Finding why things happen makes them easier to accept even when a reason may disappoint or cause frustration at times. When access to an explanation seems unavailable, alternative ideas may take their place. Medical science provides facts that clarify understanding when vision changes occur, and proven facts resolve the issue of whether spectacles can weaken vision. Glasses simply cannot change the anatomy of the eye and make vision worse.
wearing glasses make seeing clearly easier, but it also helps prevent headaches.
Prescription lenses do not make eyes weaker, but they can dramatically illustrate why anyone with vision problems chooses to wear them. Without corrective lenses, eyes can revert to the same conditions that existed before an Odessa eye doctor prepares a diagnosis and writes a prescription. Essilor produces some of the finest lenses on the market with special features that treat specific conditions.
Award-winning Crizal provides the clearest vision with UV protection from radiation, featuring anti-glare and anti-smudge properties.
Lenses that protect against blue light and other aspects of computer and mobile device use can help reduce eyestrain in a digital-dominated environment.
Around age 40, natural changes that Varilux lenses address can occur. While designed especially to treat presbyopia, the lenses help focus on near objects and fine print. In addition, advanced technology in the lenses allows them to present the widest view with minimal distortion at all distances.
Anyone who enjoys the active lifestyle Dr. Tumolo prefers may find IV protection in polarized prescription sunglasses that present accurate colors and details even in the brightest sunlight.
As the most common vision problem, refractive errors occur to about 150 million Americans. Many become so used to the symptoms that they accept limited vision. Regular eye exams can detect and correct conditions that busy lifestyles may neglect.