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Depending on how your eyes age, you may find it useful to consider bifocals or progressives.
If you find yourself squinting and straining to see menus in restaurants or to read your morning newspaper, you may be a candidate for bifocal glasses.
Bifocals work like two pairs of glasses made into one. One part of each lens allows you to see things up close with ease; the rest of the lens helps to correct your everyday vision.
Our bifocals come in the same great looking frames and amazing prices that you'd expect from America's Best. You get to choose TWO pairs from hundreds of eyeglass frames tagged $69.95 and get two complete pairs with lined bifocals for just $99.95 including a free eye exam ($50 value).
Be sure to come in today to take advantage of this amazing deal! We have over 700 stores nationwide, so you're sure to have one near you!
Some bifocals come with a clear visual distinction - a "line" - between the two parts of the lenses. This gives most bifocals their distinct look, but if you want the power of bifocal lenses without the lines, ask about our no-line progressive lenses.
Progressive lenses are very similar to bifocals in their ability to help people with focusing difficulties to see items that are both nearby and far away. They are different, however, in the way they are designed.
Instead of having two distinct prescription areas on the lens, progressive lenses progress from one prescription to the other, allowing the person wearing them to use them for close up, intermediate and distant vision.
Check out our great deals on progressives!
To determine what type of glasses are the ideal for your lifestyle and preferences, come in to one of our America's Best locations to speak with one of our trained opticians. For a FREE eye exam, stop by (walk-ins welcome!) or schedule an appointment online.
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