Polycarbonate lenses are durable, lightweight and provide 100% UV protection. Learn how the right lens coatings and frames can enhance your polycarbonate lenses.
Both eyeglass lens materials are light and impact-resistant. Dr. Gary Heiting helps you compare polycarbonate vs. Trivex lenses to see which is best for you.
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Also free with single-vision prescriptions is the 1.57 mid-index lens. This lens is often described as “polycarbonate composite,” because in addition to polycarbonate the lens is composed of other polymers and resins that keep the lens thinner than the 1.50 lens. Its range is -4.00 2.00 or lower on the SPH
The most basic lens, often referred to as CR-39 lenses (though that is a PPG owned brand monomer), replaced glass as the original lens material.
Benefits: Varied materials; thin, durable lens. Composite lenses incorporate polycarbonate, Trivex , and other ophthalmic materials. Designed to accommodate most eyeglass wearers, lightweight composite lenses are compatible with most protective treatments, including no-glare, photochromic and scratch-resistant
Polycarbonate is a durable material. Although it has high impact-resistance, it has low scratch-resistance. Therefore, a hard coating is applied to polycarbonate eyewear lenses and polycarbonate exterior automotive components. The characteristics of polycarbonate compare to those of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA,
In this segment I am going to talk about the different choices of material that lenses are available in. This is another subject that was sparked by a previous comment on a prior post. The subject was “ do I really need that, scratch resistant coating”. In that post I stated that everyone needs scratch resistant
Composite lenses incorporate polycarbonate, trivex, and other ophthalmic materials. How to tell the difference between a polycarbonate lens vs. Designed to accommodate 2 apr 2016 there are more options in lens materials than ever available patients looking for a cosmetically desirable, comfortable.