CFL-18 Aspheric Progressive

  • Advanced, latest generation design

  • Among the industry’s highest patent adaptation rates

  • True, consistent curve for superior vision

  • Significantly reduced peripheral distortion

  • Optimal corridor length fits a greater range of frames

Paradigm-16 Short Corridor

  • In-focus benefits in a true short corridor design

  • Easier adaptation and comfort for smaller frames

  • Broadens your range of fitting options

Progressive Paradigm-20 Standard Progressive

  • Ideal for larger eye size frames

  • Super soft design for easy adaptation

18mm Fitting Height

16mm Fitting Height

20mm Fitting Height

Flat Top

Aspheric FT-28
Optical Dynamics flagship flat-top multifocal is a true premium lens design. This should be the new standard for your bifocal patients. A super-thin lens provides comfort along with greatly improved optics. The advanced aspheric design eliminates oblique power errors and maximizes perceived viewing areas.
A premium upgrade for all FT wearers
Spherical FT-28
This is a traditional spherical FT-28 design. The simplicity of its design and wide acceptance are enhanced by light weight ClearLight or SmartShades lens material.

  • 75mm finished lens diameter

Aspheric Single Vision

Traditional Finished Plastic +4.00 Lens

ClearLight +4.00 w/edge to edge optics

Our aspheric single vision lenses have a super-thin profile with greatly improved optics, wider, clearer more usable viewing area and a more accurate prescription across the entire lens surface. Looking at the above lens plots it is easy to see that traditional manufacturing creates a "sweet spot" in the lens that is actually on power. The Q-2100R casting process delivers a lens that has edge-to-edge optics.
This represents a true premium upgrade for all your single vision wearers and your opportunity to improve your sales and margins by offering advanced lens designs.

The Aspheric Advantage
Traditional spherical lenses have steep curves, resulting in thicker lenses. Aspheric technology eliminates this problem by flattening the front curve. The result is a thinner, more comfortable and appealing lens. All your patients should be given the opportunity to experience the Aspheric Advantage.