Blue-Violet Light Rays

  What is Blue-Violet light? You are aware that Sunlight is made up of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet light. When combined, it becomes the white light we see. Each of these has a different energy and wavelength. Red, orange, yellow, green rays that have relatively long wavelengths contain less energy and less harmful and blue, indigo and violet light rays with short wavelengths have more energy are more harmful. With Blue-Violet light rays, we have advantages as well as disadvantages. Overexposure to blue-violet light rays will have some adverse effects on eye health. The light that looks white and bright can have a large amount of blue-violet light, like LCD and LED computer screens, Smartphone screens …

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UV Rays and their Effects

There are three types of UV rays – UVA, UVB, and UVC. UVC rays are the highest-energy rays and potential enough to damage your eyes, fortunately UVC rays will be completely blocked by Ozone layer. UVA rays penetrate your eye the deepest and causing damage to cornea and retina over a period of time. Overexposure to UVA radiation has been linked to the development of macular degeneration, damage to the retina that causes loss of central vision, and certain types of cataracts, clouding of the lens that leads to a decrease in vision. UVB rays are partially filtered by the ozone layer, but are more intense than UVA rays. They penetrate less deeply and are completely absorbed by the cornea. …

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Progressive Lenses

If you’re over 40, you’ve probably noticed your eyes have changed. Most notably, presbyopia — the normal, age-related loss of near focusing ability — usually develops at this time. If you are experiencing the symptoms of Presbyopia, there are three lens options: Reading: good for near vision only. If you look up at a computer screen or across a room, your vision will blur while wearing glasses. Bifocal: an older option wherein the lens is divided into two distinct sections for near and distance, but provides no correction for mid distance. Varifocal: Clear and sharper vision at all distances. We recommend varifocal or Progressive lenses for: The convenience of having natural vision at all distances in one pair of glasses. …

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Presbyopia

Describes the condition where the eye exhibits a progressively diminished ability to focus on near objects with age. This ability to focus near objects slowly and gradually starts to decline from a young age itself. However the effect of this is seen only at the age of 40 years and beyond when you find it difficult to read small print at close up distances. You are forced to hold print further away to see clearly. Presbyopia can be corrected easily by wearing bifocals, Progressive lenses or multifocal lenses. Progressive or Multifocal Lenses. Today’s prescription lenses come in a wide variety of specifications to suit your prescription needs. In these lenses there is a gradual change in prescription from near vision …

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Polycarbonate and Trivex Lenses

Polycarbonate lenses When eye safety is a concern, polycarbonate or Trivex lenses usually are the best choice for your eyeglasses, sunglasses and sports eyewear. Both polycarbonate lenses are thinner and lighter than regular plastic lenses. They also offer 100 percent protection from the sun’s harmful UV light and are up to 10 times more impact-resistant than plastic or glass lenses. This combination of lightweight comfort, UV protection and impact resistance also makes these lenses an excellent choice for children’s glasses and safety glasses. Polycarbonate was developed in the 1970s for aerospace applications, and is currently used for the helmet visors of astronauts and for space shuttle windshields. Eyeglass lenses made of polycarbonate were introduced in the early 1980s in response …

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Myopia

This is more commonly called as short sightedness, which means that those with myopia can only see objects close and things far away will appear blurred. This condition can be corrected using spectacles, and contact lenses. Hi Index lenses are recommended for those with high prescriptions to reduce the thickness of the lenses. Contact lenses are another option whereby you can get the freedom from your heavy and thick spectacles. Our Eye Care Centre optometrist will be very happy to assist you. Eye Care Centre is very well equipped with modern lens processing laboratory and advanced lens fitting machines with well experienced technicians. Eye Care Centre also deals with international brands like Essillor, Hoya, Zeiss, polycarbonate, CR39, Trivex and traditional …

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Modern lens surfacing lab

Eye Care Centre has got its own lens surfacing lab with modern technology whereby it can achieve highest quality standards like accurate prescription, aberration free lenses and free from other optical defects. The Eye Care centre has got glass as well as plastic surfacing units with experienced technicians and has got the capacity to produce number of lenses to cater the needs of all the clients in short span of time. Eye Care Centre can produce; Single vision lenses Progressive lenses Bifocal lenses Prescription sunglasses with accurate tints Special lenses for curved sunglasses as well as frames Workshop: Fitting at Eye Care Centre workshop has got imported auto edger like French Essilor Kappa automatic lens scanning, cutting, edging and precision …

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Kids frames and sunglasses

Children’s eyeglass frames are fun to shop for. With so many new styles, you and your child are sure to find a pair of kids’ eyeglasses you both will love. Choices range from brands based on popular characters or childhood icons such as Harry Potter, SpongeBob and Barbie, to more “grown-up” styles or a mix of both. Modern children’s eyeglasses also feature durability and safety features for your peace of mind. Today, many kids want eyeglasses that look just like the glasses their parents or older brothers and sisters wear. Plastic frames in elongated rectangular shapes, small, retro-styled ovals, and even thin titanium frames are all available for today’s small customers. The availability of these fashionable frame styles for kids …

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Hypermetropia

In Hyperopia objects far away are clear but there may be difficulty in focusing objects at near depending on age and the amount of hyperopia. Hyperopia is correctable with spectacles and/or contact lenses. Hypermetropia will be corrected by concave lenses. Usually over and above +3.00D the lenses will be thick and Hi Index and aspheric lenses are recommended. Contact lenses are another option whereby you can get the freedom from your heavy and thick spectacles. Our Eye Care Centre optometrist will be very happy to assist you. Eye Care Centre is very well equipped with modern lens processing lab and advanced lens fitting machines with well experienced technicians. Eye Care Centre also deals with international brands like Essillor, Hoya, Zeiss …

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Frames

Frames: Different eyeglass frame materials greatly expand your options for a new look. While shopping for new eyeglasses or sunglasses find out variety in colors, durability, lightness, favorite brands, hypoallergenic materials, uniqueness and price. In fact, finding eyeglasses with the qualities that are most important to you could be as simple as choosing the right frames material, because each type has its own unique strengths. Plastic and metal are the basic materials used in making the spectacle frames. Again there are different metals and different plastics used by manufacturers. At Eye Care Centre you will have wide range of stylish, trendy collection with different materials suitable for your life style. You can find local as well as international brands for …

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