Here at the office of Dr. Leah McConnaughey, Dr. Khristopher Ballard, and Dr. Laura Andre, the quality of ophthalmic products is one of our highest priorities. Our goal is to offer the highest quality glasses in Hillsboro. We carry a wide selection of over 500 designer eyeglasses frames including Oakley, Banana Republic, and many more. We use the highest quality lenses with Transitions and Crizal anti-glare coatings.

Glasses are used to correct the different types of refractive error: myopia(near-sightedness), hyperopia(far-sightedness), astigmatism, and presbyopia. There are many different options for frame material, lenses, and lens coatings.


                                     For glasses in Hillsboro we offer the highest quality progressive addition lens   designs (no-line bifocals) and lens coatings :

                                                  We carry frames from the following manufacturers:

 

Trifocals

 

Eyeglasses basics

 

Progressive addition lenses are what most people need when they need bifocals. They have areas specifically for distance, intermediate, and near like trifocals except the areas are blended together and the reading power gets more powerfully progressively as you go from the top to bottom.

Trifocals are very similar to bifocals except they have a second line in the lens. The area in the middle is used for intermediate or arm's length distance. It allows you to see well in the distance, at the computer distance, and up close.  


Progressive addition lenses or no-line bifocals

 

Address

925 West Main Street

Hillsboro, OH 45133

 

PHONE:937-393-3212

FAX: 937-393-5065

Office hours

Monday thru Thursday: 8am-5pm

Friday: 8am-4pm

Some Saturdays: 8am-1:00pm

After hours: Call office for doctor

on call


Bifocals

There are many different options when you need glasses. Most people start with single vision glasses where they are set for either just distance or just near then transition to glasses for distance and near. The articles below are provided by AllAboutVision.com to aid in understanding the differences between bifocals, trifocals, and progressive addition lenses.

 

Bifocals are used for people who need correction for distance as well as near tasks. The top portion of the lens has the distance prescription and the bottom power is set for reading and close work.