Zeiss Eyeglass Lenses From Visionology

Visionology is proud to offer our guests i.Scription®, a revolutionary new technology by ZEISS® that determines your unique vision requirements with far greater precision than standard methods, resulting in eyeglasses more attuned to your vision needs than any other lenses available today.

We Are the Clear Vision Experts

Traditional eyeglass lenses only correct some of your vision, but leave behind distortions that reduce clarity in more challenging vision situations like at night and in low-light conditions. You may see glare, halos, and starbursts around lights. These represent some of the most common complaints of eyeglass wearers.

i.Scription® refines your vision to an unprecedented level of precision to give you the clearest vision available.

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I love my new glasses and prescription! Makes a huge difference for driving at night.
Heather, Draper
Our exclusive i.Profiler® instrument scans your eyes and creates a customized vision profile, similar to a fingerprint of your vision. The scan details all the small distortions particular to your eyes. That data is sent to a high tech lab that customizes your i.Scription® lenses that can then be put into any frame you choose.
Research has shown that many people notice clearer night vision with less haloing around lights, less glare from headlights, and less starbursting effects. Others have noticed improved contrast, for example during dawn and dusk, even improved color perception. Many people say their vision is more comfortable with less eye strain.
Do you want to be sure you’re getting the most accurate, clearest prescription available? We can show you simulations of what your vision would look like with and without the technology to see for yourself. (If you suffer from permanent vision loss from eye disease or scarring, the enhancing effect of this technology will be less noticeable. We would be happy to evaluate your situation and recommend alternative treatment options.)
This vision upgrade is very affordable at around $40, in addition to the cost of a custom lens.

Watch Dr. Peterson explain this technology on KSL TV.