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Have you been wearing the same pair of eyeglasses every day for work, sports, hobbies, driving, reading, and/or watching TV? If so, you may not be getting all the vision help glasses can offer.

Here’s where you can learn about the different types of lenses available in eyeglasses for various lifestyle activities.

How Do Eyeglasses Sharpen Vision?

Eyes with vision problems do not focus light where they should. Eyeglass lenses change the direction of light entering the eyes so that it focuses properly on a special part of the back of the eye known as the retina.

How Often

Do You Need a New Prescription for Eyeglasses?

Call your eye doctor for an exam if your vision changes. But you should also expect to have eye exams regularly as an essential part of maintaining healthy vision. This is especially important since your eye doctor also checks for eye diseases and disorders..

The Basics of Eyeglasses

Eyeglasses may be prescribed with lenses providing:
  • One vision correction for all distances
  • Correction for both near and distant vision multifocal: bifocals, trifocals, progressive (or no-line lenses)
  • Ultraviolet (UV) light protection — a lens coating to block the sun’s damaging and invisible UV rays
  • Antireflective coating to lessen light reflection off your glasses, reducing daytime glare and the nighttime “starburst” effect around lights

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