AVA Lense
AVA Lense


High precision vision from eye exam to lenses



Whether you’re new to glasses or have worn them for years you’ve probably come across the term glasses prescription. Your prescription is the result of your eye examination and allows your optician to dispense the right lenses to correct your vision.


Eyesight and corrective lenses are measured in dioptres, a unit of power. For decades eyes have been measured to a quarter of a dioptre (D), you may have seen your lens prescription ends with .25D, .50D .75D or just .00D.


This abides by the current correction standards, but it limits the precision corrective lenses can deliver and fundamentally it can limit your experience, so much so that 95% of the population has a more sensitive vision than the graduation steps of 0.25 current dioptres.*


That’s why we developed AVA, Advanced Vision Accuracy. A breakthrough vision experience in 3 key steps for maximum precision: eye examination, personalised measurements and lenses.



A more precise eye examination

Your optometrist will measure your eyes based on a new subjective refraction at 0.01 dioptre.**


A revolutionary experience

See the difference AVA can make in a real-life immersive setting


Your new precise prescription integrated into your premium lenses

To bring you great precision*, for vision comfort and sharpness, so you can enjoy what you love to do every day.




  • A more precise eye exam resulting in a vision prescription with an incredible level of precision


  • Comparison between your new precise prescription and your previous one, in a real-life situation, so you will see the difference immediately


  • Sharp, comfortable lenses so that you can enjoy more of what you love to do every day


What are the benefits of AVA lenses?

Your lenses will be manufactured with an AVA prescription, to 0.01D, so that you will be able to benefit from sharp and comfortable vision.

What is a prescription?

Your prescription is the result of your eye examination and allows your optician to dispense the right lenses to correct your vision.


How will I be able to see the difference between my current prescription and an AVA prescription?

At the end of your eye exam, the optometrist will show you an on-screen immersive image of a real-life situation with an AVA correction and also with your former prescription so you can see the difference. 

What’s the difference between a normal prescription and the one that I get from the AVA experience?

Your prescription is measured in diopters (D), in fact, your prescription is measured to the closet quarter of a dioptre(D). You may have noticed that your current or previous lens prescription ends with .25D, .50D .75D or just .00D. Our latest research shows that 95% of people have more sensitive vision than the current correction steps of 0.25 dioptres.*

Understanding this, we developed a revolutionary measurement experience for opticians so you can have the ultimate visual precision when looking through your next pair of lenses. Your AVA lenses will be manufactured with your precise prescription at 0.01 diopter.


Is AVA available with all Essilor lenses?

You can have an AVA prescription on our progressive lenses; Varilux X series, Varilux Physio, and also on our single vision lens design range, Eyezen.


* Study conducted by Essilor® - 146 patients between 18yo and 65yo – Singapore – 2016.


** While prescribed and calculated with 0.01dpt precision, the lenses must be manufactured with standard applicable tolerances