Single vision lenses are a popular solution to correct refractive errors. Our range of single vision lenses go a step further by meeting the needs of today’s modern lifestyles, making sure vision is comfortable and natural for all wearers, whether they need lenses for myopia or hypermetropia.
Improving vision performance and offering eye health protection are at the very forefront of our single vision lens design. Your patients are looking for a lens that can handle whatever life throws at their eyes, from digital devices to frequent driving.
A new generation of single vision lenses
Your patients need lenses that make life easier, with a lens design focused on prolonging eye health and providing a clear field of vision. Essilor’s single vision lenses can offer all of this and more, taking into account new parameters and putting unique technology into practice.
For those under 40, having single vision lenses that support and enhance everyday activities is invaluable, and your practice could give them just that. Designed with additional features such as UV protection and reduced eye strain, our single vision lenses go further than just correcting a refractive error. There's a variety of single vision lens types to choose from :
Cater to your patients with Eyezen Boost for digital devices,
Eyezen Start for everyday use
and Road Pilot for behind the wheel.
Why choose Essilor?
Exceeding wearers' expectations
With a history spanning over 150 years, Essilor have been creating lenses that not only meet the wearer’s needs, but exceed their expectations.
Research & Development
Through research and development we have designed single vision lenses that take into account multiple reference points to guarantee the right power throughout the lens, as well as lenses that accommodate tired eyes trying to look at digital screens.
More benefits for your patients
Our single vision lenses can unlock even more benefits for your patients when paired with our range of lens coatings, which can reduce glare, cut out harmful light and add durability to the lens surface.