Ultraviolet Rays and Vision Health

Did you know that prolonged exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays may cause eye conditions that can lead to vision loss and blindness?


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HEALTH BENEFITS

Although the eyelid is designed to protect the eye, its skin is exceedingly thin and contains many fragile tissues that may be injured by UV light. Inside teh eye, the lens and the cornea, both transparent, filter UV rays, but by doing so for many years, they may become damaged.


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Lazy Eye/Amblyopia is decreased vision that results from abnormal visual development in infancy and early childhood. We provide the product with no upfront cost and can be sold with every pair of glasses/sunglasses in your office. In joing us, we can help orphaned children across the world while aiding in prevention of common eye disease.


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OPTOMETRY - DOCTOR RECOMMENDED

It has breen well established that UV radiation as well as elements in the blue part of the visible specyrum contribute to eye disease. The most common among these are cataract and macular degeneration.


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