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Going Polarized for Sun Season

While non-polarized sunglasses do offer some protection, they do not address the glare factor that can lead to dangerous situations when driving, eye strain on a bright day, and don’t hold up with the sun reflecting off of snow or water.

The benefits of having a pair of polarized lenses include:

✅ Safer driving from less glare
✅ Less eye strain symptoms in bright sunlight
✅ Great protection (with Phoenix® or a polycarbonate material)
✅ Reduced glare and better visibility below the surface of the water
when out on the lake.
✅ Less glare and strain when skiing or traveling in the snow.
✅ 100% UV protection

Call us if you'd like to see what polarization could do for your sunwear!

David Greening David Greening, ABOC, BS(HONS) Ophth. Dispensing David is our resident optician, and has been in optics since 2002. He attained his Bachelor of Science degree in Ophthalmic Dispensing in Kent, England (2014). He has extensive experience, having managed his own practice for many years prior to arriving at Astorino & Associates Eye Center. He is a licensed American optician (ABOC) and is well-recognized for his quality of service, attention to detail, and patient care.

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