Who should wear transition lenses?
Transitions lenses are for everybody.
So no matter where you live or what you do—day in and day out—Transitions lenses are the ideal everyday prescription eyeglasses for children, adults, and patients with special eye care needs.
Is transition lens necessary?
Glasses wearers still need to be shielded from the sun’s harmful UV rays and transition lenses allow them to do so. … Direct ocular exposure to UV rays can be extremely harmful. Transition lenses provide valuable protection from these rays and keep the eyes from being as sensitive to light.
Are transition lenses bad for your eyes?
Aside from the sun, transition lenses offer protection against other light sources that may damage the eyes. This includes harmful blue light from screens and various devices. The exposure is also associated with migraines, photophobia, eyestrain, fatigue, and squinting.
Can you wear Transition lenses at night?
Yes. They can be worn any place that you would wear regular clear lenses all day, every day. Transitions lenses help you see more comfortably inside and out, day and night.
How long does it take Transition lenses to change back?
It takes approximately 30 seconds for your clear photochromic lenses to darken, and the tint on your lenses may continue to change gradually (and subtly) to an even darker shade for the first 10 minutes that you’re outside.
How long do Transition lenses last?
Transitions lenses begin to fade back to clear as soon as UV rays are no longer present. How long do Transitions Lenses last? Transitions lenses are designed to last two years, which is generally the lifetime of your vision care prescription.
Why do my transition lenses not get dark?
Temperature affects how Transitions change. When they’re hot (like in the summer), the lenses will change slower and won’t get as dark. … When Transition lenses do wear out, they will take on a yellowish tinge when they’re clear. They will no longer get as dark at that point.