Glare is a distracting and sometimes dangerous excess of bright light, and can happen day or night. Glare can cause squinting, eye fatigue, and in extreme cases, even temporary blindness.
Did you know…
In daylight, glare can occur when walking indoors to outdoors, moving from shade to sunlight, even from reflected light off of surfaces like cars or sidewalks
At night, glare can occur from oncoming headlights while driving, or from bright reflections off of wet roads, even signs
Glare can impair visual comfort and visual quality, which can diminish healthy sight
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Anti-reflective (AR) treatments are available for many lens products to help protect your eyes. AR treatments are proven to significantly reduce glare while increasing visual comfort.
Best of all? These types of lens treatments and materials, plus others like photochromics and polarized lenses, can often be bundled into one lens product for maximum versatility, as well as eye protection.
A vision insurance policy is not the same as health insurance.
Regular health insurance plans protect you against financial losses due to unexpected eye injuries or disease. Vision insurance, on the other hand, is a wellness benefit designed to provide routine eye care prescription eyewear and other vision-related services at a reduced cost.
Emergencies after business hours please call 911 or go to your nearest urgent care facility.
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PRACTICE POLICY UPDATE REGARDING COVID-19
ANY PATIENT WITH FEVER, COUGH, MALAISE, OR CONTACT WITH COVID-19+ INDIVIDUALS: Please do not come in if you have any symptoms of respiratory illness (fever, chills, cough, sore throat, muscle-aches, malaise, shortness of breath, loss of smell or taste). Please call your primary care physician and seek medical care and guidance if symptoms are severe.
If you have had contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days, we ask you to please inform us so we can reschedule your appointment for a later date.
PATIENT, PRACTICE & STAFF SAFETY MEASURES
All patients and staff will be screened prior to entering with a non-contact thermometer to rule out fever, and questions regarding the listed concerns above. No one will be allowed to enter with symptoms of respiratory illness or fever.
All patients and staff will be required to wear masks or face coverings in office. If you do not enter our office wearing a mask you will not be seen. You will also be asked to remove any gloves you wear into the office and to wash/sanitize hands.
To minimize the number of people in the office, there will be one patient scheduled per hour and only the patient will be permitted in the office. All guests or drivers must remain in the building lobby where there are numerous tables separated by a comfortable distance and a Subway and Starbucks that are operational. Children under 18 will be allowed to be accompanied by one parent.
Families of 2 or more who have been isolated together may schedule appointments together provided there has been no exposure to COVID-19.
Patient visual and medical history will be conducted or reviewed prior to the patient's appointment to minimize time in the office.
The installation of plexiglass screens at our reception desk and tables in our optical where normal 6-foot social distancing is not possible provides extra protection for our patients and staff.
All exam rooms, diagnostic equipment and surfaces in our optical dispensary are disinfected before and after every patient encounter and common touch points in the office are sterilized regularly.
Patients should avoid any personal items such as cell phone, keys, handbags, or outerwear on any surface in our office.