Eye Glasses

Revision Optix

Optometrists and Vision Therapy Centers located in Simpsonville, SC & Greenville, SC

At ReVision Optix in Greenville and Simpsonville, South Carolina, you can find highly personalized optometric services and quality vision care products, including durable and fashionable designer eyeglasses. Optometrists Sean M. Stevens, OD, and Tiffany Brawner, OD, utilize the latest advanced technology, innovative designs, and top-quality brands to give you the best eye care and a premium selection of eyewear to enhance your vision in style. If you’re in need of new glasses, call ReVision Optix or book online today.

Eye Glasses Q & A

What types of eyeglass lenses are available?

ReVision Optix offers the latest European and American designer eyewear collections you can purchase in-house, such as Kate Spade® and Coach®, with a wide spectrum of attractive styles, colors, and materials, including titanium, plastic, and stainless steel.

You can choose from an array of different frames and lenses. ReVision Optix also offers sunglasses and eyewear for children.

Anti-reflective

Anti-reflective lenses can eliminate glare and allow more light to get to your eyes.

Progressive lenses

Progressive lenses transition smoothly between parts with varying focal lengths to seamlessly correct your vision at all distances.

Transitions

Transition lenses respond to changing light and act like sunglasses to protect you from the sun. Transitions turn darker when you move from indoors to the bright sunlight outside.

Polarized lenses

Polarized lenses have a special filter that blocks intense reflected light and reduces glare.

Bifocal lenses

Bifocal lenses offer two distinct viewing areas to correct vision.

High index and aspheric

High index and aspheric lenses are specially manufactured to be lighter in weight and thinner at the edges.

Many lenses offer crystal-clear vision and are especially resistant to scratches and smudges. Other types of lenses include polycarbonate lenses that are up to 10 times more impact resistant than traditional plastic lenses and photochromic lenses that alternate from clear to dark based on the intensity of UV radiation.

Which eyeglasses are right for me?

Your optometrist can help you to choose the right glasses. When trying out a pair of glasses, it’s useful to consider the following things:

  • How well do they help you see?
  • How comfortable are they when you’re wearing them?
  • How much do you like the aesthetics and how they look?
  • Are there other any other benefits, such as anti-glare or polarized lenses?
  • Are they within your budget?

If these factors are satisfied, you’ve likely found the right glasses. Remember that frames can be conveniently adjusted using special in-office methods, and there are ways to take exact measurements of the specific areas of your face.

What are the benefits of prescription glasses?

Prescription glasses provide many benefits and can improve your vision in a way that’s fun, practical, and stylish.

Modern technology brings far more comfortable, effective, fashionable, and durable prescription eyewear. You might also want to have an extra set of glasses that you can use for activities like driving or reading.

Discover your eyeglass options and get the quality optometric care you deserve, call ReVision Optix or book online today.

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