Fenton Vision’s Lenses and Frames
A brief description
Selecting your lenses and frames is a very personal choice and can be overwhelming. A wide variety of options are available that can be tailored to your vision, personal style,and daily activities like, reading, driving, and playing sports. Here at Fenton Vision, we make the selection easy for you due to our experience and expertise in making and fitting glasses our patients love. For help, schedule an appointment with your eye care provider and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.
Here at Fenton Vision, our staff knows that all people are unique, so everyone’s glasses need to be too. From comfort, to style, to function, we are here to help you find the glasses best suited to you. By consulting our eye-care professionals, you’ll get the best combination of design, material, and treatments for your visual needs.
Selecting the right eyeglass lens depends mostly on its function. From single vision lenses to progressive polycarbonate lenses, we are happy to help you find what best suits you.Your eye care provider can determine what types of lenses will work best for you in terms of comfort, function and design.
When choosing a frame, physical appearance and personal preferences dictate the size, shape, and color of the frame you choose.You may be someone in need of more than one pair of glasses, for example, one for everyday wear and one for outdoor activities. We are happy to help you select frames for any activity and make the selection process easier for you. Here at Fenton Vision, we offer Rayban, Oakley, Nano, Pro Design, Gant, Swavorski, Carrera, Flexon, Ovvo, Coach, Juicy Couture, Silhouette, and Harley Davison frames, as well as safety packages and a wide variety of sports goggles.
Sunglasses are very important to your eyes’ health, as they provide 100 % protection from UV radiation, which can cause cataracts and retinal damage. You can customize your sunglasses to meet your visual, protection, performance and comfort needs. For example, our polarized sunglass lenses reduce glare, making colors and detail easier to see, reducing squinting, eye fatigue, and eye strain.
Glare (light bouncing off the lense) is a common problem of those wearing glasses, especially at night. Glare can prevent 7-14% of the light needed for optimal vision from reaching your eyes.
Anti-reflective lenses reduce glare by allowing more light to reach your eye, resulting in a clearer image.