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Protecting Your Eyes

Tennis playerDid you know…

  • Nearly half of traumatic eye injuries relate to ball sports
  • 45% of these occur in children under the age of 14
  • 90% of these are preventable

Polycarbonate is a lens material that is widely used for shatter-and-impact resistant lenses, and when combined with sturdy frame materials, makes for formidable eye protection.

There are hazards of sunlight and bright light that are harder to understand; namely, ultraviolet rays (UV) and Glare (extreme brightness). Protecting your eyes from these distracting, even dangerous elements is equally important to eye protection.

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At this time, we are operating under normal office hours, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and seeing patients for routine eye exams as well as urgent/emergency eye care.

We are following all CDC guidelines in the office and ask our patients to follow coronavirus protocol as well. If you have or have had any symptoms of the coronavirus in the past 14 days, we kindly ask that you do not visit the office for an appointment, product pickup or repairs and adjustments of your eyewear.

If you have an appointment or want to schedule an appointment, help us stop the spread by wearing a mask or face covering when visiting the office.

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