At some point in most people’s lives, there will come a time when vision correction is needed. Here are some advantages to wearing eyeglasses.
Improve Your Vision
Of course, the main reason a person would wear glasses would be to improve their vision. Just like maintaining our health in other ways, eye health should also be a priority. As we age, our eyesight tends to deteriorate. It may become more difficult to read fine print and corrective lenses are often needed. At all ages, there are many conditions that can compromise vision, but regular eye exams can often provide early detection and allow for treatment with eyeglasses.
Benefits Of Eyeglasses Over Contact Lenses
Given the choice of eyeglasses or contacts, there are a number of reasons why eyeglasses might be the better option.
- They can protect eyes from trauma – glasses can provide a level of protection against common irritants such as dust, sand, grass or even insects when participating in everyday activities like taking a walk, playing outside or mowing the lawn.
- UV protection – sunglasses and even some varieties of eyeglasses can contain lenses that block harmful UV rays from damaging the eyes.
- Convenience – glasses require much less cleaning and maintenance than contacts, are often considered to be more comfortable to wear, and have a far lower chance of being lost than contacts.
Eyeglasses Allow You To Show Personal Style
Eyeglass frames come in a wide variety of shapes and colors and changing your look can be as easy as trying out a new pair. You can keep up with new trends by upgrading to the newest fashion lines, or you can maintain your own personal style by matching your frames to your favorite wardrobe items.
Family Vision Development Center has a great selection of eyeglasses to fit any style. After a thorough eye exam Dr. Martin will determine the appropriate prescription, so your glasses not only look good, but your vision will be properly corrected as well. Contact us at 630-862-2020 or use our online appointment request form to make your appointment.
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