Myopia Control – How CRT Can Help Your Child

Manage Your Childs Myopia

Myopia, more commonly known as nearsightedness, can begin affecting your child’s development as early as the age of six. The right type of myopia control can aid your child’s ability to learn and safely interact with the world around them. CRT myopia control offers a solution to your child’s nearsightedness without the hassle of daily lens wear.

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Why Scleral Lenses Are the Best Option for Managing Keretakones

Scleral Lenses- Managing Keretakones

Many people start wearing glasses or contacts at an early age. Scheduling regular eye exams will help you monitor your eyes and vision changes. If you have an underlying eye condition affecting your vision, an early diagnosis can help you find a treatment option before your vision worsens. Keratoconus can begin to affect people as early as the age of ten. In the early stages of development, glasses and soft contact lenses can correct vision problems but may not be suitable as the condition progresses. Paragon scleral lenses offer an advanced solution to help manage your keretakones.

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Glasses, Contacts, and Travel: How to Prep for Vision Care on a Trip

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There’s never a “good time” for an eye care emergency to arise. But when you’re booking travel, it can be especially nerve-wracking if you wear glasses or contacts. Whether you’re going away for a cruise or heading off for an important business trip, it is important to prepare your eye care. With that in mind, we’ve prepared a quick guide to prepping and packing for vision care on a trip.

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How to Properly Care for Your Lenses

Cleaning Glasses - How to Properly Care for Your Lenses

Over 60% of the population wears eyeglasses or contact lenses.  Lenses are essential because they help you see better, and for those with extremely low vision, they can be a lifesaver. However, it’s no secret that eyeglasses are often expensive.  Even though newer and nearly scratch-resistant lenses are being manufactured, no lens is invincible, and it will face damage over time. You can avoid the extra expense and enjoy better vision by taking proper care of your lenses and preventing them from getting damaged.

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COVID-19: Senior Eye Care Safety & Prevention

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In the midst of the current COVID-19 crisis, urgent and routine eye care is essential. At Looking Glass Optical, the health and safety of our patients is our main concern. And, we understand the apprehension and caution that many may feel about re-entering a doctor’s office during this time. However, we want to assure our patients of the strict hygiene and safety precautions being implemented today.

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6 Steps to Relieve Computer Eye Strain

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Computer eye strain is a condition that many individuals suffer from worldwide. This is especially true as more individuals have recently had to make the switch to a work from home setup. While studies have yet to show that computer eye strain causes any long term damage, it can be the root of some of your more chronic irritations and pain. Read on to learn more about how to relieve computer eye strain once and for all.

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How to Love Your Eyes More

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2020 is here, and you have probably set some intentions for the coming year. You already know the importance of taking care of your physical health through exercise, sleep, and proper diet. However, did you know that some of these practices have the added benefit of maintaining your eye health? Setting regular eye care habits now can help you maintain healthy and robust vision for the rest of your life. Not sure where to start? Read on for a few simple tips on how to love your eyes.

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How to Use Your Flexible Spending Account at Looking Glass Optical

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Did you know that you can use your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for eye care? It’s true. So, if you’ve been putting off your annual eye exam or you’re waiting to update your eyeglass prescription, now’s the time to prioritize your eye health. However, some individuals may not be aware of what a Flexible Spending Account is or what it covers when it comes to eye care. Luckily, we’ve made it easy for you to learn everything you need to know about using your FSA at Looking Glass Optical.

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