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Glasses & Contact Lenses

  • October Is Contact Lens Safety Month

    Developing healthy contact lens hygiene habits from the start, or reviewing them annually when you visit your eye doctor to update your contact lens prescription, is a great way to reduce your chances of having a contact lens related eye problem. Here are some healthy contact lens hygiene habits: Wash your hands with soap and […]

    Continue Reading October 11, 2018

  • How To Take Care Of Your Contact Lenses

    Properly caring for your contact lenses is synonymous with caring for your eyes. Contact lenses are safely used by millions of people everyday. They do, however, carry a risk of eye infection if worn or cleaned improperly. Your eyes allow you to see and experience the world around you, so it’s important to protect them, […]

    Continue Reading May 17, 2017

  • The Evolution of Sunglasses

    Who doesn’t love sunglasses? A pair of stylish shades not only makes us more fashionable but also provides vital protection for our eyes! Where did the idea of sunglasses begin, though? Let’s learn a little bit more about the history of sunglasses and how they came to be what they are today. Early Makeshift Sunglasses […]

    Continue Reading March 15, 2017

  • Swimming and Contacts are Risky Business

    Some people swim while wearing contact lenses, risking serious damage to their vision. Eye Irritation Isn’t Just Caused By Chlorine While many of us associate swimming pools with the smell with chlorine, the real culprits are chemicals that form when chlorine mixes with sweat, dirt, and urine. This concoction–known as chloramine–is the real cause for eye irritation, […]

    Continue Reading June 7, 2016

  • Are photochromic glasses right for you?

    For people who wear glasses, the transition from a sunny outdoors to a darker indoors can be hard on the eyes and cumbersome. Many people wind up with two pairs of eyeglasses — a pair of prescription lenses for indoors, as well as a pair of prescription sunglasses for outdoors — which they swap out depending […]

    Continue Reading April 27, 2016

  • Help Your Child To Love Their New Glasses

    Getting glasses when you are young can be a difficult adjustment for any child. Helping children adjust properly and love their glasses may be difficult, but it can make all the difference! We care about your child’s comfort and want them to become a proud wearer of spectacles! Here are some tips for parents to […]

    Continue Reading March 31, 2016