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Digital (HD) progressive (no-line) lenses correct for every focal length, including distance, intermediate, and reading. Digital (HD) progressives have custom lens designs, allowing for the best peripheral vision, wide corridors, and smooth visual fields. Also referred to as 'no-line bifocals' and 'no-line trifocals,' progressive lenses look like single vision lenses, with a corridor of increasing power as you travel down the lens.
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Also referred to as no-line bifocals and no-line trifocals, progressive eyeglass lenses look like single vision lenses, with a corridor of increasing power as you travel down the lens. When wearing standard progressive lenses, the peripheral vision can be somewhat compromised due to the construction of the lenses. Digital (High-Definition) lenses, also known as "free-form design," or “HD Lenses,” have recently seen an improvement in the technology behind their construction that has taken progressive lenses to a new level, producing lenses with a wider, lower-distortion viewing are. Traditional progressives are produced using pre-molded designs, meaning that the same design is used for every application.

Digital (HD) progressives are fully customized to your specific application using your prescription strength, frame type, lens material, and intended use to formulate a lens with wider fields of view and smoother vision. Traditional progressive lenses are still a great, functional choice, but for those who want the widest fields of view, the new Digital Progressive lenses are an improvement. HD progressive lenses feature custom lens designs allowing for the best possible peripheral vision, wide corridors, and smooth visual fields. Digital progressive lenses correct for every focal length including distance, intermediate, and reading.

At ReplaceALens, we have narrowed the array of progressive lenses available on the market to the best designs that excel in terms of function, durability, and affordability. Through 20 years of customer, laboratory, optician, and optometrist feedback and endless testing, the progressive lens offerings from ReplaceALens are designed to exceed your expectations. When selecting your lens material, you have several choices. The most important element in selecting the right lens material for your prescription is the thickness and weight of the lenses. These elements are affected by your prescription strength, the type of frames you choose (or already have), frame size, and your pupil location. Consult our user-friendly chart to find our recommendations for how to select the lens material that’s best for you based on those considerations.

Your choice for lens material includes:

  • Plastic (Standard lens material that’s a great choice for low strength prescriptions)
  • Polycarbonate (Thinner and lighter material with full UV protection and increased shatter resistance)
  • Trivex (Durable material with excellent optical clarity & full UV protection; recommended for rimless style frames)
  • High Index 1.67 (Thin and light material with full UV protection, for higher strength prescriptions)
  • High Index 1.74 (Thinnest and lightest eyeglass lens material with full UV protection and Anti-Glare coating)

What type of eyeglass lenses you choose is as important to your viewing comfort as the design of the frames are when it comes to your overall wearing comfort. At ReplaceALens, you can be certain your glasses are constructed from the best materials available, as all of our lenses are sourced from name brand manufacturers. If you have any further questions about our digital progressive lenses or need help in placing an order with us, please give us a call today at (800) 752-5572, email us at info@ReplaceALens.com, send us a message using our online contact form, or stop by and visit us at 7800 East Iliff Avenue, Unit 1 in Denver, CO 80231.