At SEMO Vision Care we offer all lens types and materials that are available on the market. Materials include plastic, polycarbonate, high index, glass, trivex, and safety lenses. Each of these materials can be used in all types of lenses, such as single vision, bifocal, trifocal, progressive (no-line bifocals), and computer glasses.


Treatments and Add-Ons

Anti-reflective Coating

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Also called AR coating or anti-glare coating. Improves both your vision through your lenses and the appearance of your External link opens in new tab or windoweyeglasses. AR coating is especially beneficial when used on External link opens in new tab or windowhigh-index lenses, which reflect more light than regular plastic lenses. Generally, the higher the External link opens in new tab or windowindex of refraction of the lens material, the more light that will be reflected from the surface of the lenses.


 Polarized Lenses

Transparent pieces of material, usually glass or plastic, that block certain types of light waves. Drivers, fisherman, and photographers were some of the first to use polarized lenses. Reducing glare can ease the eye strain drivers feel from long hours on the road. Fishermen can often see under the surface of water using the lenses, which helps them to see fish or other objects.Lenses are often polarized to reduce glare from surfaces, such as light reflecting off a lake or the hood of a car.

Tints (Sunglasses)

Virtually any color can be applied to eyeglass lenses. Lighter,   Fashion tints are used primarily for cosmetic purposes to enhance a wearer's looks. Darker tints allow the wearer to use the lenses as sunglasses. All of our Tinted lenses have UV protection from the sun's harmful rays.

Transitions Lenses

Photochromic lenses that are clear (or nearly clear) indoors and darken automatically in response to sunlight outdoors. They also protect your eyes from 100 percent of the sun's harmful ultraviolet radiation.

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Scratch Resistant Coatings

No eyeglass lenses , not even glass lenses, are scratch-proof. However, lenses that are treated front and back with a clear, scratch-resistant coating have a much harder surface that is more resistant to scratching, whether from dropping your glasses on the floor or occasionally cleaning them with a paper towel.