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Introducing Transitions® Optical’s Vantage™ Lens

Great news for anyone in the market for dependable variable tint lenses: Transitions® Optical has just put out an exciting product as part of their comprehensive range. It's called the Transitions® Vantage lens. The company has increased the features of their highly regarded light adapting lens with the addition of revolutionary variable polarization.

Light reflecting off surfaces like glass and water can make it harder and more uncomfortable to see. The process that filters these reflections, to make it easier to see clearly, is called polarization.

The brand new Transitions® Vantage product is the first photochromic lens with variable polarization - polarization that increases as the lenses get darker in sunlight.

As the Transition Vantage lenses darken, your vision gets sharper and brighter while at the same time, glare decreases, no matter what the lighting conditions are.

The Transitions® Vantage lens is made for everyday use, and can be used for a wide range of activities, from reading and using a computer, to working outside and driving. The lens is virtually clear when you're inside and turns into an extremely effective tinted lens when you go outside.

If you are in the market for eye wear that can be used full time, both inside and in the sun, ask your eye care professional about Transitions® Vantage lenses and how they can improve your quality of vision.

Dear Patients,

Dr. Lewis Eye Care has made the difficult choice to temporarily close due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic based on the recommendation of the CDC. We cannot perform eye exams while maintaining social distancing, so continuing to see patients at this time could contribute to the spread of the virus.

Our initial plan had been to reopen Monday April 6th. However, as we get closer to that date it is becoming apparent that we may have to be closed for a longer, indefinite period of time.

If you are having an urgent eye health issue, there are some clinics in our area that are seeing patients for emergencies during shorter business hours. You should call ahead to those offices before going to their clinic, as their availability might change day by day. Those clinics could include Vancouver Eye Care at 360-823-2020, Peace Health Medical Group Eye Care at 360-514-7210, and Vancouver Clinic in Salmon Creek at 360-882-2778.

If you need a glasses or contact lens prescription emailed to you from our office, click on the Contact Form link, type in your name, email, and what you are requesting, and we will email you the information you need as soon as we can.

Thank you for your understanding, and please stay healthy during this difficult time.

Sincerely,

Dr. Scott Lewis, OD