens which is best suited to your lifestyle needs and eye conditions.
Whether you’re nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, it’s important to wear prescription lenses that are specifically tailored to your needs. Your eyes are a complex system, and when one part isn’t working correctly, it can have a ripple effect on your vision and overall health.
First and foremost, wearing the right prescription lenses will improve your vision. If you’re not seeing as clearly as you should be, it can be difficult to do things like read or drive. With the right lenses, you’ll be able to see more clearly and accurately, which can make a big positive difference in your everyday life.
Not only that, but wearing the wrong prescription lenses can actually make your condition worse – this is why it’s important to consult with an eye care professional to make sure you’re getting the right lenses.
For instance, if you have myopia but don’t wear glasses or contacts with a strong enough prescription, you could develop an increased risk for retinal detachments and glaucoma. And if you have astigmatism but don’t wear toric lenses (which are specially designed to correct this condition), you could experience headaches, eyestrain, and even nausea due to the distortion of your vision.
When it comes to your eyesight, it’s important to get the best care possible – wearing the wrong prescription lenses is simply not worth risking your vision over. If you’re not sure what type of lenses you need, our fully qualified and highly experienced optometrists are here to help you make an informed decision about the right lenses for your specific eye condition and visual needs.
Taking care of your eye health
Computer glasses reduce digital eye strain and help alleviate headaches and blurred vision. Computer glasses are a good option for you if you spend a significant amount of time in front of a screen for work and study.
This coating reduces the likelihood of your lenses getting scratched. This increases the longevity of the lenses and minimises replacement. The anti-scratch coating is best if you have an active lifestyle with sport or work.
Multifocal lenses allow you to see at all distances. These lenses contain sections with gradual changes so you can see at a distance (driving and television), intermediate (computer) and near (reading).
By blocking harmful UV rays, the UV coating protects your eyes from sun damage.
The anti-dust coating creates a protective barrier from dust and dirt to avoid a disruption of clear vision. The anti-dust option is best suited if you spend time in dusty environments, such as construction sites.
Designed to appear thin and light, these lenses are best suited if you have a high spectacle prescription.
Bifocal lenses allow you to see at a distance (driving and television) and at near (reading), through two distinct sections of the same lens.
Single vision lenses are designed to provide clear vision at a certain distance. This can be for further away (driving and television), intermediate (computer) or near (reading).
A blue light coating acts to protect your eyes from reflections off digital devices. This coating is great if you spend a significant amount of time looking at digital screens.
The water repellent coating reduces the likelihood of issues with water, rain and sweat on your lenses. The coating can also reduce fogging of the lenses.
This type of lens is designed to give a wider range of vision to those who are constantly moving between intermediate and near working distances. This lens is perfect in an office environment where you would need to see across the room as well as your screen.
Antireflective coatings eliminate distracting reflections from the front and back surface of your lenses. More light can then pass through the lenses, allowing clearer vision. AR coatings not only make your spectacles look better, they can reduce eye strain and lower reflections from artificial lights, especially at night.
Photochromic lenses protect your vision in any sort of light condition. These lenses adapt to UV rays and will turn dark outdoors, protecting your eyes from harmful sun damage. Returning indoors, they will become clear again.
Using a special filter, polarised sunglasses reduce unwanted glare and bright reflections when outdoors. Polarised sunglasses are a suitable option if you spend time doing activities outside and even for driving.