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Do prescription eyeglasses with a UV coating have a visible tint?

Treating an eyeglass lens to make it ultraviolet absorbent does not add a visible tint to the lens. The very slight difference in visible light transmission created by an ultraviolet absorber can only be detected with sensitive optical instruments.

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