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There's a lot that goes into making that perfect pair of glasses. Here's an overview.
AR coatings: cut the glare and reduce eye-fatigue.
Try polarized lenses for a more enjoyable outdoor experience free from harsh glares and annoying glints.
There are a few different lens materials on the market, each with it's own advantages and disadvantages. It's the job of a Registered Optician to help you decide the best possible material for your lenses.
The convenience of online shopping is undeniable, but there are some things in this world that benefit from the human touch. We feel eyewear is still one of them.
Computer usage affect the eyes in two ways: It causes reduced blinking and exposes the eyes to high-energy blue light.
Your prescription is based on the shape of your eyeball, the curvature of your cornea and the ability of your eye’s lens to relax and contract to change the focal depth. If your eyes have defects in their curves/shape or lens reshaping, then the beams of light that reach the back of your eye (the...…
What are progressive lenses and why do they take getting used to? Bifocals are lenses that have more than one prescription in them (one part of the lens holds the prescription for seeing far away, and another part holds the prescription for reading up close). Traditionally, the reading portion of the lens visibly sticks because of a harsh...…
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