OpticTopicby Steven A. QueenanTHROUGH THICK AND THINhe more nearsighted a personis, the stronger the prescriptionhe or she needs and the thickerthe edge of the lenses will be. Thiscan result in lenses with very thickedges mounted in either metalor plastic frames with thin rimsor rimless mountings that detractfrom the eyewear's appearance.To counter this effect, variouslens materials are available thatbend light more than conventionalplastics.materials are thinner and lighter.Because less material is neededto make the same correction fornearsightedness,lenses have a more attractiveprofile to better complement lensframes. Any lens material withan "index of refraction" higherthan that of glass or plastic isconsidered to be high index."high-indexThesehigh-indexhen it's time to make the all-important choice for the bestframes to fit your budget and style,look no further than our brilliantteam of opticians. REGIONALEYE OPTICAL's showroom isstocked with the latest andgreatest trends in budget anddesigner eyewear. From standard,classic looks to contemporarydesigner frames, our opticiansare with you every step of the way.Please call 587-6309 for moreinformation, or visit our website,www.regeyecenter.com We arelocated just inside Regional EyeCenter at 1455 Montreal Street.S.E. Our business hours areMon. & Thurs., 8:00am-7:30pm;Tues. & Wed, 8:00am-5:30pmFri., 8:00am-4:00pm.PS. High-index lenses are agood option for people withhigh degrees of farsightednessand astigmatism. Optic Topic by Steven A. Queenan THROUGH THICK AND THIN he more nearsighted a person is, the stronger the prescription he or she needs and the thicker the edge of the lenses will be. This can result in lenses with very thick edges mounted in either metal or plastic frames with thin rims or rimless mountings that detract from the eyewear's appearance. To counter this effect, various lens materials are available that bend light more than conventional plastics. materials are thinner and lighter. Because less material is needed to make the same correction for nearsightedness, lenses have a more attractive profile to better complement lens frames. Any lens material with an "index of refraction" higher than that of glass or plastic is considered to be high index. "high-index These high-index hen it's time to make the all- important choice for the best frames to fit your budget and style, look no further than our brilliant team of opticians. REGIONAL EYE OPTICAL's showroom is stocked with the latest and greatest trends in budget and designer eyewear. From standard, classic looks to contemporary designer frames, our opticians are with you every step of the way. Please call 587-6309 for more information, or visit our website, www.regeyecenter.com We are located just inside Regional Eye Center at 1455 Montreal Street. S.E. Our business hours are Mon. & Thurs., 8:00am-7:30pm; Tues. & Wed, 8:00am-5:30pm Fri., 8:00am-4:00pm. P S. High-index lenses are a good option for people with high degrees of farsightedness and astigmatism.

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Optic Topic by Steven A. Queenan THROUGH THICK AND THIN he more nearsighted a person is, the stronger the prescription he or she needs and the thicker the edge of the lenses will be. This can result in lenses with very thick edges mounted in either metal or plastic frames with thin rims or rimless mountings that detract from the eyewear's appearance. To counter this effect, various lens materials are available that bend light more than conventional plastics. materials are thinner and lighter. Because less material is needed to make the same correction for nearsightedness, lenses have a more attractive profile to better complement lens frames. Any lens material with an "index of refraction" higher than that of glass or plastic is considered to be high index. "high-index These high-index hen it's time to make the all- important choice for the best frames to fit your budget and style, look no further than our brilliant team of opticians. REGIONAL EYE OPTICAL's showroom is stocked with the latest and greatest trends in budget and designer eyewear. From standard, classic looks to contemporary designer frames, our opticians are with you every step of the way. Please call 587-6309 for more information, or visit our website, www.regeyecenter.com We are located just inside Regional Eye Center at 1455 Montreal Street. S.E. Our business hours are Mon. & Thurs., 8:00am-7:30pm; Tues. & Wed, 8:00am-5:30pm Fri., 8:00am-4:00pm. P S. High-index lenses are a good option for people with high degrees of farsightedness and astigmatism. Optic Topic by Steven A. Queenan THROUGH THICK AND THIN he more nearsighted a person is, the stronger the prescription he or she needs and the thicker the edge of the lenses will be. This can result in lenses with very thick edges mounted in either metal or plastic frames with thin rims or rimless mountings that detract from the eyewear's appearance. To counter this effect, various lens materials are available that bend light more than conventional plastics. materials are thinner and lighter. Because less material is needed to make the same correction for nearsightedness, lenses have a more attractive profile to better complement lens frames. Any lens material with an "index of refraction" higher than that of glass or plastic is considered to be high index. "high-index These high-index hen it's time to make the all- important choice for the best frames to fit your budget and style, look no further than our brilliant team of opticians. REGIONAL EYE OPTICAL's showroom is stocked with the latest and greatest trends in budget and designer eyewear. From standard, classic looks to contemporary designer frames, our opticians are with you every step of the way. Please call 587-6309 for more information, or visit our website, www.regeyecenter.com We are located just inside Regional Eye Center at 1455 Montreal Street. S.E. Our business hours are Mon. & Thurs., 8:00am-7:30pm; Tues. & Wed, 8:00am-5:30pm Fri., 8:00am-4:00pm. P S. High-index lenses are a good option for people with high degrees of farsightedness and astigmatism.

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