What Do I Do With My Old Glasses?

You just got LASIK and are thrilled you can essentially see the world in HD. But, you’re also seeing your old glasses laying around your house and wondering if you should toss them or do something else with them. Or, maybe you just got a brand new pair of eyeglasses. You like them way better than your previous pair, so you want to say goodbye to the old ones. In either scenario, can you donate glasses? You sure can - and we recommend it. Here’s more about charity donations for glasses. 

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What are the Best Glasses for Your Face Shape?

If you need prescription lenses, choosing new glasses can be a fun way to refresh your style and complement your appearance. But it’s not always that easy. Many people wonder, “how should glasses fit my face?” and have trouble finding “the right glasses for me.” And even if you’ve noticed eyeglasses you love on someone else’s face, there’s no guarantee the style and coloring will work well for you. Here are some tips on choosing glasses that you love, which also make you look (and feel) your best.

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All About the Trend of Transparent Glasses

If you either can’t - or don’t want to - wear contact lenses, haven’t had vision correction surgery like LASIK yet or simply want a pair of glasses available as a backup when you need them, you’ve probably wondered, “What type of glasses should I get?” No matter what style you’ve tried in the past, you might be surprised that clear glasses are now considered trendy glasses. If you’re interested in getting yourself some cool glasses, transparent in frames, here are some suggestions for finding the right ones.

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Can't See at Night While Driving?

If you’ve ever gone for a drive during the evening hours and ended up having trouble seeing properly, it can be pretty scary. While no one sees perfectly in the dark, most people with normal vision and healthy eyes are fine driving during this time of day.

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Winter Eye Protection Tips

You fiercely protect your eyes and skin during the hot summer months by making sure you never forget your sunscreen and sunglasses before stepping outside, but did you know it’s equally important to protect your eyes during the winter months? Elements we don’t normally think about like snow, ice, and yes, even the sun, can adversely affect our eyes during cold winter season. We’ve laid out some potential hazards and tips to combat them below to help you ensure your eyes stay healthy and focused during the winter months. 

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