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Buy Multifocal Prescription & Reading Glasses Online

Also called HD progressive, digital progressive, or freeform lenses, multifocal prescription lenses can change your life.

How? You won’t have to juggle multiple pairs of eyeglasses when you have multifocal lenses.

If you have never worn them, you may need some time to adjust to them. This doesn’t take long, though, and once you’ve adapted, you may never want single-strength lenses again.

Want the benefits of multifocal lenses in your sunglasses? Let’s make it happen! Check out our full selection of sunglasses and have them fitted with multifocal lenses today.

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What are multifocal glasses and what do they do?

Multifocal glasses are eyeglasses that have multiple prescription strengths within a single lens. They help correct vision at different distances. Most commonly, they treat presbyopia, a common vision condition that affects most people as they age.

This is contrary to single-vision lenses. Single-vision glasses have only one lens power throughout the entire lens. As such, they only correct vision at a single distance – either near, intermediate, or far.

In short, multifocal lenses allow the wearer to see clearly at various distances without having to switch between glasses.

What are the different types of multifocal glasses?

There are several types of multifocal glasses:

  • Bifocal lenses feature two distinct sections for near and far vision, separated by a visible line.
  • Trifocal lenses include three sections for near, middle, and far vision, also with visible lines.
  • Progressive lens glasses offer a gradual transition between multiple powers for near, intermediate, and distance vision. These lenses lack visible lines.

Learn more about the different types of lenses and coatings.

Which frames work with multifocal lenses?

You can fit most frames with multifocal lenses. However, you’ll get the best results with full-frame styles.

Our customers tend to prefer these frame types for multifocal lenses:

If you’re not sure which frames will best suit your face shape, try our face shape finder to narrow your options.

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Who should wear multifocal or progressive glasses?

Multifocal reading glasses are typically recommended for people over the age of 40. This is typically when someone tends to develop presbyopia, an age-related loss of near vision.

Due to the popularity of smart electronics, presbyopia is now affecting younger adults. As a result, people aged 35 and over can develop early onset presbyopia.

Multifocal glasses are for people who need correction for both near and far vision.

Children and teenagers can also wear them but should consult their eye doctor beforehand.

For some people with presbyopia, standard reading glasses will be enough. As usual, it’s best to talk with your doctor to find the best solution for you.

How do I know if I need multifocal glasses?

If you have trouble focusing on things up close and far away, you may need multifocal glasses.

Additionally, you might benefit from multifocal eyeglasses if:

  • You wear single-vision shortsighted or farsighted glasses but still need to hold the newspaper or book in your arms to read.
  • You squint while using the computer or reading.
  • You have trouble focusing on close-range objects because of your presbyopia.
  • You are over 40 and are developing presbyopia.
  • Your ophthalmologist offers them as a treatment option for your vision.

An eye exam with an optometrist or ophthalmologist is the best place to start. Your doctor can determine if multifocal lenses or progressive reading glasses are suitable for your vision needs.

What are common concerns with multifocal glasses?

While multifocal lenses are a great solution for many, there may be an adjustment period. This can vary from a few days to even a few weeks depending on your eyes’ sensitivity.

During the adjustment period, wearers may experience peripheral distortion or blurriness. It can also take time to get used to finding the right section of the lens for different tasks.

Headaches or eye strain during the adjustment period. Likewise, a sensation of dizziness or imbalance has been reported by some wearers.

Select wearers may find the visible lines aesthetically unappealing, though most don’t mind them.

Finally, multifocal lenses can have additional costs when compared to single-vision lenses. This is due to the complexity of the lens design and the technology used to create multiple focal areas within a single lens.

For most wearers, these early side effects clear up quickly and the extra costs are often worth it. If any of these matters concern you, you can rest easy because of our 100% Fit Guarantee.

Are multifocal or progressive lenses covered by insurance?

Coverage varies by insurance plan. Some vision insurance plans cover part or all of the cost of multifocal lenses. That said, it’s important to check with your provider to verify the details of your coverage.

Which activities or professions benefit most from multifocal glasses?

Professions and activities that require frequent changes in focus between near and far distances benefit the most.

  • Office work (computer and reading).
  • Teaching (switching focus between students and materials).
  • Healthcare professionals (examining patients and reading charts).
  • Driving (dashboard and road).
  • Craftsmanship or hobbies (sewing, painting, etc.).

Students can also take advantage of a multifocal eye prescription. If you have to use the computer for a long time or frequently look back and forth between books, a computer, and an instructor, you may find them useful.

Digital (HD) progressive lenses help you to read books, look at a computer, and see the front of a classroom with minimal effort. This can make a huge difference when it comes to reducing eye strain and fatigue.

If you really want to protect your eyes, consider blue light blocking lenses for your next pair of glasses.

How can I order multifocal or progressive glasses?

Ordering multifocal and progressive lenses at Yesglasses is easy.

  1. Find a frame style you like.
  2. Check the “Do you need Prescription Lenses?” box on the product page.
  3. Click “Select Lenses.”
  4. Choose “Eyeglass Lenses.”

From here, you’ll have the following options:

  • Free-form Progressive
  • Free-form Progressive - Blue Light Blocking Lenses
  • Bifocal
  • Bifocal - Blue Light Blocking Lenses

Note that you’ll need to provide us with your ADD value when you order bifocal lenses.

How To Read Your Eye Prescription

When choosing the frames of multifocal glasses, the lens height should be more than 30mm. This ensures there’s enough viewable area to use the far, middle and, near parts. As a rule, it’s typically better to choose full-size frames.

Remember: Higher-power lenses have thicker edges. Full-rim frames can cover the thickness of the lens edge perfectly.

As always, we’re here to help if you need us. Feel free to reach out by clicking the LiveChat option at the bottom corner of the page.

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