YOUR VISION, OUR MISSION
Crizal Sapphire UV
CRIZAL SAPPHIRE UV
Light is everywhere. We are experiencing more and more light of different types, both indoors and outdoors.
This leads to reflections both on the front and the back of the lenses that are not only annoying but impact our daily lives and behaviours.
FIRST ANTI-REFLECTIVE COATING
With new way of thinking and designing anti reflective coating, 360o Multi-angular Technology™ combines a new dual coating architecture and a new calculation process designed to reduce light reflection all around the wearers.
BETTER CLARITY OF VISION
Enjoy uninterrupted and more vivid vision with nearly invisible* Crizal Sapphire UV. With reduced disturbing reflections from the front and back of the lenses, they ensure you maintain clear and sharp vision all day long – reducing impacts in your daily postures and habits.
Essilor® Stellest™ lens is one of the newest generation of myopia controlling spectacle lenses, appearing to have efficacy to slow myopia progression in children at least as good as the current 'best' interventions of orthokeratology, dual-focus soft contact lenses and 0.05% atropine.
Both one-year and two-year randomized control trial data have been published.2,3 In children who wore Stellest lenses for at least 12 hours per day, 7 days per week, their final axial length and myopia was respectively 0.41mm and 0.99D less than children who wore single vision spectacles. The Essilor Stellest lens is designed with Highly Aspherical Lenslet Target ("H.A.L.T.") Technology.
Transitions lenses block 100% UV & filter at least 26% of blue-violet light indoors & at least 86% outdoors. Tests performed on grey lenses with premium anti-reflective coating. Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm (ISO TR 20772:2018).
Transitions® Signature® GEN 8™ filters up to 26% of blue-violet light indoors and up to 86% outdoors. Tests performed on grey CR39 & polycarbonate lenses with a premium anti-reflective coating. Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm (ISO TR 20772:2018).
Transitions lenses filter at least 26% of blue-violet light indoors & at least 86% outdoors. Tests performed on grey lenses with a premium anti-reflective coating. Blue-violet light is between 400 and 455nm (ISO TR 20772:2018).
Varilux XR Series Lenses
The Varilux XR Series from Essilor is the first eye-responsive progressive lens powered by behavioral artificial intelligence (AI). Specifically, “eye-responsive” refers to the consideration and coordination of both lens prescription and a patient’s unique visual behavior for a more intuitive and high-performing solution.
Comprised of three new technologies powered by AI, the Varilux XR Series is designed for more efficient ocular navigation during motion multitasking during both near and far tasks:
Nanoptix: Includes a dynamic distortion absorber that reduces the impact of the “swim effect,” which many patients perceive as unnatural.
XTEND: Extends the area of sharp vision within arm’s reach so patients no longer have to move their heads to find “just the right spot” to see a target—or multiple target objects. Traditional progressive lenses typically allow only one target for one-gaze direction. This technology is also responsible for instant sharpness while a patient is viewing multiple targets while in motion.
XR-MOTION: Delivers binocular optimization according to a specific patient visual-behavior profile to provide: better positioning of the near-vision zone, optimized, sharp binocular vision, and minimized disparities of power and astigmatism.
Eyezen enhanced single vision lenses feature an accommodative boost at the bottom of the lens, which reduces digital eye strain and helps the eyes relax, providing more comfortable everyday vision.
They are also designed with W.A.V.E. Technology: Wavefront Advanced Vision Enhancement®, which provides wearers with improved sharpness, color contrast, and vivid details in their vision.
Finally, Eyezen lenses filter blue-violet light.
The recommended age ranges for each design are based on research. As always, it is up to the eyecare professional’s discretion when choosing the appropriate Eyezen design for their patient.