Lenses

Some things are so routine that we don’t even think about doing them. Wearing contact lenses is an example of this. You put them in every day, and it feels weird to blink without them in. You don’t remember to take them out at night, and you always forget to put the case back in …

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Ultraviolet rays can cause premature aging or, worse, skin cancer. However, we learned that blue light could also affect our health in recent years. There is still conclusive evidence that such light can damage our skin, but scientists agree that it can harm your eyesight.   This is why we need anti-glare eyeglasses. You might ask if the hype …

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You probably already know that it is a good idea to get regular eye exams. Unfortunately, not many people feel like their vision is a priority and often visit their eye doctor only when there’s something wrong with their eyes.  But did you know that your eye check ups can give you more information about …

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Whether your vision is blurry or not, there are several causes for poor-quality images. The eye focuses light on creating the images you see. When the eye cannot focus properly, the result may be blurry vision. This happens when over 2 million components of the eye malfunction. In fact, blurry vision may occur if you …

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When you get a general checkup, your doctor might suggest you visit an eye doctor to get your eyes tested. A comprehensive visit will let you see what’s going on with your vision, and it can uncover other issues, too. In this blog post, you will learn why regular eye exams are important and what …

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It’s common to hear the term 20-20 vision in everyday conversation about eyesight or eye care. According to its formal definition, normal visual acuity is the clarity or sharpness of vision measured at a distance of 20 feet. If you have normal vision, you can see things as clearly at 20 feet as someone with …

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Transition lenses, often referred to as photochromic lenses, are reputed for getting dark in direct sunlight and lightening under soft light conditions. These lenses eliminate the hassle of the need to switch between sunglasses and traditional prescription specs. This is because these glasses can be used as both, depending on the outer lighting conditions as …

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