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How Progressive Lenses Work

By | 2018-02-09T20:26:49+00:00 February 9th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Presbyopia, or farsightedness caused by reduced elasticity of the eye’s lens, affects nearly everyone older than 50. About 42 percent of Americans who are in their prime are nearsighted. For them, a simple pair of reading glasses can’t solve the problem of presbyopia, and that’s where bifocals, trifocals, and progressive lenses come in. Options For

What Is Anti-Reflective Coating? Do I Really Need It?

By | 2018-02-09T20:24:12+00:00 February 9th, 2018|Uncategorized|

It’s a problem only those who wear glasses understand. You’re trying to take a selfie, but every time it seems like there’s a large glare where your eyes should be in the photo. That’s likely caused by the lack of an Anti-Reflective (AR) coating on your lenses. While it might make it tough to take

Avoid Harmful Blue-Light UV Exposure!

By | 2018-02-09T20:23:11+00:00 February 9th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Nearly two decades into the 21st century, most of us have nightly rituals that include checking our smartphones before bed. This might not be the healthiest way to end our days. Many eye doctors are concerned about the effects our screen time could have on our vision and our health, and the main cause of

Fighting The Drain Of Digital Eye Strain

By | 2017-10-18T00:21:10+00:00 October 18th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Fighting The Drain Of Digital Eye Strain Every year, more than ten million patients visit eye doctors for problems related to digital eye strain. It doesn’t take much to produce digital eye strain—as little as two hours in front of a computer per day gives you a 90 percent chance to develop it.

Signs its Time for An Eye Exam

By | 2017-10-18T00:16:37+00:00 October 18th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Signs its Time for An Eye Exam It’s always a good idea to schedule regular eye exams, but there are several reasons for visiting your optometrist between those regular appointments. What do we mean by “regular appointments?” Well, that varies, largely depending on age. Children should have their first eye exam at six months,