19 Dec Anti Glare Glasses
Anti Glare Glasses
Anti glare glasses are eyeglasses that have an anti-reflective coating applied to the lenses. Although it improves vision, reduces eye strain and makes your eyeglasses look better, it is often overlooked during the buying process. That’s because when it comes to buying new glasses, many people focus on the frames and forget about the lens. With so many styles to choose from, it’s easy to forget that glasses are used for a purpose. Remember, your eyeglasses need to do more than just look good, they need to work!
This is especially true when the glare from your computer screen makes your eyes feel strained. This not only has an impact on your ability to focus on the screen. It can also cause you to experience the symptoms of digital eye strain. For anyone who experiences dry, itchy eyes, blurred vision or prolonged headaches at work, chances are you might need to invest in some anti glare glasses.
You may already know that anti-reflective coatings make your glasses easier to clean. But what you might not know is how they also play a role in how you see, look, and how your eyes feel at the end of the day.
The Benefits of Anti-Reflective Coatings
You may already know that anti-reflective coatings make your glasses easier to clean. But what you might not know is how they also play a role in how you see, look, and how your eyes feel at the end of the day. That’s because, in an ordinary eyeglass lens, approximately 10% of visible light is reflected away and doesn’t reach the eye. As a result, it makes it difficult to see clearly.
But, with anti glare glasses, the eyeglass lens is treated with an anti-reflective coating that helps reduce glare. This allows approximately 99% of available light to reach the eye, providing clear and crisp vision. By eliminating reflections and glare visible to others, anti glare glasses will also appear thinner and more transparent. The visual benefits of lenses with an anti-reflective coating include sharper vision with less glare while driving at night and while using a computer.
Eyeglass Lens Coatings
There are a variety of coatings you can add to your eyeglass lenses to maintain optimal vision and comfort and to protect your lenses and eyes. Lens coatings can enhance the durability, performance, and appearance of your eyeglass lenses. And, the best ones can virtually eliminate the reflection of light from eyeglass lenses, allowing 99% of available light to pass through the lenses and enter the eye for good vision. So, before you buy new glasses, make sure you are getting the best anti glare glasses available.
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Crizal No-Glare Lenses
Crizal No-Glare lenses give you the clearest vision possible, so you’re ready for whatever comes your way—even nighttime glare.
The Best No Glare Lenses
Crizal No Glare lenses give you the clearest vision possible. There’s a reason why their lenses are worn by millions of people across the world. Industry-leading and patented technologies ensure that Crizal No-Glare lenses meet your standards and help provide you with superior protection against glare, scratches, smudges, and UV light.
Crizal No-Glare Lens Designs:
- Sapphire® 360º UV: reduces reflections from all directions, enhanced UV protection, and safer nighttime driving
- Prevencia: blocks blue light
- Avancé UV: enhanced scratch resistance and dust and dirt repellence
- Alizé UV: these lenses set the bar for smudge resistance
- Easy UV: lenses that are easier to clean that come with scratch protection
Eyeglass Options at Murata Eyecare
The most important part of the eyewear buying process is choosing the right eyeglass lenses. The quality of your lenses, their attributes, and their coatings contribute to how happy you are with your eyeglasses. So, whether you are getting your first pair of glasses or simply updating your prescription. Our eyecare team will help you decide which type of eyeglass lens is best for you and your unique lifestyle. Contact at (805) 522-7007 today to book an eye exam, or to learn more about your options.