If you're on your computer all the time, there is something you should know. Using a computer or any digital device can cause eye strain or dry out your eyes. This is caused as a result of the type of light waves that the screen produces and the resulting reflections.
To protect yourself against this problem Eye Trends makes computer glasses. The lenses on computer glasses are coated with anti-glare treatment sometimes also known as an anti-reflective coating. This treatment eliminates the reflections that happen on the front and back of the lenses. They also have a blue light filter built-in that helps block the screens electronic radiation. The combination of the two helps prevent the eye strain that you run into when using a computer of any kind.
Hobbies and Reading
If bifocals are what you need for doing hobbies or reading, Eye Trends in Houston makes a line of bifocals that will allow you to read or do your hobbies by simply tilting your head. However, if you're reading your favorite novel, keeping your head tilted back like this is going to become a pain in the neck sooner or later. It'll be much easier to have a pair of single vision reading glasses that are designed just for the purpose of reading.
Eye Trends also carries a line of eyeglass lenses that can help maximize your visual acuity in your favorite sport. They reduce glare to help you enhance your performance by having a better chance of keeping your eye on the ball.
Driving glasses come in two categories which include sunglasses that are specifically designed for driving and clear prescription driving glasses. Our eye doctors' can help with both types of driving glasses. These sunglasses have polarized lenses to reduce glare and enhance contrast using a special tent so that you can have better vision while driving. Their distance prescription glasses for driving are equipped with an anti-reflective coating that helps reduce glare from oncoming headlights and streetlights. This allows a clear path for the light to reach your eyes and the more light that reaches your eyes the better your vision after dark.
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