3 Reasons To Repair Your Glasses Instead Of Replacing

Posted on: 24 October 2018

Getting a new pair of glasses is a nice experience, but not when you're doing so just because your last pair suffered a minor problem that renders them unwearable. Whether your frame has snapped, an earpiece has come off, or something else, replacing your glasses isn't the best thing you can do for yourself. Here's why you should consider having your glasses repaired instead of replacing them. 1. Save Money
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Picking The Correct Lenses For Your Eyeglasses

Posted on: 23 April 2018

When it is time for new eyeglasses, most people spend a lot of time considering which frames they should get. While this can be important, do not forget to consider the options available for the lenses. In fact, not all lenses will fit or look good in all frames. Before looking at the frames, talk with the optician about the lenses. Here are a few things you need to discuss.
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Embarrassed To Wear Reading Glasses In Public? Here's How To Minimize Their Impact On Your Style

Posted on: 23 January 2018

Just because your eyesight isn't what it used to be and you need to wear reading glasses doesn't mean that your style or self-esteem has to suffer in the long run. Here is how to minimize the impact that your reading glasses may have on your personal style: Invest in Multiple Colors By investing in several different colors of reading glasses, you can match a pair with any color and style outfit you will be wearing for the day.
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How Looking At The Sun Affects Your Eyes

Posted on: 13 September 2017

If you're like many people who took a glance at the recent solar eclipse, you may be wondering if you caused any permanent damage to your eyes. Glancing too often or too long at the sun could damage your retina and severely affect your vision. However, how and when the damage becomes apparent my surprise you. Here are five things you should know about the sun and your eyes: The Damage Doesn't Show Up Quickly
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