At Canyon Optical, you will find we place a strong emphasis on value, quality and experience. We strive to offer the best products and services available on the market. We offer designer eyewear of the highest quality, with hundreds of frames on display. We provide customized care to fit each and every patient with the best glasses possible.
Your vision is our top priority and we strive to provide the highest quality eye care possible in a comfortable, professional atmosphere.
Glasses: Eyeglasses help to correct refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and/or astigmatism. There is a large variety of lenses available to meet the individual needs of each patient.
Single Vision Lenses: Single vision lenses have only one viewing area through the lens. They are used to correct far distance, near distance or reading.
Multi-focal Lenses: The term “multi-focal lenses” refers to any glass lens or contact lens that contains more than one prescription strength. These are especially helpful for people with presbyopia due to their ability to correct near and far vision simultaneously.
Bifocal Lenses: Bifocal lenses have two viewing areas through the lens, allowing for near and far vision to be corrected within one lens. The two zones are separated by a noticeable line on the lens. The upper viewing zone allows for distance viewing, while the lower zone allows for near vision tasks, including reading.
Progressive Lenses: Progressive lenses, sometimes known as “no-line bifocals,” are a type of eyeglass lens that provides vision correction for multiple ranges including close objects, far objects, and intermediately-ranged objects. Most progressive lenses are fashioned so that farsighted correction is located towards the top of the lens, intermediate range correction is directly in the center, and nearsighted correction is at the bottom.
Unlike traditional bifocals, progressive lenses are made so that the different strengths within the lens appear smooth and gradual, instead of the noticeable “lines” in traditional bifocal glasses, and many patients report that the gradual change is much easier and more natural. These are a terrific choice for anyone who wants the versatility of bifocal glasses without letting anyone know that they need reading glasses at all.
Types of Lenses:
Frames: We offer a wide array of frames to fit the lifestyle of any person. Frames come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors and include:
Contact Lenses: Contact lenses are an alternative to glasses for correcting refractive errors. A contact lens is a clear, thin disc that fits perfectly over the front of the eye, also known as the cornea. There are numerous kinds of contact lenses available to fit almost any patient’s needs.
Visibility Tints are tints, usually of a light blue or green color, that are very light and are only for helping the contact lens to be seen during insertion and removal. They do not change the color of your iris.
Enhancement Tints are darker than visibility tints, and do change the color of your eyes. However, as their name suggests, they are designed more to enhance or further define the preexisting color of your eyes, and not to change it entirely. These are especially effective for people with light-colored eyes like gray and blue.
Color Tints are contact lenses which are mostly opaque, with the desired eye color printed on the opaque section that completely covers the iris, while the center portion of the lens is clear to allow you to see. These lenses can entirely change the appearance of your eyes, and can be obtained in a wide variety of colors and styles, from light eye colors to dark eye colors and even exotic, decorative designs like cat or alien eyes.
Light-filtering Tints are contact lenses that are designed to reduce or filter out certain colors and wavelengths of light. These are usually made for sports purposes, and can be very useful when the wearer needs to more easily identify objects of a particular color – the yellow of a tennis ball or the white of a golf ball or baseball, for example. Light-filtering contact lenses make the desired color or colors stand out by dimming the other colors of the spectrum. This makes the object easier to see and target.
Multi-focal Contacts: Like multi-focal eyeglass lenses, multi-focal contacts contain different strengths on the same contact lens, providing the wearer improved near and far visions
One way this is obtained on contact lenses is by arranging the contact lens much like a bifocal, with near-vision correction on the bottom of the lens, and far-vision correction on the top. Another is by arranging the different strengths in a “concentric” pattern, where near-vision and far-vision correction strengths are placed in rings beginning from the center of the contact lens and moving outward in a “spherical” pattern. This way, the entire surface of the contact lens is a gradual progression from a specific strength in the center to a different strength on the outer edges of the lens.
Regardless of the pattern, the underlying principle is the same: the wearer’s eye receives multiple visual signals from the different strengths on the contact lens, but learns to effectively ignore any but the most useful image depending on the situation.
Care of Contact Lenses: To help maintain the healthiness of your eyes and superior vision it is important that you carefully follow the instructions of properly caring for your contact lenses.