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Non-Glare Lenses: A Necessity 

Non-Glare Lenses: A Necessity  If you wear glasses, you might notice the difference between lenses that have an anti-reflective coating from those that don’t. Anti-reflective coating, or non-glare lenses not only improve your vision but help reduce eye strain and makes your eyeglasses look more attractive. What exactly are non-glare lenses? Anti-reflective, or non-glare glasses…
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Children & Myopia Control

Today, Myopia presents itself at an earlier age in more children than in the past. Studies have shown that part of the increase in nearsightedness is because more people are doing work up close; this isn’t just a computer and increased screen time, though--reading for long periods can also impact your eyes. There are four options…
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Children’s Vision Protocol

Children constantly grow and change. Their clothes become too small, their shoes become too tight, and their skills become more advanced. Although for parents, these stepping stones may happen too fast, it’s a part of life. It is important to get your children’s vision regularly checked to keep up with this constant activity throughout their…
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FAQ: Computer Vision Syndrome

What is computer vision syndrome? Computer vision syndrome, or CVS, is the discomfort or symptoms caused by focusing on a computer or technological device for a long and uninterrupted time. Common symptoms include: Headaches Loss of Focus Burning Eyes Tired eyes Red Eyes Double Vision Eye Twitching Blurred Vision Neck and Shoulder Pain Commonly Asked…
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