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Our doctors recommend Varilux Progressive lenses for excellent vision at all distances.

As seen in the Medina Gazette, January 29, 2002:

You Can Benefit From New Multifocal Lens Designs

Timothy Milburn, O.D.
Annamarie Milburn, O.D.

Over the last 20 years, advances in optical lens designs have led to the introduction of progressive multifocal lenses, also called no-line bifocals. Progressive multifocal lenses allow normal vision at all distances: far, intermediate, and near.

This technology has constantly evolved over the years and many of our patients are now benefiting greatly from new lens designs that have become available in the last 12 months.

The latest advances in multifocal lenses allow for a 25% wider reading zone in the bottom of the lens. A wider reading channel improves your chances for success by reducing the adaptation time to a new prescription and by decreasing the amount of side-to-side head movements necessary while reading.

More than 90 percent of all progressive wearers adapt to their lenses quickly and greatly benefit from this lens design. If you are experiencing trouble reading for the first time, or if you are not satisfied with your current bifocal or progressive lenses, then it’s time for something new.

Explore your options with your eye care professional and remember that for the best possible vision, ask for the best possible progressive multifocal lens.