When getting a new pair of glasses, most people spend 80% of their time just picking the frames. Quality optical lenses are what allow you to see life clearly and comfortably, which is why we're proud to offer ZEISS lenses. Our opticians can guide you through lens and coating options for your eyeglasses, sunglasses or safety glasses. You'll find your best vision and value at Wisconsin Vision.
Optical Lenses & Lens Treatments
Choosing eyeglass lenses for optimal vision & value
We want you to love the way you look and the way you see. Our highly trained opticians are lens experts, here to guide you through your options for lenses and coatings so you can make the best choice for your prescription and eye health.
Wisconsin Vision is proud to use eyeglass lenses from ZEISS, the world’s leading manufacturer of precision optics.
All our eyeglass lenses are hand-finished in our own state-of-the-art lens lab located in New Berlin, WI.
All clear ZEISS plastic eyeglass lenses include ZEISS UVProtect technology for protection against UV radiation.
ZEISS offers a comprehensive range of optical lenses for vision correction including special lenses designed for specific environments and activities.
ZEISS lenses are available with the most advanced lens enhancements, including anti-glare & anti-scratch coatings.
Types of Optical Lenses
Single vision lenses
Single vision lenses have the same prescription power across the entire lens. Ideal for correcting myopia (near-sightedness) and hyperopia (far-sightedness).
Bifocals are made up of two lenses to correct both near and far-sighted vision. Bifocals have a visible dividing line between the two.
Trifocals are made up of three lenses to correct not only near and far distance vision, but also presbyopia, the inability to focus in the middle distance (caused by loss of flexibility in the eye’s lens).
Progressive lenses are becoming an increasingly popular choice over bifocals and trifocals. Progressive lenses correct vision at near, middle and far distances with no “transition zone” or visible divide.
Toric lenses are a type of single-vision lens used to correct astigmatism by adding cylinder correction, an additional prescription power.
Prism lenses correct heterophoria, a vision disorder characterized by the eyes not looking in the same direction when at rest.
Optical Lenses for Specific Problems
ZEISS lenses take advantage of the latest innovations in optical technology to deliver finely-tuned solutions for many different lifestyles and applications.
ZEISS Digital Lenses
Designed to reduce eyestrain caused by smartphones and other digital devices. Your eyes feel relaxed and fresh, even when you frequently shift between screens and far distances.
ZEISS Office Lenses
Designed to improve vision and comfort for people who struggle to focus at near and mid-distances, the most common range of vision required for office work.
ZEISS DriveSafe Lenses
Designed especially for driving, DriveSafe Lenses minimize visual stress when driving by reducing glare, allowing for better focus when shifting between the road, the dash and mirrors, and improved vision at night or in poor weather conditions.
ZEISS GT2 Progressive Lenses
The award-winning GT2 by ZEISS offers superior visual ergonomics and smooth transitions between lens powers. Upgrade your progressive lenses and enjoy satisfying, natural vision no matter what you’re doing.
ZEISS Individual Lenses
Available in both single-vision and progressives, ZEISS Individual lenses are optimized for every individual power, giving you outstanding range of vision, clarity, color perception and contrast sensitivity.
ZEISS Sunglass Lenses
Whether you wear prescription sunglasses or not, ZEISS high-performance sunglass lenses give you outstanding vision with three customized options: Urban, Drive, and Active.
ZEISS PhotoFusion Lenses
Self-tinting lenses react to changing light conditions by darkening or clearing quickly. PhotoFusion lenses ensure color consistency and offer enhanced blue light and UV protection indoors or out.
ZEISS EnergizeMe Lenses
Optimized for the special needs of contact lens wearers, EnergizeMe eyeglass lenses give you more comfortable vision and refreshed eyes when switching from contacts to glasses.
is a thermal-cured plastic polymer popular because of its low cost and light weight.
was first used to make helmet visors and safety glasses and is now a popular choice for prescription eyeglasses. Polycarbonate is lighter and more impact-resistant than CR-39 plastic.
a higher refractive index (how efficiently light passes through the material) than CR-39 plastic, making the lenses thinner and lighter.
lenses have excellent optical qualities, are scratch resistant and typically cost less than plastic. Glass lenses are not widely used because they are heavier and break more easily than plastic.