Frames, Lenses & More

Tips for Selecting Frames

When it comes to glasses, we know that frames often double as a statement of fashion. While selecting your frame, it’s important to not only look for a frame that represents your personality, but one that looks good and fits your lifestyle! Here are a…

Elective Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are a convenient tool for vision correction. Whether you’re nearsighted (myopia), farsighted (hyperopia) or have an astigmatism, your doctor may present contact lenses as an option. We refer to these as elective contact lenses. Let’s go over the basics: When are contact lenses…

Preparing for your Child’s Eye Exam

Seeing clearly is key to a child’s development. As such, The American Optometric Associations recommends that children have their first eye exam at six months, then at age 3, again before starting school, and then every year following. We know that you, as parents, will…

Tips for Choosing a Vision Plan

Buyers beware! Being responsible for selecting an insurance plan for your company or organization can feel like a lot of pressure. To help you through the process, we’ve compiled tips for choosing a vision plan. Know What You’re Getting Type of vision plan    Vision…

National Sunglasses Day

Break out your shades, folks! Today, June 27, is annually recognized as National Sunglasses Day by the Vision Council. Do you prefer your sunglasses to be aviators or oversized? Maybe you like a cute cat-eye over a classic wayfarer? Wear whatever style suits you best—just…

What does 20/20 Vision Mean?

Most of us have heard of 20/20 vision, but do you actually know what it means? Despite what many people assume, 20/20 vision is not perfect vision, but rather normal vision!  An eye chart measures visual acuity (the clarity or sharpness of vision). The top…
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