A vast array of factors, technologies and wearer data are incorporated into the calculation of the design and transferred into the freeform production of ZEISS progressive lenses, ensuring faster adaptation. Current and first-time progressive lens wearers can experience high-quality, natural vision right from the start.
May 29, 2019 · Just curious. We don't do any 1.74 lens here, all the high index that we use is 1.67. HOYA has the clarity and harmony in the ID lifestyle. The clarity is suppose to be better for first time progressive wearers and the harmony is suppose to be better for normal wearers. I have put a few people in the ID Mystyle with great success.
I'm in my mid-40s, have two young kids. I'm quite nearsighted. Before kids I wore contact lenses--much more flattering on me then glasses. But now I wear glasses all the time because I can't read with contacts. (Too farsighted. Glasses work better but it's getting worse--sometimes I need to take off the glasses to read fine print.
Zense™: A new dimension in progressive lenses, for quick and easy adaptation, provides excellent contrast and comfort, at all distances.The expanded reading zone is ideal for digital devices, making Zense perfect for first-time progressive lenses wearers.
For first-time progressive lens wearers, there is a stigma that it takes a bit of time to adjust to a lens that holds multiple prescriptions. This is often still an issue if places use old technology lenses or don’t take careful measurements to assure the proper placement on the lens in the frame.
Dual power progressive lens. Recommended for: Current progressive wearers seeking maximized visual comfort. Presio Go Digital Digital aspheric progressive lens. Recommended for: First time progressive lens wearer. Digilife A wider intermediate progressive lens for digital lifestyle. Recommended for: Varifocal wearers who use digital devices ...
It's important to note, however, that the first time you wear progressive lenses, you may notice a soft blur in your peripheral vision through the lower half of the lenses, to the right and left of the intermediate and near zones. If this occurs, the sensation typically will go away after you wear the lenses full-time for several days.
Chronic allergies may lead to permanent damage to the tissue of your eye and eyelids. If left untreated, it may even cause scarring of the conjunctiva, the membrane covering the inner eyelid that extends to the whites of the eyes. Ocular allergies can make contact lens wear almost impossible and are among the many causes of contact lens drop-out.