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DecorMyEyes.com offers the following types of prescription lenses.
Just the standard factory Demo Lens. : Each frame that we sell comes with the factory stock "demo" lens. Generally the factory demo lens is a plastic lens that has the brand name writen at the bottom right side of the frame.
Frame with Clear Lens (No Prescription). : Do you want a lens that has no prescription but is great for fashion purposes? The Clear lens is the lens for you. You will have be able to choose from a wide variety of non prescription clear lenss on the next page.
Standard Magnification Drug Store Lens. : Even if you have great vision today, you may still find yourself having trouble reading very small print. By adding a non prescriptive magnification lens with a higher strength power, you will never squint again. You will have the ability to choose your strength power on the next page.
Distance, Reading or Single Vision Prescription Lens : A single vision eyeglass prescription is a standard prescription written by an optician for eyeglasses. It specifies the refractive power to which the eyeglasses are to be made in order to correct blurred vision due to refractive errors, including myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia.

Single vision lenses are the most common type of eyeglass lenses. They are used for seeing objects in the distance (over four feet), and are good for all-around, every day use such as for reading,driving, shopping, sporting activities, and walking. On the next page you will be able to enter in your prescription so that our lab can develop your custom lens.
Bifocals Lens. : Having one segment for near vision and one segment for far vision. Multifocals let you focus through different prescriptions at different distances through the same lens hence the name. Bifocals (meaning a lens with two points of focus usually one for distance and one for near) are the most commonly prescribed multifocal lenss. Bifocals are usually prescribed for those of us over the age of 40 who have lost their ability to focus on close work. They are a convenience, but are not necessary if your lifestyle needs can be met with single vision glasses.
Progressive lens / No Line Bifocal Lens. : Progressive lenss, sometimes referred to as no-line bifocals, not only provide visual correction for distances that traditional bifocals cant, but they also hide the fact that you even need reading glasses. No one else has to know whether youre sporting a pair of glasses just for fashion or because your arms have "grown too short" to allow you to see up close.

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