STATE OF THE ART LENS TECHNOLOGY
We feature a quality selection of fashionable eyeglasses and premium lenses. Serving greater Delaware, OH, our office is conveniently located at at 12 Lexington Blvd., Delaware, Ohio, 43015, so it’s easy to stop by and benefit from our exceptional vision products.
Our optical staff looks forward to helping you select the best eyewear for your vision prescription, lifestyle requirements, and unique fashion taste! Eyeglasses need to give you sharp vision and a flattering look for your face.
All patients, new and returning, are treated with patience and no pressure to reach a hasty decision. Superior customer service is our goal, and we want you to be thrilled with your eyewear and your experience in our Delaware, Ohio office!
Hoyalux iD LifeStyle V+
Hoyalux iD LifeStyle V+ customised progressive lenses provide clear, relaxed vision for all distances as well as natural progression between near, intermediate and far. What’s more, Hoyalux iD LifeStyle V+ X-Act considers the way you wear your frame, ensuring you have the right correction exactly where you need it.
Featuring best-in-class HOYA Free-Form™ backside surfacing technology, HOYALUX Array lenses feature a custom-built lens design optimized to your individual prescription. Effective now, HOYALUX Array Wrap is available for all your athletes and those patients choosing sun protection with wide frame wraps.
HOYALUX ARRAY AND ARRAY WRAP BENEFITS:
- HOYA Free-Form backside surfacing technology utilized on a wide variety of materials, semi-finished single-vision lenses, and colors
- Optimized for individual prescription for greatest performance of the lens design
- Wider viewing area for both myopic and hyperopic patients
- Sharp, clear images not distorted by elliptical errors from conventional surfacing
- Superior vision at all distances
- Larger cut outs make clear and sun options easy to order
Hoya Computer Progressive Lenses
An ergonomic lens for office work. Due to its clear distance view, it is also a perfect solution for golfing and other specialist hobbies or professions.
The Premium Computer progressive lenses are designed specifically for prolonged visual tasks, like working inside an office, to help alleviate eyestrain and even reduce fatigue. These lenses maximize the visual range and focus at arm's length distances, providing a clearer viewing zone up to 5 times larger than conventional eyeglass lenses.
Recharge™ AR treatment
The Recharge™ AR treatment reduces blue light emitted by electronic devices like smartphones, tablets, TVs and even energy efficient light bulbs by 10 percent compared to conventional AR treated lenses. This helps alleviate eye strain, headaches, fatigue, blurred vision and can even improve patients’ sleeping habits.
Recharge lenses also provide all the benefits of Super HiVision EX3, including substrate matching technology and the same overall transmittance, while offering the same scratch resistance and hydrophobic performance of View Protect, making Recharge the perfect match to package with modern lens designs like TACT and SYNC.
Recharge blocks up to 10% of harmful blue light waves emitted by electronic devices and helps alleviate eyestrain, headaches, fatigue and blurred vision. Recharge can also improve sleeping patterns.
Adapt to all light conditions
It is no coincidence that Hoya’s photochromic lenses are called Sensity. They darken outdoors in all light conditions. Whether you are standing in direct sunlight or in the shade, Sensity lenses react to their surroundings automatically.
What’s more, they are perfectly equipped to deal with flare and glare, without impacting contrast or colour perception.
Step inside and Sensity lenses quickly fade back to full clarity again – no need to wait or switch your glasses. This is light sensitivity at its best!
Advances in eyeglass lenses
You have many options when choosing the lenses for your eyeglasses. Among the most popular types of lenses and lens options prescribed today are:
- Aspheric lenses, which have a slimmer, more attractive profile than other lenses. They also eliminate that magnified, “bug-eye” look caused by some prescriptions.
- High index lenses, which are made of new materials that enable the lenses to be noticeably thinner and lighter than regular plastic lenses.
- Polycarbonate lenses are thinner, lighter and up to 10 times more impact-resistant than regular plastic lenses. These lenses are great for safety glasses, children’s eyewear, and for anyone who wants lightweight, durable lenses.
- Photochromic lenses are sun-sensitive lenses that quickly darken in bright conditions, and quickly return to a clear state in ordinary indoor lighting.
- Polarized lenses diminish glare from flat, reflective surfaces (like water) and also reduce eye fatigue.
- Anti-reflective coatings are among the most popular add-ons for lenses. They can dramatically improve the look and comfort of your glasses by minimizing the amount of light that reflects off the surface of your lenses, which also has the added benefit of reducing glare and thus easing eye fatigue.
- Other lens coatings include scratch-resistant, ultraviolet treatment, and mirror coatings.
Eyeglass lenses for presbyopia
Presbyopia is the normal, age-related loss of near focusing ability that makes reading and other close-up tasks more difficult after age 40.
This means that the usual type of eyeglass lenses you've likely been accustomed to wearing, known as single vision lenses, no longer will work well for you.
Multifocal eyeglass lenses available for presbyopia correction include:
- Bifocals: Lenses with two powers – one for distance and one for near – separated by a visible line.
- Trifocals: Lenses with three powers for seeing at varying distances – near, intermediate and far – separated by two visible lines.
- Progressive lenses: These lenses have many advantages over bifocals and trifocals because they allow the wearer to focus at many different distances, not just two or three. Because they have no lines, progressive lenses allow a smooth, comfortable transition from one distance to another.
If you see well in the distance without the need for eyeglasses, simple reading glasses with single vision lenses may be all you need to deal with near vision problems caused by presbyopia.
Delaware, OH 43015
- Phone: 740-369-2020
- Monday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
- Friday: Closed
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
We're closed every day from noon to 1:00 PM for lunch