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They can also be worn by those who normally wear bifocals or trifocals for distance or near (reading) lenses.
Single vision lenses can also be used as occupational glasses for certain types of work.
Multifocal lenses work to correct more than one vision problem (for example, nearsightedness and presbyopia). There are different types of multifocal lenses:
• Bifocals: These lenses are divided into two sections. The top part is for distance vision and the bottom part is for close vision. The two segments on the glasses are seen clearly as there is a line dividing the area.
The segment for close-
o A half-
o A narrow rectangular area, also named a ribbon segment.
o A round segment.
o A full bottom half of a lens, named the Franklin, Executive, or E style.
• Trifocals as well as bifocals come in a variety of designs. Flat top trifocals are the most widely used form. Visible lines divide the lens into 3 sections: the top is for distance, the middle for intermediate vision, and the bottom for close-
The added segment provides clear vision at arm’s length distance, the area that is usually blurred for bifocal wearers. These can be useful for people who need to work or read at 2 distances.
• Progressive lenses: Progressive lenses have a smooth transition between the sections of the lens with no line dividing the sections. Both bifocals and trifocals can be progressive. However, there is a drawback here – some distortion on the outer edges of the lenses.
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