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Cataracts: Causes, Symptoms, Surgery and Prevention

Cataracts: Causes, Symptoms, Surgery and Prevention

Cataracts: What Are They, How Are They Removed and Can I Prevent Them? You know that feeling when you wake up and have to blink a few times to clear away any sleep and focus on what’s in front of you? Well, cataracts are a bit like that, except when you blink, the...

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Polycarbonate Lenses vs Glass Lenses

Polycarbonate Lenses vs Glass Lenses

When you think of glasses frames, we bet you naturally believe your lenses are made from glass. We wouldn’t blame you: glass has been used for hundreds of years and holds all the qualities we would expect to see: transparency, protection, and strength. However, with...

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How To Choose The Right Sunglasses Lenses

How To Choose The Right Sunglasses Lenses

If finally putting on your sunglasses isn’t a sign that summer is coming, we don’t know what is! But whether you’re wearing designer sunglasses as a fashion statement, looking to improve your vision with prescription sunglasses lenses, or blocking blinding sun glare...

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VR vs AR: What’s The Difference?

VR vs AR: What’s The Difference?

When we talk about virtual worlds, it’s easy to assume that AR and VR are the same. It’s an easy mistake as both provide hyper-realistic experiences and environments from a digital device - simple, right? However, the technology, purpose and engagement levels between...

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Should You Buy Your Glasses From The Opticians?

Should You Buy Your Glasses From The Opticians?

Do you dread looking for new glasses because you might have to pay a small fortune every time your prescription changes and you need new lenses? Choosing glasses should be a fun experience! It’s a chance to find lovely eyewear that compliments you and your style. We...

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How To Find The Right Reading Glasses Strength For You

How To Find The Right Reading Glasses Strength For You

When we say ‘reading glasses’, you might automatically imagine people wearing glasses to read their favourite book. However, prescription reading glasses can be used for all sorts of daily activities, such as computer work, viewing your vehicle’s dashboard, reviewing...

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Lensology’s Glasses Measurement Guide

Lensology’s Glasses Measurement Guide

Believe it or not, glasses don’t simply come in small, medium or large. Nor is there a one-size-fits-all solution. Glasses should be customised to the wearer; it’s what makes them unique, as well as being practical and comfortable for those wearing them. Previously,...

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A Guide To Myopia And Hypermetropia

A Guide To Myopia And Hypermetropia

Have you ever found yourself moving a book closer to your face so you can read the words? How about when you’re in a car and can’t read the upcoming roadsigns? This is the difference between Myopia and Hypermetropia, and it all comes down to how clearly you can see...

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A Complete Guide to Sports Glasses

A Complete Guide to Sports Glasses

A Complete Guide To Prescription Sports Glasses From lining up the match-winning freekick to overtaking your opponent and clocking the finish line, your vision is essential to any and every sport. Glasses wearers might believe their sporting days are behind them, but...

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Occupational Lenses: Everything You Need To Know

Occupational Lenses: Everything You Need To Know

Occupational Lenses: Everything You Need to Know For those who wear reading glasses, you’ll understand the frustration of switching frames when moving between various day-to-day tasks, especially at work. Occupational lenses, or ‘computer glasses’, are intended to...

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High-Index Lenses

High-Index Lenses

When it comes to the lenses in glasses, eyewear manufacturers use different materials for different purposes. This could be glass, plastic or Trivex, to name a few. But each option comes with advantages and disadvantages for the wearer. One, in particular, is the...

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