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We've created this simple guide to educate and help you better understand the types of lenses and wide assortment of lens options that are available.
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One of the most treasured moments for parents is when their newborn first opens his or her eyes and makes eye contact with you. But what exactly does your newborn see?
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Eye injury is the leading cause of blindness for people 25 and under, yet most injuries can be prevented by taking some basic steps to ensure your safety, in all aspects of your life.
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The risk of blindness can be reduced by 90% with timely treatment and follow-up care.
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It's a common scenario: you start to notice that your child is blinking and squinting frequently, sitting only inches away from the screen during TV time, and holding that book a little too close to their face while reading.
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Every year, approximately 2.4 million eye injuries occur in the U.S., both in and outside the workplace. It's estimated that nearly 50,000 of those victims lost some degree of their eyesight.
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Find answers to frequently asked questions about laser vision correction (LASIK) here.
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Low vision is a visual impairment, not total vision blindness, which results in a permanent decrease in the acuity of an individual's vision field.
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Looking good while seeing clearly is easy with all of the available lenses and coatings out there.
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