Eyeglass Lenses

Need a New Prescription?

Our doctors will find the exact prescription for you during your routine eye exam. You can easily schedule an eye exam online through the kp.org website.

Our professional opticians are here to assist you in finding just the right lenses to suit your style and lifestyle. You can choose from a broad selection of lenses that includes the latest in technology.

Lenses are available in a variety of designs, materials, and treatments. We offer options that help improve your vision and protect your eyes.

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High definition lenses offer the latest in lens technology, providing sharper and wider fields of vision for near, intermediate, and distance areas. This lens is ideal for single vision and progressive prescription

Single vision is best if you need only distance or near vision correction.

Progressive lenses correct near, intermediate, and distance vision without visible lines.

Bifocals correct near and distance vision with visible lines dividing the focus areas. Click here

Polycarbonate is highly impact-resistant, thin, and light, making it a great choice for children and active adults. It also has built-in ultraviolet (UV) and scratch-resistant protection.

High Index lenses are the thinnest, lightest lenses available. They’re generally recommended if you have a strong eyeglass prescription. They also have built-in UV and scratch-resistant protection.

Plastic lenses are lighter than glass and are a good choice if you have a low prescription or want lenses that cost less.

VeriClear anti-reflective coating

  • Reduces glare
  • Eliminates fingerprints and dust
  • Resists scratches
  • Offers safer, more comfortable nighttime driving
  • Reduces reflection from overhead light

VeriClear anti-reflective coating demo image

Photochromic lenses
  • Darken quickly in outdoor light and fade back to clear indoors.
  • Block 100% of harmful solar UV rays
  • Work well for anyone with sensitive eyes
  • Are available in polycarbonate, making them ideal for children and active adults

Car windshields block UV rays, therefore photochromic lenses remain clear inside cars. To reduce glare and eye strain, we recommend wearing polarized prescription sunglasses when driving during the day.

Just like your skin, your eyes need protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays. Wearing the right lenses can help prevent cataracts, macular degeneration, and skin cancer around the eyes.

Sunglasses aren’t just stylish. Protecting your eyes from the sun is important to your overall health. That’s why everyone— children, teens, and adults—should have good quality sunglasses.

  • If you wear prescription glasses, have your prescription made into sunglasses so you’ll always look and see your best.
  • If you wear contact lenses, get a pair of non-prescription made into sunglasses so you’ll always look and see your best.
Family wearing sunglasses

Polarized lenses have built-in UV protection. These lenses help to reduce glare, which can lead to fatigue and headaches. Whether you’re driving or on the water, beach, or snow, polarized lenses provide excellent protection from the sun.

Polarized lens demo image