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What are lens coatings and how do they work?
Lens coatings are applied to eyeglass lenses to enhance the durability, performance and appearance of your glasses. This is true whether you wear single vision, bifocal or progressive lenses.
Do all eyeglass lenses have a coating?
Today, most eyeglass lenses, including high-index lenses and lenses made of polycarbonate and Trivex, have a built-in scratch-resistant coating. Since scratch-resistant coatings are sometimes optional, make sure your optician knows that you want your eyeglass lenses to include hard coating for extra durability.
What is hard coating on glasses lenses?
A hard coating is a clear film applied to the lens surface to make it much more scratch resistant. It shouldn鈥檛 be considered as anti-scratch, but will protect the lens surface from minor abrasions such as occasionally cleaning them with a tissue, though we鈥檇 always recommend you clean them with a special glasses cleaning cloth.
What is anti-glare coating on glasses?
Anti-Glare Glasses FAQs What is Anti-Glare Coating? Anti-glare coating, also known as anti-reflective coating or AR coating, is a thin layer applied to the surface of your eyeglass lenses that allows more light to pass through your lenses. This improves your vision by reducing the amount of glare that reflects off of your lenses.