Glare is a distracting and sometimes dangerous excess of bright light, and can happen day or night. Glare can cause squinting, eye fatigue, and in extreme cases, even temporary blindness.
Did you know…
In daylight, glare can occur when walking indoors to outdoors, moving from shade to sunlight, even from reflected light off of surfaces like cars or sidewalks
At night, glare can occur from oncoming headlights while driving, or from bright reflections off of wet roads, even signs
Glare can impair visual comfort and visual quality, which can diminish healthy sight
Watch a short video about anti-reflection options:
Anti-reflective (AR) treatments are available for many lens products to help protect your eyes. AR treatments are proven to significantly reduce glare while increasing visual comfort.
Best of all? These types of lens treatments and materials, plus others like photochromics and polarized lenses, can often be bundled into one lens product for maximum versatility, as well as eye protection.
We’d like to thank you all for your patience and understanding these last few months. As Governor Mike DeWine begins to slowly reopen Ohio, know that we will continue to make our patients’ health and safety or top priority.
We will continue to maintain the following precautions:
• Screen patients at the door with questions and by checking their temperature.
• All patients are required to wear a mask at all times.
• Keeping patients separate as much as possible.
• Limit the number of people in the waiting room.
• Wear our masks, wash our hands, and sanitize the patient rooms as we’ve been doing.
• Screen our employees before they begin working. Staff is not permitted to work if they are sick.