Prescription Lenses And Weather Conditions

Posted on: 17 October 2017
If you work outdoors, or you spend a lot of time outside regardless of the weather, then you want to make sure that you get prescription lenses that accommodate your needs in those conditions. This article will cover different types of weather and explain why some types of lenses may be better for those conditions than others. Lenses for high winds – If you are going to be out in extreme winds frequently then you should consider getting yourself a pair of glasses instead of only having contact lenses.
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Two Tips To Help You Maintain The Health Of Your Eyes

Posted on: 25 July 2017
When your eyes work as they should, you likely don't give much thought to them.  It can be quite easy to forget how wonderful it is to have eyes capable of seeing all of the wonderful colors of the world around you.  However, if you want to enjoy that ability for the long haul, there are a few practices you should begin right now.  It's never too early to start learning about ophthamology and caring about the health of your eyes.
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Tips For Adjusting To Wearing Prescription Eyeglasses For The First Time In Your Life

Posted on: 18 May 2017
If you are getting older and have decided that it is time to get some reading glasses so you can read the small print in your newspaper again, then you need to understand that there will be an adjustment period for your new prescription eyeglasses. Since your eyes and brain need some time to adjust to seeing the world through a different lens, you may find this adjustment period to be uncomfortable and frustrating.
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Keep An Eye Out For These Signs That Suggest Changes In Your Eyesight

Posted on: 6 May 2016
When you wear glasses, an annual visit to your optometrist will reveal whether there's been enough of a change in your eyesight to warrant a new glasses prescription. However, there are times at which your eyesight will change dramatically in the months between your scheduled optometrist appointments, meaning that it's a good idea to schedule an additional appointment to confirm what you might suspect — that it's time for new glasses.
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