It’s not just about style, prescription sunglasses are important for your eye’s health, and here’s why:
Clear vision when it’s sunny
Prescription sunglasses are the appropriate solution if you spend any time outside and desire crisp, clear vision in all light conditions. You can have the lenses manufactured in any sunglasses shade you choose, from light to dark, and in colors such as grey, rose, yellow, and blue, depending on how you prefer to see the world. Prescription sunglasses can correct and enhance your vision every day when the light shines on you, whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, have astigmatism, or are in the presbyopia years.
Your prescription sunglasses will block 100% of the sun's UV rays, protecting your eyes from their harmful effects, regardless of the hue and style you choose. UV radiation damage can cause cataracts, macular degeneration, and cancer of the eyelids and surrounding skin, among other things.
Sunglasses prevent sunburn and premature aging of the sensitive skin around your eyes because they extend the benefits of UV protection to the skin around your eyes. This is why some people buy the widest sunglass frames they can find. Because the thin, sensitive skin around the eyes is especially vulnerable to UV damage, wearing prescription sunglasses that block 100% of the sun's harmful UV rays while doing it in style.
Patients can enjoy the ease of wearing only one pair of glasses when spending time outside, rather than wearing their usual prescription glasses and another pair of sunglasses over them.
Your sunglasses your choice of lenses
When a pair of prescription sunglasses are made to a patient's specifications, the materials and treatments used on the glasses are customizable. Scratch-resistant lenses, polycarbonate lenses, polarized lenses, and photochromatic lenses are all examples of this.
To summarize all of this, prescription sunglasses are the way to keep your eyes healthy but in style!