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From eye health and news to the latest in eyewear fashion and style, get the full scoop from the Stanton Optical Vision Blog. Here you’ll find articles, tips, and trends in vision to help keep you healthy and in-the-know.

Protect Your Eyes with Platinum Blue Anti-Glare Lenses

Protect Your Eyes with Platinum Blue Anti-Glare Lenses

With millions of people working from home due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the use of digital technology provides a safe and easy way for everyone to stay in touch. However, too much screen time can affect eye health. What Causes Digital Eye Strain? Digital eye strain may result in eye fatigue, headaches, dry eyes, double vision and other uncomfortable symptoms. This strain is caused by the harmful blue-violet rays that are emitted from the back-lit screens from devices such as...

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May: Healthy Vision Month

May: Healthy Vision Month

  Whenever your throat starts to hurt or your nose starts to run, you make an appointment with your primary care physicians and take care of the issue. But - what about when it comes to your eyes? In most cases, the eyes are overlooked when it comes to health because they do not show immediate signs or symptoms. In an effort to promote the importance of eye health and getting a yearly eye exam, the National Eye Institute, designated May as the official Healthy Vision Month. In order...

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Caring for Your Contact Lenses Properly

Caring for Your Contact Lenses Properly

  In today's society, it is estimated that more than 220 million Americans wear some sort of corrective lens. Out of those 220 million Americans, over 37 million choose to wear contact lenses. With this astonishing number, we thought it would be beneficial to inform our customers how to properly care for and maintain contact lenses. Learning to properly care for your contacts is beneficial in a variety of ways. One of the ways in which it is beneficial is that properly caring for your...

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Responsive Lenses

Responsive Lenses

  Have you ever noticed someone's glasses going dark as soon they step outside? One minute they are wearing glasses and the next their glasses seem to be transforming into sunglasses! Don't worry you aren't losing your mind, they are just wearing what are known as responsive lenses. Responsive Lenses are made to darken as soon as they are exposed to any sort of UV light, and become crystal clear when indoors, or aren't exposed to UV light. What are Responsive Lenses? Responsive lens...

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Polarized Lenses

Polarized Lenses

  When enjoying the outdoors, it's important to protect the eyes from the harmful UV rays. Sunglasses are a great start to protecting your eyes, but a better alternative is getting polarized lenses on your sunglass lenses. Polarized lenses are made to not only reduce the glare from sunlight, but they also provide an additional layer of protection from the harmful UV rays. Understanding How Polarized Lenses Work Polarized lenses are made to reduce glare caused by sunlight. The lenses ar...

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Anti-Reflective Lenses

Anti-Reflective Lenses

What is Anti-Reflective Coating? Anti-Reflective Coating, also known as AR Coating and anti-glare coating, is used to improve your vision through the lenses and to also improve the appearance of your glasses. AR lenses improve the vision through your lens due to it’s ability to eliminate reflections of light from the front and back of your lenses. By eliminating the reflections, AR coating allows 99.5% of  light to enter through the lens to the eye causing the lenses to look clearer, more a...

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Top 4 Eye Charts Used During Eye Exams

  "Can you please read me the first 2 lines?" "Umm..sure. E, F, P." Most of us have experienced the nerve racking moment when the Optometrist asks you to read the letters off the eye chart. We start to second guess ourselves and how "blind" we are. But just like most things in medicine, there is a method to using the eye charts. Eye charts are just one of many tools the doctor uses when conducting an eye exam, but they  serve a valuable purpose when checking your vision. Eye charts are...

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Soft Contact Lenses Vs. Hard Contact Lenses

Soft Contact Lenses Vs. Hard Contact Lenses

People who wear contact lenses are used to making choices. Stanton Optical is a retailer who is fully equipped to provide prescription contact lenses to anyone that wants them. When you are choosing contacts, you need to know if you want hard contact lenses or soft contact lenses. Making this decision is not as easy as it seems, as the answer depends not only on preference but also on the outcome of the eye exam, and whether contact lenses or glasses will be the better option. After deciding tha...

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