One appointment I seem to always forget about is my yearly eye exam. I think the reason I forget is because I am constantly at an eye specialist for other issues I have with my eyes. Thus, I forget to get an annual exam to actually determine if I can see thorugh my glasses. Yes, I wear glasses. I have worn glasses since I was in jr higg school. I attempted to wear contacts for vanity sake, but never successfully. I am a glasses person, simply put. My son now wears glasses as well.
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You don't really know how important you eyes are until you have some issues with them. For the past two years I have been experiencing major issues with my eyes. From rashes on my eyeballs (yes, you can have these) to allergic reactions to the natural oils in my eyes to blocked tear ducts and ultimately, surgery. If your eyes are not functioning properly, you simply have a hard time experiencing life in your own environment. Carl Zeiss Vision understands the importance of taking individuality into account when rendering consulting and diagnostic services to people who wear glasses and of course, when producing lenses for them.
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Do you wear eyeglasses? Do you fully understand your vision correction needs? Do you always get the most out of your eye exam? Do you always purchase the best lenses available for sharp vision?
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The Right Lenses Can Help You Experience Life to the Fullest
Facts to know about vision and lenses: Know the 3 O's: Optometrist, Ophthalmologist, Optician
Tips for selecting an eye doctor: You need regular eye exams even if you do not notice any vision problems. Always ask what types of lenses the practice offers as all lenses are not created equal.
Questions to ask at your next eye appointment: What are the best lenses for my vision needs? What lenses are ideal to reduce sensitivity to light and reflections? If I have difficulty driving at night, what type of lens is recommended?
Facts to know about age-related vision changes: To maintain sharp vision, you should have an eye exam annually after age 40. Early diagnosis as well as treatment of eye and vision problems are important for maintaining good vision and eye health, and when possible, preventing vision loss. (this I can attest to first hand!)
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