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Learning About The Benefits Of Contact Lenses and Eyeglasses


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Learning About The Benefits Of Contact Lenses and Eyeglasses

Hello, my name is Curtis. I am here to talk to you about glasses and contact lenses. Obtaining my first pair of glasses was life changing in so many ways. In some ways, I struggled to fit in with my peers, as many did not wear prescription lenses. In others, I was able to improve my school performance and participate in my favorite hobbies once again. I switched to contacts later in life and experienced even more improvements. I hope you can use the information on my site to embrace your need for prescription contact lenses and eyeglasses. Thank you.

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Long-Term Effects Of Blue Light
1 October 2018

If you use a computer or digital devices on a regu

Why You May Be Seeing Light Flashes
20 July 2018

Seeing flashes of light may be an indication of a

Teenagers – Negotiating With Your Parents To Get Contact Lenses
22 May 2018

As a teenager, you are coming to the age of respon

3 Keys To Recovering From Lasik Eye Surgery
5 March 2018

If you've had vision problems for a long time, get

4 Tips For Choosing The Best Eyeglass Frames
19 December 2017

Being able to see your best is sure to be foremost

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Long-Term Effects Of Blue Light

If you use a computer or digital devices on a regular basis, chances are you already know that the blue light emitted by them can be stressful for your eyes. However, if you feel like you're using these devices and your eyes aren't suffering at all, you could be wrong. Here's how. Surviving the Short-Term Some people are easily affected by eye strain while using devices that emit high levels of blue light. Read More 

Why You May Be Seeing Light Flashes

Seeing flashes of light may be an indication of a serious medical issue. Here are some of the medical conditions that can trigger light flashes. Damaged Retina The retina is the part of the eye that contains light-sensitive cells and generates nerve impulses that transmit signals from the eye to the brain. In short, you only see what you see because the retina is able to capture light signals and transmit them to your brain. Read More 

Teenagers – Negotiating With Your Parents To Get Contact Lenses

As a teenager, you are coming to the age of responsibility. With responsibility comes the necessity to argue your cases with your parents. If done respectfully, you can communicate with your parents to show them that you are ready for things that they might not think you can handle at this time. One thing that many teenagers want and parents are hesitant to allow is contact lenses. Glasses can get in the way when you're physically active and they can be not what you need for your social scene. Read More 

3 Keys To Recovering From Lasik Eye Surgery

If you've had vision problems for a long time, getting Lasik surgery may be the best corrective procedure. It corrects vision in most cases. Since it's an extensive procedure, though, you'll want to follow these recovery tips. They'll help you get through this surgery without any hiccups.  Know What to Expect So that you're calm and don't irritate your eyes even further after Lasik surgery, you need to know what to expect in terms of after-surgery symptoms. Read More 

4 Tips For Choosing The Best Eyeglass Frames

Being able to see your best is sure to be foremost on your mind. The first thing you will want to do is have a thorough eye exam that will identify the eyeglass prescription you will need. The good news is you can still look stylish when you choose the right frames to suit your look. Knowing specific tips for making the right choice is sure to beneficial to you. Read More