Early diagnosis of vision problems is crucial so that corrective measures can be implemented as soon as possible. The American Optometric Association recommends eye exams for children as early as 6 months old, with continued exams at 3 years old and right before entering first grade. After that, annual eye exams are recommended. If your doctor confirms that your child
Polycarbonate Lenses Nowadays, choosing a pair of eyeglasses is about more than just style. You also need to consider the material your lenses are made from. Lens material is normally glass, plastic, or polycarbonate. Here’s what you need to know about polycarbonate and the benefits of polycarbonate lenses for eyeglasses. What is Polycarbonate? Polycarbonate is a specific type of plastic.
Deciding whether you want to wear glasses or contacts is a personal decision. Of course, being comfortable is the most important aspect. Each choice has pros and cons and it’s up to you to decide which fits your lifestyle the best. Glasses Pros: You do not have to poke around your eye, which lessens the risk of infection. Dust
One of our favorite activities during the year is hosting Designer Sunglasses Trunk Shows within the community. These shows give us a chance to interact with the public, see old faces again, and fit many people into their perfect pair of shades. On May 10, we hosted our latest event at our Fenton office, offering attendees various discounts and on-site
April is Sports Eye Safety Month, an obscure observance that may easily fall off your radar – unless you’ve been affected by a serious sports-related eye injury. Each year, roughly 100,000 Americans are hurt by eye injuries related to sports, with the most frequent coming from basketball and baseball. In support of Sports Eye Safety Month this April, Michigan Eye