Varilux lenses are progressive lenses, which means that they offer both close-up and distance vision correction, but they feature a more gentle transition between the two than traditional bifocals. Crizal lenses reduce g... More »

The average cost of an intraocular lens implant is $3,432 per eye when paid entirely out-of-pocket, based on a report done in 2014. The new presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens implant procedure costs an average of $4,... More »

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People who suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness or an astigmatism may all be good candidates for LASIK surgery, states the Mayo Clinic. This surgery is a type of eye surgery in which the cornea is reshaped to rest... More »

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Varilux progressive lenses for glasses offer a continuous field of vision, allowing the wearer to see both at a distance and up close without the lines of traditional bifocals. The Varilux brand offers three different de... More »

Varilux Comfort lenses utilize Varilux's Wavefront Advanced Vision Enhancement technology, which provides clearer and more focused vision for the wearer. The lenses lack the off-balance feeling of many other lenses. They... More »

Varilux is a brand of progressive eyeglass lenses that correct presbyopia, an age-related condition that reduces the ability of the eye to focus on near objects. First sold by a French company named Essel in 1959, Varilu... More »

Varilux lenses are progressive lenses and range in retail price from $340 to $845, as of 2015. Many eyewear retailers set their own prices for the lenses. More »