• How to Adjust Your Frames and Clean Your Lenses

    Do you find yourself constantly cleaning your lenses because they’re dirty? What about continuously bending your frames back and forth because they’re not sitting right on your face? These uncomfortable and very annoying problems can be solved, and here’s the best part – you can do it yourself! We’re here to help you out with a few simple ways to clean your lenses and adjust your frames, so you can see clearly and feel comfortable once again. Adjusting Your Frames The idea of adjusting your frames can be overwhelming to some people who have never done it before. Let’s start with a few safe ways. A great way to adjust…

  • The Benefits of AR Coating

    What is anti-reflective coating and how will it benefit you? Anti-Reflective (AR) coating cuts down on the frustrating glare on your lenses. It also helps reduce any glare from hitting your eyes at night or while using a computer. AR coating works by increasing the light transmission through the lenses, providing you with the clearest, sharpest vision at all times. Another benefit of anti-reflective is its ability to reduce glare from light in photographs. Therefore, you will no longer have to worry about taking your eyeglasses on and off for pictures in order to avoid that dreadful glare across your lenses. Try leaving them on and see how different your…

  • Presbyopia & Blue Light Filtering Reading Glasses | Blue495

    If you’ve ever been out to dinner with someone over 40 and they look like their forehead is about to pop a vein while trying to read the menu, then you know what Presbyopia looks like. Simply put, Presbyopia is a normal change that takes place to the muscle in our eyes responsible for focusing. As we age, the muscle weakens in a slow and predictable way leading to worsening vision while reading and engaging in other near point activities. As we move along the ladder of time, our “number” goes up. It starts around +1.00 in our early 40’s and caps out around +2.50 for most people in our mid 60’s.…

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