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What Are Transitions Lenses?

Last updated 6 years ago

If you wear eyeglasses, you know how irritating it can be to switch between glasses and prescription sunglasses. Fortunately, an excellent option exists that can eliminate the need for an additional eye accessories while also protecting your eyes from the sun—Transitions Lenses.

What Are Transitions Lenses?

Transitions Lenses are specially treated with photochromic technology that causes them to darken when exposed to the sun's light, and then lighten again when you come inside. The transition is seamless, giving you appropriate levels of sun protection in any variety of lighting situations.

Who Can Benefit From Transitions Lenses?

Almost anyone who wears eyeglasses can benefit from Transitions Lenses. Children, teens, and adults of all ages can enjoy the benefits of the photochromic molecule application. Everyone’s eyes, regardless of their natural vision ability, need protection from the sun’s harmful rays. Transitions Lenses just make it easier for people who already wear eyeglasses.

What Kind of Eyeglasses Work With Transitions Lenses?

The beauty of Transitions Lenses is that they work with virtually every kind of frame, in any style or size you can imagine. You can put Transitions Lenses in eyeglasses that are the height of this season's fashions, or have them in traditional frames that never go out of style. Moreover, most prescriptions are compatible with Transitions. Even vision problems that require a very strong prescription won't stop you from enjoying the comfort, functionality, and technology these lenses offer.

Visit us at Wize Eyes in Long Island to see Transitions Lenses in action. We offer the latest styles of eyeglasses and the best brands of contacts lenses. You can even have your eye exam in our office as well, making us your one stop shop for all your vision care needs. For an appointment, call us at (888) 485-0076.


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