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  • Frame Guide: How to Choose the Best Glasses for your Face Shape

    Once you know which shape your face most closely resembles, then you can start narrowing down frame styles that will complement this shape. See our suggestions.Oval faces are well balanced, with a gently curved jawline that is slightly narrower than the forehead. Cheekbones are generally high. Oval is a versatile face shape with features that can work with a variety of frames. Ovals biggest [...]

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    Frame Materials

    Choosing a frame material that suits your purpose is critical as it plays a huge role in the comfort, safety and functionality of your glasses. Different materials lend themselves to different functions, price ranges and styles, and with each comes distinct advantages and disadvantages. MetalMetal is one commonly used material in the manufacturing of eyeglass frames due to its malleability, [...]

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    Never think that safety eye glass is the same as common eye glass. They are very different and you can differentiate them by looking at the frames. Safety glasses have thicker frames than eye glasses. The lenses of such glasses are also designed stronger than regular eye glasses. ANSI standard is very common standard that applies for safety glasses. In ANSI standard, the lenses should resist to [...]

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    Treat all eye injuries as potential emergencies.  Always wear protective safety glasses and use this list to help keep you aware of some of the most common eye injuries that can occur.   Eye Swelling - Eye swelling is usually a result of something hitting the area around the eye with extreme force, which results in a black eye. The eyelids and area around the eye itself will swell and [...]

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    Sunglasses Protect Eyes from UV Light

    Sunglasses protect you from various forms of ultraviolet light, increasing optical clarity in bright conditions while reducing the risk of damage to your eyes.  Buying sunglasses from a doctor’s office is the best guarantee of getting a pair of sunglasses that are effective in protecting your eyes from ultraviolet rays Many people routinely take precautions to protect their skin against[...]

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    Bifocal Glasses

    Bifocals are glasses having lenses with two different focal lengths.  Bifocals are commonly prescribed to people with presbyopia who also require a correction for myopia, hyperopia, and/or astigmatism.  While most presbyopes these days choose line-free progressive lenses, conventional lined bifocals and trifocals have some advantages over progressives. In particular, bifocal and [...]

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    We offer a variety of tints and coatings, from a multi-layer anti-reflective coating to minimize glare, ultraviolet blockers to protect your eye health, as well as Polaroid sun lenses to offer the ultimate in comfort and vision while outdoors. Purchasing eyeglasses should be looked upon as an investment, so let's think and talk about your lifestyle needs carefully when picking out lenses. Do you [...]

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    After frame selection or if we replace prescription lenses in your existing frame, we have to work together to choose eyeglass lenses,  coatings and tints.  Lenses are the most important part of your eye wear.  You can face an overwhelming challenge when it is time to choose your lens type for your prescription eyeglasses. Wohl opticians explain the different lens formats for you, [...]

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    Whether you are considering replacement lenses for frames you already have or are ordering replacement lenses for new frames, there are many considerations.  There are so many choices for lenses and coatings, it's easy to be confused about what's worth buying. A common mistake people often make when buying eyeglasses is not spending enough time considering their choices of eyeglass lens [...]

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    Computer Vision Syndrome - Digital Eye Strain

    Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is a temporary condition resulting from focusing the eyes on a computer display for protracted, uninterrupted periods of time.  The world has changed: we spend increasingly more time using digital devices such as tablets, smartphones or laptops. For many people, working at the computer screen has become an everyday activity, which often causes computer vision[...]

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