Preventing Scratched Lenses On Your Prescription Glasses

Posted on: 29 August 2015
When you wear prescription eyeglasses, you will more than likely wear them a lot. This means you will be wearing them under many different types of conditions. Handling them will become second nature and you can get less and less careful with them as time goes on. However, your lenses can get scratched easier than you may think. Scratched lenses can affect how well you see out your glasses. Following the tips below will help you prevent scratches in your lenses.
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A Guide To The Types Of Contact Lenses

Posted on: 15 July 2015
You may be surprised by all the choices if you're new to contact lenses or just haven't worn them in a while. There are many manufacturers making lenses in a variety of styles and for a variety of eye conditions, which makes it easier to find the lenses that are a perfect fit for you. Knowing your options before your appointment will help you make an informed choice at the eye care center.
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The Facts About Three Popular Cateract Misconceptions

Posted on: 10 June 2015
If your eye doctor has suggested that you may have cateracts, it's in your best interest to make sure that you understand both the condition and how it's typically treated. Despite how common the condition is, there are many misconceptions about both, and you may find yourself confused and struggling to know what to expect. Here's a look at some of the common myths associated with cateracts and the truth that you need to know about them.
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High-Tech Eyeglasses Monitor Physical Activity

Posted on: 25 May 2015
Can you imagine wearing eyeglasses that not only correct your vision but allow you to track your physical exercise for health purposes? They aren't on the market yet, but one day soon, you may be able to get lenses in these fashionable frames from your optometrist.  Features of Activity-Tracking Frames Think of how you might wear a pedometer to track how many steps you take in a day. These frames will do that for you.
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