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Prescription lenses are an important part of our overall health and well-being and it is important that your prescription is reviewed on a regular basis and updated as necessary.
In addition to correcting vision problems, your lenses can also help manage computer vision syndrome. One easy solution that protects you from computer vision syndrome is the coating of your lenses with a protective anti-reflective substance that reduces the blue light that is absorbed by your eyes. If you are experiencing eye issues such as blurriness or headaches while using a back lit device (e.g. your computer, tablet or phone), and your prescription is up to date, computer vision syndrome may be the cause.
Our staff can review your work habits and evaluate the amount of time you spend working on a computer and determine if your vision may be suffering due to this use. Blue light anti-reflective coatings like Duralens Blue Protect by Zeiss and Recharge by Hoya decrease the amount of blue light getting to the eyes by 30-35% and your prescription glasses can be treated with these coatings in order to protect your eye health and vision.
How Do I Get Rid of Annoying Glare?
Many people who wear glasses are annoyed by the reflections that show up, making it harder to see clearly. You can request that your lenses be coated with anti-reflective coating, also known as AR coating, that will help you see more clearly and eliminate those annoying glare spots for good. This also helps eliminate the glare that can occur when getting your photo taken.
How Often Do I Need a New Pair of Glasses?
It is best to visit every year so that someone can check your prescription. It can change over time and you will want to ensure that your glasses are created with the correct prescription to provide you with the best vision possible.
What Do the Numbers on my Eyeglass Prescription Mean?
Your optometrist writes your prescription in a standardized format so it can be interpreted worldwide. The first set of numbers indicates the power of the spherical lens to correct your nearsightedness or farsightedness. The minus sign is the lens power needed to correct your nearsightedness and the plus sign is the lens power needed to correct farsightedness.