If you are living with vision impairment, you may wear eyeglasses or contacts to help you see. Unfortunately, many people who wear prescription eyeglasses will remove them when outside or driving during the daylight hours because they need to wear sunglasses. While helpful for protecting your eyes from the sunlight, traditional sunglasses will not help with your vision issue. Therefore, it is beneficial to invest in a pair of prescription sunglasses.
If you have a child who needs vision correction, it is very important that they get the eye wear that they need to actually improve their vision. With vision correction, they are not only going to do much better in school, but they will be able to do all of the things that teenagers look forward to, such as driving. One big decision that you and your teenager need to make together when it comes to their vision correction is what kind of eye wear you choose.
Since I was a teenager, I've worn eyeglasses. The idea of getting contacts didn't seem all that important. It was only during my last eye exam with a new optometrist that I decided to revisit the possibility. On the advice of my optometrist, I decided to try the disposable lenses. To my surprise, they worked great. Even my field of vision was broader. One of my favorite things is that I never have to hunt for a handkerchief or a tissue to wipe away dust from the glasses anymore. Being able to purchase sunglasses off the rack is pretty great too. If you just got the word that corrective lenses is in your future, let's talk. I'll tell you why choosing contact lenses over glasses makes sense.