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Non-Glare Lenses

Dcotr inspecting lenses(also known as anti-glare) In simple terms the coating is actually layers of filters on the front and back surface of lenses that allow all of the light to pass through the lens instead of bouncing back out as reflection. They are durable, easy to clean, and resist surface static. The most important feature is that the filter increases the amount of light that passes through the lens so you have clearer visual acuity, sharper than before. Non-glare lens coatings make your lenses look almost invisible. and Two options of non-glare for you to choose same warranty replacement policy

Polarized Lenses

Squint no more! In simplest terms a polarized lens is a high tech sunglass filter that eliminates glare and allows light to pass through the lens in only one direction (like mini blinds). It also provides 100% UV protection for your eyes. Without doubt, it’s the lens of choice for driving, fishing, and skiing, golfing and all sunny outdoor activities.

Photo Chromatic Lenses

Photochromic lenses are lenses that are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken automatically when exposed to sunlight. The most popular brand of photochromic lenses sold in the United States are Transitions Lenses. Photochromic lenses are commonly referred to as "transitions lenses". But there are other brands of photochromic lenses available as well. The molecules responsible for causing photochromic lenses to darken are activated by the sun's ultraviolet radiation. Because UV rays penetrate clouds, photochromic lenses will darken on overcast days as well as sunny days. Photochromic lenses typically will not darken inside a vehicle because the windshield glass blocks most UV rays. Recent advancements in technology allow some photochromic lenses to activate with both UV and visible light, providing some darkening behind the windshield. Ask your optician for details.

Computer Lenses

These new technology lenses are designed for your eyes to relax at the computer. They are designed to give you comfort and vision for close and intermediate distances. While these lenses are primarily designed for computer use, they work great for anyone requiring clear intermediate and near vision, such as musicians, architects, accountants, surgeons, and many others. They are available in plastic, glass and polycarbonate, single vision as well as progressive lenses too.

Progressive Lenses

Distance, intermediate and reading prescriptions in one pair of glasses for all your vision needs. The technology behind these lenses has evolved to precision so virtually anyone can now comfortably wear their progressives all day with absolute natural ease.
Customized progressive lenses: These progressive lenses are the first lenses to be designed specifically and uniquely for each individual wearer. We will measure your head and eye measurements and Rx parameters and design completely customized progressive lenses just for you. Here at Ritz EyeCare we use Varilux and Unity Products.


They are the strongest of all the optical lenses, these are recommended by the FDA for sports and safety and work best with most rimless frame styles. Hi-Index Lenses: These thin lenses come in wide range of choices – especially for strong prescriptions but all are basically flatter front base curves, resulting in thinner lighter lenses. They offer superior optics and can be easily used when rimless and thinner metal frames are being worn. Think about your lifestyle needs and ask if these are missing from your wardrobe.


is a plastic polymer commonly used in the manufacture of eyeglass lenses. The abbreviation stands for "Columbia Resin #39", which was the 39th formula of a thermosetting plastic developed by the Columbia Resins project in 1940. CR-39 plastic has an index of refraction of 1.498 and an Abbe number of 58. CR-39 is now a trade-marked product of PPG Industries. CR-39 should not be confused with polycarbonate, a tough homopolymer usually made from bisphenol A

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Ultra Violet Protection

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