See the World through HD Lenses

High definition lenses, also known as digital lenses, are now available. These advanced technology lenses offer a number of benefits over conventionally surfaced lenses. Unlike conventional lenses, HD lenses are manufactured using digital computer technology and diamond-cutting tools that allow the lenses’ surface to be customized to an individual’s eyes.

The quality of a high definition lens is similar to the quality of a digital camera. The higher the pixel count, the higher the degree of resolution, resulting in crisp vision with unmatched depth and clarity.

What are the Benefits of HD Lenses?

This customized vision correction solves unique vision problems and provides wearers with superior clarity, and sharper, brighter eyesight, whether they are nearsighted, farsighted, or have a mild astigmatism. High definition lenses also enable patients to enjoy up to a 20 percent wider vision channel for both intermediate and near distances, making computer use and reading more comfortable and enjoyable.

Are HD Lenses for Me?

High definition lenses are ideal for all patients who want to experience the latest in lens technology, while those with high prescriptions and large amounts of astigmatism will experience the greatest wow factor.

For more information on HD lenses, please ask Dr. Scott and Staci Ecenbarger, or a member of the Ecenbarger Eye Care staff.

The doctors and staff at Ecenbarger Eye Care are excited to be seeing patients again! For your safety and peace of mind, we have instituted recommendations from the CDC to protect you from coronavirus. This includes reducing the number of people allowed in the office at the same time, disinfecting the exam rooms and common areas between each patient, and requiring masks for patients and staff. Through the duration of May, we are performing eye exams and service by appointment only. You will be required to check in from the parking lot and wait in your car until you can be ushered directly to your appointment. Reach us via our main phone line (616-532-2020) Monday-Thursday 9 AM - 4 PM and Friday 9 AM - Noon. If you need us outside of those hours, please follow the instructions on the answering machine.