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 Are bifocals considered corrective lenses?

Answer Yes, bifocals are considered corrective lenses. A bifocal lens has two different focal lengths. Eyeglasses with bifocal lenses will help correct the eyes for both distant and close vision simultane... Read More »
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How to Wear Corrective Lenses?

Anybody who has worn glasses for a lengthy part of their lives will know how irritating they can become. They steam up when you eat or drink something hot, either slip off of your nose constantly o... Read More »
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Progressive lenses vs. bifocals?

Bifocals have 2 focal points, one for near, one for far. The progressive lens gives you the intermediate distance also that a bifocal can't do.The reading area of a bifocal is always going to be wi... Read More »
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What is the difference between progressive lenses&bifocals?

Bifocals and progressive lenses are closely related in that they both work for people who need more than one type of vision correction. There are, however, several key differences.AppearanceThe loo... Read More »
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What Is the Difference Between Progressive Lenses & Bifocals?

Although bifocals and progressive lenses both help with reading and close work, these similar but different types of glasses lenses work differently.
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