Choosing the right lenses


The world of prism glasses offers an innovative solution to vision problems related to eye muscles and double vision. Learn how these special glasses work, what benefits they offer and how they are customized. Improve your vision quality and enjoyment of life with prism glasses

The Evolution Continues: Transition Gen 8 Lenses

Transition lenses Generation 8 are the future of eyeglass lenses. These photochromic lenses adapt to different light conditions at lightning speed, offer UV protection and unbeatable comfort. Whether indoors or out, they're the ideal choice for modern eyeglass wearers. Discover the technology that will revolutionize your vision.

Calculate glass thickness

To calculate the thickness of your lenses, take into account the correction power, the lens material and the refractive index. An optician can help you.

Computer glasses

This article explains the importance and benefits of workplace eyewear. They improve the quality of vision in the workplace, reduce eye strain and promote productivity. Proper selection and care are critical for optimal results.

Progressive lenses

Progressive lenses offer gradual correction from near vision to distance vision, eliminating the need to change glasses. They ensure a smooth transition between the different zones.

Single vision glasses

Single vision lenses offer clear, personalized vision correction. Discreet and precise, they address myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism seamlessly, providing optimal visual clarity without drawing attention.


Les verres traités anti-reflets réduisent les reflets gênants, améliorant la clarté visuelle et l'esthétique des lunettes. Ils atténuent la fatigue oculaire et augmentent le confort visuel, surtout en conduisant ou devant un écran.

Photochromic lenses

Photochromic lenses adapt automatically to changing light conditions. They offer UV protection outdoors and become clear indoors, eliminating the need to change glasses.


Presbyopia is a common age-related visual problem affecting near vision. It often requires reading glasses to correct near vision.


Hyperopia is a visual defect in which near objects are blurred. This is often the result of the cornea being too slightly curved or the eyeball being too short. Glasses can correct this problem.


Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, is a common eye problem. This article highlights causes, symptoms, and treatment options for nearsightedness, including eyeglasses, contact lenses, and eye surgery. Preventive measures such as breaks in near vision and spending more time outdoors are also discussed.

Prescription sunglasses

Sunglasses combine UV protection with personalised optical correction. They allow you to enjoy the sun while keeping your vision clear and comfortable.

Organic glass

Organic lenses are lightweight and impact-resistant, making them ideal for everyday wear. It also offers better protection against UV rays than mineral lenses.

Mineral glass

Mineral glass is highly resistant to scratches and offers excellent optical quality. However, it is heavier than organic glass and can break more easily.

Polycarbonate glass

The polycarbonate lens is lightweight, impact-resistant and scratch-resistant, making it an excellent choice for sports activities and children's eyewear.

Anti-scratch treatment

The anti-scratch coating enhances the durability of the lenses, protecting them from damage caused by everyday scratches. It ensures clear, sharp vision over the long term.

Clean Coat

The anti-fouling coating repels dirt and grease, making lenses easier to clean. It also prevents fogging, improving visual clarity, especially in humid or hot conditions.

Glasses or contacts

The choice between glasses and contact lenses depends on factors such as comfort, lifestyle, visual needs, maintenance, cost, appearance and ocular sensitivity

Anti-fatique glasses

Anti-fatigue glasses are an effective solution to eye strain caused by VDU work. They filter blue light, improve sleep and protect the eyes. Find out about the selection and care of these glasses.

Personalised glasses

Personalised eyewear is specially tailored to your visual needs and style. They offer a unique and optimal experience by combining comfort, correction and aesthetics.

Lens index

The glass index determines the thickness of the lenses. The higher the index, the thinner the lenses. This reduces the thickness and weight of the glasses.

Our corrective lenses

Our lenses represent a remarkable technological advance, offering exceptional visual clarity and optimum comfort. Their commitment to optical excellence is reflected in every pair.

Anti blue light

Anti-blue light glasses filter out the harmful rays emitted by screens. They reduce eye fatigue and improve sleep. Ideal for prolonged use in front of screens.