Whatever be the type of opticals you need, We Provide it at Competitive Prices

Best Vision has collaborated with Pinnacle optical Pvt Ltd to offer quality optical services to the patients. Best Vision’s experienced optometrists evaluate and provide eyewear for correcting refractive errors such as myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. Best Vision have advanced fitting and processing lab with trained optometrists to cater to patient’s needs. Best Vision hospitals have an in-house dedicated optical outlet for catering to the optical needs of patients. Personalized care is given to every patient’s needs and best optical solutions are suggested.

Plastic Lenses

Plastic lenses are light-weight, low cost, and offer excellent optical qualities. Plastic lenses are highly break-resistant and provide better protection. Plastic lenses are dust and water resistant. Vision errors are corrected effectively by making use of plastic lenses.

Polycarbonate Lenses

Polycarbonate lenses are light-weight, thin and offer excellent optical qualities. Polycarbonate lenses are highly break-resistant and scratch proof. Vision errors are corrected effectively by polycarbonate lenses and provide crisp and crystal clear vision.

Contact Lenses

Contact Lenses are light-weight, cost-effective and offer a clear and crisp vision. Contact lenses are alternatives to eyeglasses offering a hassle-free solution for vision correction. Contact lenses can be categorized as soft lenses, semi-soft lenses, and RGP lenses.

Our full service in-office laboratory can fabricate most prescriptions in a very short period of time without sacrificing quality. We realize that the most precise ophthalmic prescription written by our doctors is only as good as the glasses that are made from that prescription. We provide access to the most current lens designs available today which improve both cosmetic appearance and visual function. Designs such as super thin high index lens materials, progressive addition or “no-line” multifocal lenses, photochromic “transitions” lenses, and a great selection of over 1,000 contemporary and designer frames allows our patients to both see great and look great with their glasses from The Vision Studio.

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Different Types of Lenses

The Best Vision Studio is pleased to announce that we provide our patients with a variety of unique and exclusive eyewear frame designs that simply cannot be found anywhere in our area! These frame lines provide exceptional style and specialized function to make your eye glasses experience something very special.

Titanium Frames

This space age material was developed by NASA for use in the space shuttle. It is very lightweight, yet is the most durable material in frames available today. Other advantages of titanium frames is the resistance to corrosion and allergic responses so common with other metal frame materials. Also, titanium can be treated to produce a wide variety of interesting fashion colours.

High Index Super Thin Lenses

New high index and super high index lens materials allow us to fabricate lenses thinner and lighter than ever before. There are basically three types of thin materials. The first is polycarbonate. This is commonly known as featherweight lenses. It is thinner than traditional plastic by 20% to 25%. It is the lightest weight lens material and the most impact resistant. It is the most economical of the high index materials. The next material is 1.66 high index; it is about 35% to 40% thinner than conventional plastic lenses. The thinnest of all materials is 1.74 high index. This material is over 50% thinner than conventional plastic lenses. This material is often made in what is known as aspheric curves, which keep the lens as thin as possible while maintaining optical excellence.


A fantastic development in lens technology for sunglass lenses allows over 99% light transmission with dramatic reduction in glare. These lenses absorb over 98% of both harmful UVA and UVB radiation. Patient satisfaction responses to polarized sunglasses have been overwhelming.

Transitions Lenses

New lightweight plastic photochromatic lenses are able to change from light to dark tint in just a moment. These lenses lighten to about a 10% tint and darken to a 80% tint when exposed to the UV rays of the sun. Now many patients can avoid the trouble of having two pairs of glasses while still taking advantage of virtually all lens designs such as invisible bifocals, thin lenses, etc. and still have the UV protection of prescription sun glasses all in one pair.

Progressive Addition Lenses

New designs of these “invisible” bifocals are easier to adapt to and provide a continuous range of vision from far into near without the need for lines in your glasses. Progressive lenses come in thin designs and Transitions photochromatic styles. We use only the highest quality progressive lens designs available, which provide the optimum vision performance for our patients.

The newest development in progressive lenses is fabrication via back surface digital technologies. This exciting development allows our laboratories to customize each lens prescription according to the unique individual needs of the patient’s prescription. We instruct our lab to digitally etch the patient’s prescription on the rear surface of the lens in such a way as to maximize visual performance for that individual patient. The result is a lens design that provides sharper vision and a wider and more useful lens area from edge to edge of the lens. Our patients have reported dramatic improvements in adaptation and vision function with these new lens designs.

Antireflective Coatings

Antireflective (AR) coatings are applied to lenses in order to increase total light transmission and reduce reflected light from the surface of lenses. This results in reduced glare, which is especially helpful at night when driving, as well as a marked improvement in the appearance of the lenses. Those annoying surface reflections noticed when looking at the eyes of someone wearing glasses without AR coating are virtually eliminated.

New manufacturing technologies in AR lenses produce coatings that provide the crispest optics and stay free of oils and deposits that were common to older AR designs.

Computer Eyewear

Today the majority of people use computers for many hours per day. This creates specific and unique vision demands that if not addressed will result in eye strain, fatigue, blur, and reduced comfort and visual efficiency. Your eyewear experts at The Best Vision design specific glasses to be used at the computer. Using the latest lens design technologies, you will be amazed with the results!

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