Single Vision & Multifocal

Sears Optical offers a wide selection of lenses to meet any prescription and lifestyle need. Remember, the look, the feel and the function of your new glasses depend on the lens features you choose.

Single Vision
Single Vision lenses have only one correction or prescription for each eye, unlike bifocals which are an example of multifocal lenses. Whether you are farsighted or nearsighted, there are many options for enhancing the comfort and function of your new glasses.

Multifocal lenses, have more than one correction prescription for each eye. Multifocal lenses can be either bifocal or trifocal. Bifocal lenses have two different corrections, one to help you see better both up close and another for far away. Trifocal lenses add a correction for the intermediate range.

You'll have many choices of lens options to make wearing multifocal lenses easier and more attractive than ever before. No-line progressive lenses provide a natural transition of prescription change and traditional multifocal lenses provide distinct viewing areas. Plus, there is a wide range of materials to choose from.