If you’re looking for prescription eyeglasses, you’re in the right place. We have a large selection of eyeglasses for men , eyeglasses for women and eyeglasses for kids. We also understand that buying prescription glasses online can be a challenge, so we’ve developed a smooth and simple process to help you select the best eyeglasses for you. At Southern Focus Vision Center in Gardendale AL, personalized Rx glasses shopping is easy and enjoyable. So what are you waiting for? Call us now.
We accept outside prescriptions!
We have the best selection of frames in Gardendale. Brands we carry are Ted Baker, Maui Jim, Costa, and many more.
How do I read my prescription?
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Can you get prescription glasses anywhere?
Although prescription glasses are available in abundance, it requires a prescription from an optometrist. Even if a retailer provides eyeglasses without a prescription, it’s advisable to purchase certified glasses that give you the utmost eyecare. With a prescription, you can buy the glasses in store with professional help through Southern Focus Vision, which offers extensive customization for eyewear.
How can I get my glasses prescription?
Schedule a comprehensive eye exam with an optometrist to get a new prescription or update your current one. Once complete, we can help you find the right glasses for your vision needs and lifestyle.
Please note that yearly eye exams ensure your glasses are up to date to see your best.
What is the difference between bifocals and progressive lenses?
Bifocal and progressive lenses are types of multifocal lenses. Bifocals have two separate areas of vision correction; far vision at the top and reading or near vision at the bottom. There is a distinct separation between both the lenses, often causing an “image jump” while shifting gaze. Whereas progressive lenses, also known as no-line lenses, have a seamless transition from top to bottom with an intermediate vision distance offering a full range of vision correction.
How many types of eyeglasses are there?
Eyeglasses generally come in prescription & non-prescription glasses. Prescription glasses correct vision and have various lens configurations; single-vision(monovision), bifocals, trifocals, and progressive lenses in clear and sun lens types. Non-prescription glasses are non-corrective for those who want eye protection from blue light and UV, for safety, and as a fashion accessory. These include reading glasses, blue-light blocking glasses, and sunglasses.