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The Pros & Cons of Transition/Photochromic Lenses

Photochromic lenses have been around since the 1960s. Popularly known as “transition lenses,” these specialized lenses adapt to different shades of light. When you’re indoors, photochromic lenses are clear—or close to it—and they darken on their own when exposed to sunlight. Don’t confuse transition lenses with progressive lenses. Progressives contain multiple, graduated prescriptions in one […]

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Astigmatism is a common eye condition which can cause the patient to view objects at any distance as blurry, distorted or wavy. It often leads to an unclear superimposed second image. Astigmatism is a secondary vision error often found in combination with myopia and hyperopia… Astigmatism is caused by an imperfectly shaped cornea. Normally, the […]

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Often referred to as the “aging eye condition”, presbyopia is a vision error that results in the inability to focus up close objects. Presbyopia is commonly combined with other vision errors such as: hyperopia (farsightedness), myopia (nearsightedness), and astigmatism. It is a common type of vision disorder that occurs with age. Causes of Presbyopia Presbyopia […]

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