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(Press Release) RANCHO CORDOVA, CA — VSP Optics Group is expanding its Unity portfolio to include Unity Via Progressive Lenses. Unveiled at the 2017 International Vision Expo East, Unity Via is specifically designed to be easy to fit and deliver the most advanced and comfortable vision for patients.

Unity Via’s intelligent technology brings a new approach to fitting and delivers precise vision correction with ergonomic comfort.

Rather than forcing the eye to adjust to the lens, these designs follow the natural path of the eye for a comfortable fit. With a few simple measurements, eye care professionals can be confident that whatever their patients’ visual needs are, Unity Via will provide them with accurate and effortless vision.

“Unity Via represents an exciting new milestone in ophthalmic lens design,” said Randy Dannewitz, vice president of product development for VSP Optics Group. “Having helped bring to market many customized lens designs, I have never before seen such intelligent technology that helps eye care professionals make easy and comfortable vision a reality for their patients from the moment they first put on their glasses.”

Unity Via excels in areas of lifestyle performance, close vision and ease of finding the right focus.

Unity Via will be available April 12, 2017. The portfolio includes five new progressive lens options in the F, N, and O categories, including designs for frames with high-wrap, and for patients who use mobile devices for more than 4 hours per day.

Detailed product specs and materials availability are accessible on Unity Via Picture


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