reducing the cost of family eye care
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reducing the cost of family eye care

How many people in your family wear glasses or contact lenses? Having several people in the home that require contacts and glasses can really add up to a costly sum at the end of the year. So, how do you save money on the cost of all of the exams and prescription eye wear that your family requires? There are several ways to cut costs without skimping on the quality of care and corrective lenses that are needed. You can learn all about saving money for your family's eye care on my website. Without the information that I have compiled, I would not be able to keep my family seeing clearly each and every year.

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reducing the cost of family eye care

  • 3 Misconceptions About Eye Exams

    10 April 2015

    For the most part, the majority of people make an appointment with their primary care provider for an annual checkup. However, when it comes to getting an eye exam, many people overlook this critical component of their health. While some might argue that they don't have the time to mess with it, others might simply say they didn't think they needed to worry about it, especially if they have been seeing things around them without a problem.

  • The Pros And Cons Of Anti-Glare Coating On Your Glasses

    6 April 2015

    When you go to the eyeglass store to purchase a new set of glasses, the salesperson will probably go through all of the warranties and add-ons you can get to protect your glasses and ensure that they are the perfect fit for you. As they go through their checklist of items to talk with you about, they will eventually reach the subject of anti-glare coating. Most likely, the salesperson will tell you what a good deal anti-glare coating is, and they will show you pictures of lenses with the coating and lenses without it so you can see the difference in how streets will look when driving at night.

  • Chlorine Allergy: A Cause Of Eye Irritation

    1 April 2015

    If you experience eye irritation after swimming in a pool with chlorine in the water, you could be having an allergic reaction. Eye allergies are uncomfortable and can cause blurred vision. They're also common. In fact, reports show one in five Americans suffers an allergy that affects the eyes. See an optometrist or ophthalmologist for an eye examination to determine whether your symptoms are due to an eye allergy or other vision problem.