Corrective eyewear refers to prescription glasses or reading glasses, which are used to correct the following vision problems: myopia, hyperopia, presbyopia or astigmatism.
For myopia, high-index eyeglass lenses are good choices, as they are thinner and lighter. As for presbyopia or hyperopia, the following are good choices: multifocal lenses, progressive lenses or reading glasses. These eyeglass lenses can help to correct presbyopia or hyperopia.
Eyeglass lenses often include the following types: aspheric lenses, high-index lenses, wavefront lenses, polycarbonate lenses, polarized lenses. Anti-reflective coating or scratch-resistant coating, can often be used to prevent glare or scratching.