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Ha-larious! This is truly PUNny! SEE what we did there? LOL! Even if you have great eyesight, be sure to visit your eye care professional regularly to keep it that way. 😂
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There are many ways you can injure your eyes, but baseball is one of the most dangerous! Make sure you keep an "eye" out for that ball or bat and if you do get a shiner, be sure to visit us to check that no permanent damage was done.
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Those expensive glasses really are not that costly when you look at it this way. Take into account how much use you get out of your glasses, and it will help you to "see" that glasses are an investment in your eyesight, not a luxury!
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While you don't need to wear more than one pair of sunglasses at a time, it doesn't hurt to have multiple pairs to show off your many styles! Come see us today to find the perfect frames (or two) to express your individuality.
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Looking at a screen for an extended period of time can cause eye strain. Make sure to take a break every 20 minutes, by gazing 20 feet ahead, for 20 seconds! Call us to schedule an appointment to learn more tips on how to keep your peepers in peak condition.
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Those expensive glasses really are not that costly when you look at it this way. Take into account how much use you get out of your glasses, and it will help you to "see" that glasses are an investment in your eyesight, not a luxury!
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Did you know -- of all the muscles in your body, your eye muscles are the most active. It’s important to have the right prescription for your eyeglasses so you’re not putting unnecessary strain on your eyes. Annual eye exams help keep your prescription up-to-date and your eyes healthy!
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According to the CDC, 85% of contact lens wearers are at risk for eye infection based on their behaviors. Remember to buy your contact lenses from a trustworthy source to reduce your risk of eye infection. Make sure your prescription is always up-to-date by visiting us regularly for an eye exam!
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We bet you're trying not to blink right now! ;) If you find yourself blinking more or less than this, come in for an eye exam and we will make sure your peepers are in tip-top condition.
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Eyeglasses don’t last forever, but you can extend their lifetime with proper maintenance and care. Never use a t-shirt or other rough material to clean your lenses as this can cause scratches. Visit us for a demonstration on the best way to clean your eyewear!
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