From start to finish, you can expect Liang Eyecare to take care of all your eyeglass lens’ needs. For every patient, this includes selecting just the right lens’ and features that will provide you with the best possible options to improve your vision. With our thorough approach to patient care – plus an extensive selection of lens’ options and enhancements – everything you need to achieve your best possible vision and look is right here. Today there are many advanced materials and prescriptions available for your lenses.  By carefully choosing the right material and prescription Dr. Liang can fit you with a lens that brings your world into sharp focus, accommodates your lifestyle and helps you see better and look great.

Below is a brief description of just some of the possibilites

Types of Lenses

Single Vision Lens

Single vision lenses have the same optical focal point or correction over the entire area of the lens. Most non-presbyopic wearers will need single vision lenses to answer their visual needs.

As a solution for patients who struggle with presbyopia, single vision lenses will only correct your near vision. Progressive lenses are the optimum solution for presbyopia. (see Progressive below)

During your examination, Dr. Liang will determine which lens’ is best for you.

Bifocal Lenses (with line)
Bifocal lenses usually have a straight or visible line that defines separation of the top area which is for distance vision and the bottom area reserved for reading.

Trifocal lens
The trifocal lens has three focal distances. The third focal distance, placed in the middle of the lens, is utilized for viewing intermediate distances that are not covered by the top or bottom sections.

Progressive Lenses (no line) Progressive lenses provide a smooth transition from distance to near vision, allowing the viewing of all intermediate distances. Progressive lenses offer more advantages than bifocals Progressive lenses are designed to restore clear and accurate vision at all distances, without needing to constantly change glasses. The upper part of the lens makes it possible to see things far away, the central part to see the middle distance and the lower part to see close up. Progressive lenses are the optimum solution for presbyopia.


Plastic (CR39)

Affordable and well suited for patients with simple prescriptions.

Polycarbonate (Impact resistant plastic)

Great for children and patients with active lifestyles.

High Index

Recommended for patients with a high prescription, allowing for thinner, lighter weight lenses.