Scratch Protection

For lenses that do not include an anti-reflective treatment, it is important to protect them with scratch protections through a scratch resistant treatment. Lenses that are treated on the front and backside with a clear, hard coating show increased resistance to scratching. A two-sided scratch resistant treatment is the best choice for optimal scratch resistant protection. Watch the video below and be sure to ask our optician about adding scratch protection to your lenses!

Scratch Protection

Although no lens material is scratch-proof, it is important to protect your lens with a scratch-resistant treatment. Lenses with the best scratch-resistant protection are treated on the front and back side with a clear, hard coating. Some lenses have built-in scratch resistance, however it’s important to know that not all scratch-resistant treatments are equal. And not all treatments provide the front and back surface of the lens. A two-sided scratch resistant treatment provides the best protection. Ask a staff member for more information on the best treatment for your lenses.

Serving Montpelier, Bryan, and the surrounding communities, we offer comprehensive eye health services for all members of your family. We know how much your eye health and appearance means to the quality of your life. Dr. Jason Kunsman, Dr. Roger Saneholtz and our staff are committed to excellence and serving your complete eye care needs.

The entire Tri-State Vision Center staff take the sincerest pleasure in taking part in your family's eye care needs. We are dedicated to providing the best care possible and helping our patients make the right decisions about their eyewear without pressuring them into purchasing unnecessary options. Contact us if you have questions about scratch protection options for your eyewear!