Quality Eye Care

Lens Options

There's much more to spectacle lenses than you would expect


Lenses that go clear inside and turn dark when they are exposed to UV light.

Multicoats (anti-reflective coatings):

A coating that cuts down light reflections off your spectacle lens surface.

High Index Lenses:

Lenses that are made of thinner and lighter materials.

Aspheric Lenses:

Lenses that are flatter, thinner and lighter.

Grind Lenses:

Lenses that are flatter, thinner and lighter.

Single Vision Lenses:

Lenses that focus at one particular distance (used generally for patients under 40 years or for those who only need reading glasses).

Bifocal Lenses:

Lenses that have a focus for distance and near and have a line on the lens.

Multifocal (Progressive) Lenses:

Lenses that have no line and focus gradually from distance to intermediate to near.

Digitally Surfaced Multifocal Lenses:

Newer technology multifocal lenses that are easier to adapt to as they have a wider corridor of clear vision (less peripheral distortion) and an easier graduation from distance to near.

Extended Focus Readers:

Ideal for computer users or in an office situation as they have a focus for both near work and intermediate (or computer) work.

We prefer to use quality prescription lenses supplied by these suppliers. We do endeavour to access a range of prescription lenses which fit each patients budget. Being an independent Optometrist we do prescribe the most suited lens for your visual needs. We also have a lens option suitable for most budgets. Our Optometrist and dispensers are well trained to advise you on the best lens for your chosen frame and your prescription.

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Beaudesert Medical Centre
47 William Street, Beaudesert, Qld, 4285