High Index Lenses
What are High Index Lenses?
High index lenses are thinner, lighter, and more visually appealing. High index lenses are made to be thinner at the edges of the lens and lighter in weight overall.
High index lenses are a good option for people who have strong prescriptions which creates more thickness in the lenses either on the edges or in the center of the lens depending on the prescription.
Light and thin options 1.67 / 1.74: Lenses that are 50% thinner than regular plastic lenses. This creates the lens to be thinner, but also keeps the look of you eye closer to how your eyes would look without glasses. In plastic lenses with high prescriptions you eyes can appear smaller or bigger with glasses depending on your prescription.
For your best comfort, better vision and improved cosmetic appeal, people with strong prescriptions really benefit from high-index lenses.