Lens options

Photochromic Transitions Lenses

In a world where people are constantly moving from task to task with changing light all around them, Transitions® lenses truly have become an indispensable component of eyeglass wearer’s everyday life—blocking 100% of UV rays and help protect against harmful blue light. Recognizing one size does not fit all when it comes to something as personal as eyewear, Transitions Optical offers a wide array of hassle-free lenses making everyday life simpler for patients.

Transitions® Signature® VII

Transitions Signature Lenses - colors | Coffman Vision Clinic in Bend Oregon

Transitions® Signature® VII lenses features exclusive Chromea7™ technology, making them the fastest and most responsive lens in all lighting and temperature conditions. “It is a great option for patients of all ages, from children to adults, with varied lifestyles,” says Dr. Amanda Rights, an OD at Blue Ridge Vision in Boone, NC. “I typically recommend this lens to patients who spend more of their day indoors than out — but still have errands to run and places to be!” In addition to gray, brown, and graphite green, patients can also choose from new Transitions Signature lenses style colors available in emerald, sapphire, amethyst, and amber. Transitions Signature VII lenses are the best everyday light-intelligent lenses with extra fast fade back from dark outside to clear indoors, that can pair with any frame to help personalize a patient’s style.

Transitions® XTRActive®

Transitions XTRActive lenses | Coffman Vision Clinic in Bend, OR

Transitions® XTRActive® lenses are the patients’ best choice for extra eyecare protection, even in the car. “This lens is beneficial to patients who are constantly on-the-go throughout the day and would like their lenses to darken in the car,” says Dr. Rights. “With a mild indoor tint, this lens is also beneficial to patients who suffer from light sensitivity and are averse to harsh artificial lighting.” With more comprehensive protection, Transitions XTRActive lenses are clear with a hint of extra protective tint, uniquely designed to protect patients’ eyes from the brightest sun outdoors and harsh artificial light indoors. Transitions XTRActive lenses come in a wide selection allowing each patient to express their individual style: Gray, brown, graphite green, and new Transitions XTRActive style mirrors, available in silver shadow, blue, gold, green, pink, and red.

Transitions® Vantage®

Transitions Vantage Lenses | Coffman Vision Clinic in Bend OR

Featuring the world’s only intelligent lens that automatically polarizes as it darkens outdoors, Transitions® Vantage® lenses offer the patient the best lens for glare reduction outdoors. “As this lens provides varying levels of polarization as it darkens, this lens is beneficial to patients who spend most of their day outdoors, especially near sources of harsh glare such as water or snow,” says Dr. Rights. Available in gray, Transitions Vantage lenses are ideal for the patient who intends to use his or her glasses for a wide variety of outdoor activities, from fishing to hiking to a day at the beach.


Transitions Driveware lenses | Coffman Vision Clinic in Bend OR

Drivewear Lens – state of the art sunlens designed with driver in mind. A Transitions™ lens that does get dark behind the windshield of the car.

In Low Light – Overcast- Bright Light Driving – Very Bright Light – Outside conditions, Drivewear lenses remove glare and maximize useful light information reaching the eye for optimum visual acuity.

Transitions Drivewear lenses provide glare protection through polarization and enhance and protect vision through photochromics, which respond to both visible and UV light.

Anti-Reflective Lenses

Best available Anti-Reflective/Scratch Coat Technology for clearer, crisper vision.

Optimal resistance against scratches, fingerprints, and dust. With Scotchgard for ease in cleaning your lenses. Perfect for night driving and computer use.

  • Do you ever see halos around lights at night?
  • Are you spending most of your time trying to keep your glasses clean?
  • Does text on your computer screen begin to blur while working?
  • Do people notice the reflections on your lenses before they notice your eyes?

If the answer if yes, then Crizal™ is a product for you!

Scratch-Resistant Lenses

Scratch Resistant Coating on both sides of the lens

  • Consistent coating on both sides of the lens eliminates all risks of cracking.
  • Consistent performance regardless of the design or material that TD2 protects.
  • TD2 hard coat protects all Crizal lenses.
  • The first layer, the adhesion booster, eliminates any microscopic imperfections on the lens surface and allows coating of all materials.
  • The second layer, the hard coat varnish, contains glass like silicate particles in a plastic matrix providing the unique combination of hardness and flexibility.
  • Although there is no such thing as scratch-proof lenses. (Even glass lenses can be scratched!) Scratches, while not likely to affect your lens performance, are an annoyance that can interfere with clear vision. That’s why you should always request scratch resistant lenses (treatment) for your eyeglass lenses.

UV Protection

Did you know the same, serious approach to protecting your skin also applies to your eyes?

UV protection is critical to eye health

Being in Bend, OR, and at a higher elevation, UV rays are even more damaging to us. Eye exposure to ultraviolet rays can cause damage your eyes. Over time, UV can contribute to serious age-related eye conditions or diseases, such as cataracts and macular degeneration. That’s why wearing lenses with maximum UV protection is so very important. Because UV rays are always present outdoors—on sunny days, cloudy days and every day in between.

Unlike sunscreen that you apply and reapply, eyeglass lenses and sunglasses can have ultraviolet protection built into the lens, or applied as a lens treatment. Remember, although UV is invisible to the human eye, it is always present. Your lenses, therefore, should always provide 100% UV protection against both UVA and UVB rays. 
The most important thing you need to know about UV glasses is this: Be certain your eyewear provides near or exactly 100% UV protection against both UVA and UVB rays. Anything less is less than ideal for the short and long-term protection of your healthy sight.