Opticians in Minnesota and North Dakota
Myopic? Presbyopic? Cataracts? Midwest Vision Centers can help. Whether you need glasses for reading, driving, working or playing, Midwest Vision Centers has a range of exceptional products that will help you see better. Our staff at Midwest Vision Centers is made up of certified opticians who have the training and expertise to recommend, in conjunction with your eye doctor, the perfect lenses for your needs. Let us help you see better than you have in ages.
Here are some of the lens choices you will find at Midwest Vision Centers.
Progressive Lenses: These lenses provide a smooth, line-free transition to improve your range of vision for near, far and everything in between.
Digital Lenses: Free-form technology creates a progressive lens by using individualized parameters. A personalized progressive incorporates patient specific information into its design and production. The data includes your specific prescription, vertex distance, pupillary distance, fitting height, and pantoscopic tilt. This information is “optimized” with complex software algorythms to design a lens specifically and individually designed just for you High-Index Lenses: Ultra-thin lens, even for very strong prescriptions.
Polycarbonate Lenses: Shatter resistant lenses. A great choice for active lifestyles and the only lens prescribed for children. Transition Lenses: These lenses adapt naturally to changes from light to dark as you move indoors and outdoors. Their lightweight design also includes scratch resistant coating. Lens Coatings: Anti-reflective (AR) increases the amount of light transmitted through eyeglasses thereby eliminating glare and reflection.
UV protection coating protects your eyes from the harmful rays of the sun. Scratch coating protects your lenses and reduces scratches.
Tint coatings adds to the fashionable appearance while providing comfort and protection.
Visit our interactive on-line tool and we’ll guide you through a series of questions about you, your lifestyle and your specific eyewear needs