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Glasses

  • Prescription sunglasses

    Are Prescription Sunglasses Worth It?

    If you wear glasses then you know how frustrating the summer can be. Regular prescription glasses offer little to no protection from the sun’s light and glare. Clip-on sunglasses are heavy and slide down your nose constantly if you sweat even the slightest bit. One solution would be to buy a pair of prescription sunglasses, […]

    Continue Reading June 15, 2020

  • What You Don’t Know About Vision Loss Might Surprise You

    The American Optometry Association conducted its 2020 Eye-Q survey, which aims to understand just how much adults in the U.S. truly understand—or don’t understand—about the health of their eyes and their risk for vision loss. The results are, pardon the pun, eye-opening.  You may be surprised to see if you would be included in some […]

    Continue Reading March 16, 2020

  • 2 Stories Of How The Right Vision Test Can Change A Child’s World

    In the blog post Is Your Child Struggling In School? It Could Be Vision Related Rather Than A Learning Problem, we took a look at how undiagnosed vision problems in children can all too often be misdiagnosed as learning disabilities or behavioral problems.  In fact, 1 out of 4 children struggle with reading and learning […]

    Continue Reading August 30, 2019

  • Flattering Or Flop? How To Find The Right Frames For Your Face

    Have you ever met someone and the first thing that jumps out at you is their glasses? Maybe the frames are too big for their face, or the style and color screams, “Attention on the glasses, not the face!” Or, on the other hand, maybe you’ve seen someone with a pair of glasses that really […]

    Continue Reading May 30, 2019

  • Why & When Should Children Have Eye Exams?

    Why & When Should Children Have Eye Exams?

    It’s estimated that one out of four children struggle with reading and learning because of undiagnosed vision problems. Many of the signs, symptoms, and behaviors that are caused by vision problems are also associated with learning disabilities, so some of these children are misdiagnosed as having a learning disability. Since 80% of what children learn […]

    Continue Reading April 15, 2019

  • Can Contact Lenses Be Bifocal Or Progressive?

    Can Contact Lenses Be Bifocal Or Progressive?

    Are you finding that you have to hold a newspaper or a book farther and farther from your face to see the words clearly, or has it become harder to read small print than you once were able to? This change in vision is very common, particularly if you’re near or over the age of […]

    Continue Reading January 15, 2019