From numerous vision-correction options and lens coatings available, your lenses are the heart and soul of your eyewear. Our lenses are made of top quality material that is both built to last, and show you the world in HD. Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, or suffer from presbyopia, GlassesPros' prescription lenses will keep your vision sharp.


Single Vision

These lenses are designed to help people who require correction for farsightedness, nearsightedness, or astigmatism. They have just one optical power and they distribute focus evenly over the whole surface area of the lens.


These contain two optical prescriptions to provide clear vision at both near and far ranges. The lens is divided into two segments, one half of the lens corrects nearsightedness, while the other half of the lens corrects farsightedness.


Similar to bifocal lenses, these enable you to see clearly at near and far distances without a bifocal line division. These lenses slowly change their optical prescription correction as you move up the lens, providing more complete vision correction than standard bifocal lenses.

Office Progressives

Sometimes known as computer progressive lenses, these lenses provide clear vision between 16 inches and 6 feet. These will be helpful for people with more than 4 hours of screen time per day and can reduce their visual fatigue, or computer vision syndrome.

Prism Lenses

These eyeglass lenses are used for people who have diplopia (or double vision) where they see two separate images of the same object. The prism helps them see only one image by aligning the two images together.

Reading Lenses

These help diminish the vision impairment related to presbyopia, the normal, age-related loss of the ability to focus on objects closer to the eye. If you are farsighted, indicated by a (+) on your prescription, you’re looking for this type of lens.



These type of lenses are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken automatically when exposed to sunlight. Photochromic lenses may sometimes be referred to as "light-adaptive lenses" and "variable tint lenses".

UV 400 Protection

UV light exposure is considered as one of the major causes of cataracts, retinal damage and other vision problems. UV-400 treated lenses have a thin layer of invisible dye applied to the them that blocks ultraviolet (UV) rays from entering and damaging your eyes.

Infrared Protection

54% of the solar radiation spectrum that reaches the Earth is infrared! Exposure to the IR light causes several vision and skin problems associated with its thermal effects. IR Blocker technology prevents premature skin aging making you look younger and protects your cornea from the harmful effects of IR light.

HD Anti-Reflection

Anti-reflective coating, also known as anti-glare or glare-free coating, can provide substantial vision benefits. It eliminate most of the reflections from the front and back surfaces of your lenses allowing more light to pass through leading to an optimized vision.

Scratch Resistant

Also referred to as an anti-scratch coating, this clear lens coating reduces the appearance of hairline scratches thus preventing vision impairment. This hard coating material protects the lens from most scratches and makes them more durable than the lenses without this coating.

Blue Light Blocking

This coating is intended to block and filter out the harmful blue light emitted from digital screens. It protects your eyes from glare and can help reduce potential retinal damage from prolonged blue light exposure.