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Frequent questions
Frequent questions
Frequent questions

Frequent questions about Impression lenses.

How a Rodenstock  Impression lens differ from a conventional lens?

Unlike conventional lenses, Rodenstock Impression® lenses are realized taking into account the individual parameters of each wearer, such as: face form, pupillary distance, frame shape and the frame position on the face. Rodenstock includes these individual parameters in the calculation and production of Impression® lenses. The result is an unique lens realized according to the visual needs of each wearer and which offers optimum vision.

How many types of Impression® lenses may be ordered?

Impression® product family offers a complete range of lenses: single vision, progressives, degressives (optimized lenses for different distances for near and intermediate), and even sport lenses, all optimized taking into account the wearer individual parameters.

Can I order Impression lenses at any optician?

Use our database of partner optics across the country, you can order Impression® lenses from these opticians or you can contact us directly and we will recommend you an optician in your town.

What is the level of accommodation and compatibility for Impression® lenses customers?

There are customers who cannot accommodate to progressive lenses, but Impression® progressives are characterized by a greatly reduced "balancing effect" and binocular congruent  visual zones at far, intermediate and near, very wide, permitting spontaneous accommodation and long term compatibility. So, even the wearers who had difficulties with conventional progressive lenses have great chances to accommodate with Impression® lenses.

What makes Impression® Mono lenses better than conventional single vision lenses?

The advantage of Impression® Mono lenses is that offer the best quality of vision on the whole lens surface, optimized by individual parameters for each wearer. With Impression® Mono, the whole lens surface is used for clear peripheral vision, without distortions. The benefits of this lens will be visible especially to customers with high diopter. Beside these optical advantages, Impression® Mono offers exceptional comfort in wearing being thin and light.

I have vision problems when I work at the office (ex: at the computer). Is there an Impression® lens suitable in this case?

Conventional reading glasses are most of the time inadequate at the working place, because they offer good visiont only for near zone. You can obtain maximum visual comfort in the work space with Impression Ergo FS® or Impression Ergo® lenses. These individualized degressive lenses are perfect when you read, work on the computer, but also when you look further from the monitor, in the room. Both types of Impression® degressive lenses offer wider visual fields for near zone than conventional degressive lenses.

What are the benefits of a wide reading zone?

A wide reading zone means that Impression® lenses offer clear vision until the edge of the lens, even for the near zone. So, you do not have to move your head to avoid blurry view at the edge of the lens.

Impression® lenses may be used also for sport glasses?

Rodenstock specially designed Impression® Sport individualized lenses and Impression® Mono Sport individualized single vision lenses for sport frames.