Zeiss Personalized Prescriptions
For more than 40 years, Laguna Eyes Optometry, Dr. Bill Harrison and Dr. Alicia Harrison have provided you with the latest technology and state-of-the-art diagnostic instrumentation. Our goal is to preserve and enhance vision throughout your life.
As a “ZEISS Perfect Office”, our optometrist in Laguna Beach, CA is committed to the best in eye care and the best possible eyewear for your vision needs. For more than 30 years, ZEISS has been the leader in precision optics. From eyeglass lenses to scientific research, Hollywood filmmaking and the U.S. Space Program, professionals who require the best in clarity, accuracy, and quality choose ZEISS.
See more with i.Scription® by ZEISS
i.Scription® is a revolutionary new technology by ZEISS that determines the unique requirements of your eyes with far greater precision than standard methods, resulting in eyeglass lenses more attuned to your vision needs than any other lenses available today.
The i.Scription difference begins with the eye exam. With i.Scription, your Laguna Beach eye doctor examines your pupil under multiple lighting conditions, and can detect even the smallest impediments to achieving optimal vision. The result is a more precise prescription and ZEISS customized lenses that can give you the best possible vision.
Better Night/Low Light Vision. Glare and halo effects are reduced at night
Better Color Vision. Colors are bright, intense, and more brilliant backgrounds look crisp and clean
Better Visual Contrast. White letters on a black background look crisp
Zeiss Progressive Individual® 2
Your eyes. Your style. Your life.
The prescription your doctor writes for you is completely personalized for your eyes.
But most progressive lenses are not: they use the same optics for many prescriptions. Your ZEISS Progressive Individual 2 lenses will be designed precisely for your prescription, and manufactured with legendary ZEISS precision for superior performance. You’ll enjoy wide, spacious fields of clear vision – up to 50% larger* than ordinary progressives.. Customized for your prescription, frame and face.
As a result, you’ll enjoy the following benefits custom designed for your exact prescription:
- Up to 50% larger fields of clear vision than ordinary lenses
- Designed to fit the frame you choose, large or small
- Designed for the way your lenses are worn, for sharper vision
The way you use your eyes is unique to you. You may spend more time than most focusing on one main distance (reading, computer work) or your life may emphasize constant refocusing for dynamic activities (driving, sports, gardening). New technology in ZEISS Progressive Individual® 2 lenses allows your eye care professional to enhance either the near or intermediate and dynamic viewing zones of your lenses to suit your visual lifestyle. You’ll benefit from outstanding vision for all distances, with extra vision support where you need it most. .
“Unbelievable, incredible clarity! I picked up my eyeglasses this evening and have had virtually no adjustment period with my Zeiss Individual, unlike prior experiences with other lenses. I haven’t experienced this level of clarity since having to forego my gas-permeable contact lenses for eyeglasses ten years ago! Thank you.” – Arlene
Only select practices have been certified to fit this advanced lens. Trust our experience and knowledge to create a Zeiss Individual® 2 lens that is perfect for just one person – you.
Ask us today how innovations like Zeiss Individual 2 lenses and PureCoat by ZEISS will allow you to be a part of the ultimate vision experience.
EyeFit Technology by ZEISS
The right visual balance for every patient.
All progressive lenses strive to provide a good balance of distance, intermediate, and near viewing zones. But one fixed balance won’t be ideal for every patient’s visual activity profile.
Eyefit Technology makes it easy to personalize ZEISS Progressive Individual® 2 lenses to deliver the right balance of near intermediate and distance vision for each patient. All you have to do is specify design option 2I (Intermediate/Dynamic) or 2N (Near) if warranted by the patient’s visual profile.