Near-sightedness. This condition occurs when an image entering the eye is focused to a point in front of the fovea (the most sensitive part of the macula), not on the fovea. Result: Distance vision blur. The higher the near-sightedness, the further away from the fovea the image is focused. Basically, the eye can do nothing about that and corrective lenses are needed to put that image on the fovea.

The higher the myopia, the thicker the corrective lens edge. Today, high-index lens materials can limit lens thickness, and limit the annoying “fishbowl” or other affects high prescriptions can cause. OPTIK’s technology is always current, ensuring you’ll have comfortable vision in aesthetically pleasing lenses.