Design Your Vision: Customizing Your Look With Scott Harris Glasses

Despite that you may prefer to rock simple and plain glasses, probably because they go with most outfits and activities, you can spark up your look and still achieve a simple appearance. Let your eyewear speak for you when you step into a place.

Design Your Vision: Customizing Your Look With Scott Harris Glasses

Be it glamour and sophistication, or serious and business-minded, customizing your frame to your personal taste should be an addition to your everyday lifestyle. Especially, if you wear your eyeglasses every time.

How To Help Your Kid Find The Perfect Glasses

Finding the perfect glasses for your child can sometimes be an uphill task. Not only do you have to consider style and fashion, but also functionality and comfort. They must look good while also being practical enough to wear all day long without causing any discomfort or irritation. With so much to think about, it can be challenging to know where to start. Let's discuss how you can help your kid find the perfect glasses for them.

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Everything You Need to Know About Eyeglass Lens Coatings

Should you choose aviator, wayfarer, cat eye, or oval frame? That’s usually the first thought that comes to mind when choosing eyeglasses. Often, we leave choosing the lens and lens coatings for the doctors to decide.

As fun and trendy eyeglass frames might be, the lens is the heart of your eyeglasses.

Maybe you didn’t listen enough when the doctor talked about lens and lens coatings while examining your eyes. You might not even have heard him talk about blue light defense with prescription glasses.

While there may be no statistics to back this up, many see eyeglasses as more of an accessory than a medical device.

Of course, the onus falls on your doctor to prescribe lenses and lens coatings that best suit your eyes; you owe it to your eye health to understand the prescriptions.

We believe you would have decided on the frame, and your doctor prescribes the lens; the next action will be to choose lens coatings.

When To Take Your Child to the Eye Doctor

So I have been having concerns about my son's eye sight. My pediatrician said that children should actually go to the ophthalmologist once a year especially if you have eye insurance. This post is all about my experience getting my son his glasses. If you have ANY concerns at all, even the slightest thing, then you need to talk to your pediatrician. Write down your concerns as soon as you have them so when you go to your pediatrician you can address them. I wish I had done this.

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I am not a doctor, this is just our experience.