At Antelope Valley Optometric Center in Lancaster, California, the team realizes that eyeglasses are truly an extension of a person’s personality. Their skilled optometrists perform comprehensive eye exams to determine patients’ vision correction needs, and then they have a wide range of frames and lenses to choose from sure to accommodate every lifestyle. To schedule an appointment, use the only booking feature or call the Antelope Valley Optometric Center office directly today.
After one of the experienced optometrists at Antelope Valley Optometric Center performs a comprehensive eye exam and determines what vision correction is necessary, the next step is selecting the lenses. Because there are a variety of different lens types and each has its own unique properties, it's best to select the lens type first. Then, the team at Antelope Valley Optometric Center assists with the selection of frames that accommodate those lenses.
Antelope Valley Optometric Center offers the latest in high-tech lenses. Some of the most popular choices include:
BluTech lenses help combat the effects of constant screen time spent looking at phones, tablets, and computers. BluTech lenses block blue light from artificial sources, as well as natural ultraviolet (UV) light, to help protect from serious eye issues like the early onset of age-related macular degeneration.
Digital lenses are the most customized lenses available today. Digital lenses are fully optimized for each patient’s optical needs, allowing for the clearest vision possible. Multifocal digital lenses are also available.
One of the most advanced digital lenses is the Shamir Autograph® III digital progressive addition lenses. The team at Antelope Valley Optometric Center can customize Shamir Autograph III lenses for specific prescriptions. These lenses account for perceived viewing field differences between nearsighted and farsighted patients and also have built-in computer and reading areas.
Anti-glare lenses help reduce glare not only during the daytime, but also at night. This type of lens coating is virtually invisible.
Polarized lenses can reduce brightness and glare from windshields while driving, and they're also a great choice for outdoor enthusiasts, golfers, and bikers.
Transitions lenses darken while the person wearing them is outdoors and act as sunglasses, and then return to being clear once the person returns inside.
Antelope Valley Optometric Center is proud to offer lenses to fit a wide assortment of needs.
Antelope Valley Optometric Center offers hundreds of different eyeglasses frames. Some of the most popular options include:
Call the office or schedule an appointment online today to learn more the eye exam services and eyeglass options available at Antelope Valley Optometric Center.