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More and more employers are offering their employees the option of directing their health care spending toward Flex spending account plans. Are you directing any spending toward eye care?
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Did you know that your Flex spending dollars can go toward covering the cost of LASIK eye surgery? Schedule an appointment with our office to learn more!
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Did you know that the level of polarization directly correlates to the sun’s position and the angle of the glare? Lenses will either lighten or darken depending on the level of light, so you’ll always have 100% UV protection! Visit our office to learn more. Bring our promo for extra savings: http://www.martineyecare.net/promotions/
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Not all polarized lenses are optimized for full protection from the sun. Some low-quality sunglasses may cut out only 10% of reflected light. Visit our office to ensure you’re purchasing sunwear that is 100% UV protected! Download our latest promo here: http://www.martineyecare.net/promotions/
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Curious if your sunglasses are polarized? Just look through the glasses at the reflection of any object on a window panel. Then, rotate the sunglasses as if they were the hands of a clock. If the intensity of the reflection doesn't change with respect to what you see through the window, they are not polarized.
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While tinted sunglasses are great for reducing brightness, they don’t eliminate harsh glare like polarized sunglasses do. Make sure your eyes are protected and optimized with polarized lenses! Visit our office to learn more. Bring our promo for additional savings: http://www.martineyecare.net/promotions/
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Polarized lenses work to neutralize glare and help you see more clearly by reducing the harmful effects of UV light. Visit our office to learn more! Click the link to download our promo: http://www.martineyecare.net/promotions/
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Some types of skiers and snowboarders don’t want polarization because they need to see ice glares on the slopes ahead of them. Most winter sports enthusiasts still benefit from the glare-reducing polarized sunglasses! Download our promo and shop our selection today: http://www.martineyecare.net/promotions/
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The only thing most people don’t like about polarized lenses is that they make electronic displays harder to read because of the way they filter light. The benefits of polarization outweigh this inconvenience, just be aware if you’re using GPS, a smartphone, fish finder, or even something like a gas pump.
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Polarized lenses work the best on sunny days because they provide high-definition vision for driving, eliminate unwanted glare, and reduce eye fatigue from bright sunlight. Visit our office to learn more! Bring our promo and save: http://www.martineyecare.net/promotions/
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