Ragan  Sargent  Thacker

    Vision for Life!

3524 State Route 160

Gallipolis, Ohio  45631
  Phone: (740) 446-2236    Fax: (740) 446-9883
 
       

 Eyewear

    Lens Options

Choosing the right lens options can have a large impact on how well your glasses perform in your day-to-day life.  Every individual has a different set of visual requirements.

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        Our goal is to understand those needs and offer you the best combination of products to make you more comfortable and productive.
       
  • Do you spend a lot of time outdoors but hate to carry a second pair of prescription sunglasses around?  Transitions Lenses offer the best of both worlds - crystal clear lenses indoors that darken when exposed to UV light!
       
       
         
  • Is most of your day spent staring at a computer screen?  Does your office have overhead fluorescent lighting?  Anti-reflective lenses can help to reduce glare on your computer and make the eyes more comfortable while improving your clarity.  We offer the latest in premium anti-reflective lenses, with anti-smudging technology that outperforms previous lenses. 

  • If you have trouble driving at night, anti-reflective lenses can also help to reduce glare from streetlamps and oncoming headlights. 

  • Are you an avid fisherman who would like to cut down on reflections from the water's surface?  Maybe a pair of polarized sunglasses would be just what you need.  They are available with prescription and non-prescription lenses. 

  • Progressive Addition Lenses (PAL), also known as no-line bifocals, can provide you with clarity at a full range of distances.  This is very beneficial if your job requires you to focus on paperwork, a computer screen and people or objects farther away. 

  • We offer several types of lens materials including polycarbonate, a thin, lightweight lens that provides UV protection and impact resistance.  Polycarbonate is also scratch resistant, meaning that the lens does not require a a coating for scratch protection.  Hi-index plastic lenses are also available if you have a very high prescription; they are designed to give you the thinnest, lightest weight lens possible. 

           
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