There is a recent report on the possible risks of LASIK surgery after new studies were done which show post-operatively, that patients, although still a low percentage, are reporting halos, glare, stars and more issues at a higher rate than previously noted or studied. In a clip from the Washington Post: In 2009, as LASIK […]

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Get prepared for the summer with these Maui Jim Wanderers with a PolarizedPlus2 lens inside a gloss black frame. These modified aviators will be great for beachwear this summer to protect against ultraviolet radiation and glare while in style. There isn’t a large wrap to this frame at all, however the size of the lenses […]

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View New Oakley Drizzle Women’s Sunglasses, All Lenses Available Polarized!

Oakley has released the new Oakley Drizzle Women’s Sunglasses going for only $130.00 in for distinct colors!  What looks to be my own personal favorites of this new Oakley Drizzle are the Tortoise frame with the dark brown gradient lenses and the Graffiti frame with black grey gradient lenses. To the right are the four […]

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Contact Lenses Versus Eyeglasses – Advantages And Disadvantages

When it comes to selecting contact lenses versus eyeglasses, it’s up to the particular individual’s desires while they weigh the benefits and disadvantages to both contact lenses wear and eyeglasses. Both contact lenses and eyeglasses have advantages and disadvantages, and each patient will weigh those options carefully, with or without the help of a physician […]

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What Are More Popular Contact Lenses Brands?

There are several contact lenses brands on the market today, and some of the most popular brands of contact lenses are listed below as a variety of them offer such qualities as overnight wear to daily wear and even increased oxygen flow. Ciba Vision Contact Lenses Dailies Air Optix Freshlook (colors) Acuvue Contact Lenses Acuvue […]

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What Are Bifocal Contact Lenses?

Bifocal contact lenses provide both near and distance vision for the patient, just the same as bifocal eyeglasses lenses, but only the bifocal contact lenses sit directly on the eyeball, or specifically, the cornea. Bifocal eyeglasses lenses sit in front of the eye, not touching the eyeball. Despite the fact that bifocal contact lenses are […]

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