Category Archives: Glasses

Getting the Most Out of Your Glasses 

Seeing clearly is important to everyone, and a new pair of glasses is an investment into your overall quality of life. In this blog, we’ll discuss how to get the most out of your eyewear purchase, and provide troubleshooting tips for new eyeglasses.  Get an eye exam The first step to getting a new pair […]


Digital Eye Strain

Digital Eye Strain Many Americans spend their days looking at computer, phone, tablet, and television screens. These screens allow us to stay connected, work efficiently, and learn new information with just the touch of a few buttons. But spending too much time looking at screens can lead to symptoms of asthenopia, more commonly known as […]


Photochromic Lenses

Photochromic Lenses If you wear glasses, chances are you’ve been asked the question “Would you like your lenses to turn dark when you go outside?”. You may even be wearing photochromic lenses now! These lenses have been around for decades, and new advances in lens design make them better than ever. In this blog, we’ll […]


Caring For Your Glasses

Caring for Your Glasses   Photo Unsplash Glasses are an investment that should last at least 1-2 years with proper care. In this blog, we’ll discuss how to get the most from your purchase by properly cleaning and storing your glasses, and what to do if problems arise.  How to Clean Glasses Properly cleaning your glasses […]


Which Sun Lenses Are Right For Me?

Which Sun Lenses Are Right for Me? July is UV safety month! If you have read our blog UV and Your Eyes, you know the importance of sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun’s harmful UV rays. But do you know which lenses are right for your lifestyle? With so many options to choose from, […]


Aging and Your Eyes

Aging and Your Eyes As you age, your body changes, and your eyes are no exception. Fortunately, in this modern era, there are treatments for most age-related problems. In this blog we’ll discuss some of the common effects of aging on your eyes, and what you can do to keep your eyes healthy. Presbyopia Presbyopia […]


A Spare Pair

THE WEEKLY VIEW Mountain View Eye Center’s Weekly Blog A Spare Pair If you are one of the 75% of American adults who require vision correction, you know how important your glasses or contact lenses are. Many people would not be able to work, read or operate a vehicle without some kind of correction. But […]


Who Makes Your Glasses?

THE WEEKLY VIEW Mountain View Eye Center’s Weekly Blog Who Makes Your Glasses? There is a rumor about glasses that has been spreading for several years: All glasses are made by a single manufacturer called Luxottica. This Italian company may be the biggest in the game, but they are far from the only player. In […]


 
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