Polarized Glasses from Eye Health Group for Sharper Vision
Everyone needs to spend some time in the sun, but bright sunlight interferes with clear vision. The answer for sharper vision for fun in the sun isn't always sunglasses. Sometimes, the best sunlight solution is polarized glasses prescribed by Eye Health Group (inside Pearle Vision) in Springfield, NJ, and other convenient locations in New Jersey and New York.
Why Polarized Glasses?
Like sunglasses, polarized glasses reduce glare. Unlike sunglasses, glasses with polarized lenses also make images sharper.
Glare from bright sunlight is a year-round problem. Sunlight reflected by still water, pavement, or snow is scattered in all directions. The result is that your eyes receive a fuzzy image of the world.
Polarized glasses eliminate the scatter caused by sunlight. They help you see tennis balls, baseballs, golf balls, fish underwater, and oncoming traffic. Polarized glasses make all kinds of activity in bright sunlight safer and more enjoyable.
How Do Polarized Glasses Work?
Polarizing lenses are coated with a nearly-invisible layer of laminate. This coating of plastic lets vertical rays of sunlight pass through while blocking sunlight reflected horizontally.
There is a reason people wear polarized glasses instead of polarized contacts. It is hard to read LED screens through polarized lenses. If you need to make a quick trip to the ATM, you can just take off your polarized glasses for a couple of minutes and put them back on when you have finished your transaction.
See Eye Health Group for Prescription Polarized Glasses
It is easy to buy polarized glasses off the rack at countless retail locations, but the best solution for your individual vision needs is a personalized prescription from your Doctor of Optometry at Eye Health Group inside Pearle Vision in Springfield Township and other locations in New Jersey and New York.
Your doctors at Eye Health Group can prescribe bifocal and progressive polarized glasses and add additional features such as a scratch-resistant coating. And if you are concerned about how you look in polarized glasses, your optometrists can help you choose just the right tint to complement your complexion.
Polarized glasses are available by telemedicine. Call us at (973) 376-7900 or contact us online today!