Choose the Right Sunglasses
At Sites Vision Clinic in Clarksville, TN, we can help you understand the difference between drug store and quality sunglasses. Our sunglasses include prescription eyesight correction and ultraviolet protection. Read below to learn more about our sunglasses.
Ultraviolet rays harm eyesight over time, making it hard to see on sunny days and triggering eye damage. The sun can damage your eyes, whether on the beach, driving down the road, walking, or on vacation. In addition, the sun can cause cataracts over a prolonged period.
Several places have different levels of lens quality. While providing shade for the eyes, they often miss critical ultraviolet protection. Standardized sunglasses aren’t built for aggressive activity. Our sunglasses offer a combination of lightweight build, fit, and strength.
Depending on the certified brand, our sunglasses are made with grips, flexible frames, and interchangeable lenses. They also have higher-grade lens quality and ultraviolet protection.
Glacier glasses take things to another level, specifically with the external environment in mind. These are designed to handle extreme conditions, such as snow on a sunny day, without any break in the reflected light. These sunglasses are distinct with a full cover and wrap-around feature, which blocks natural light from reaching the eyes from the sides.
Polarized lenses are specifically designed to reduce the glare from the sun. These are frequently used around water or areas of reflection. They are also used separately on cameras to reduce the flare of sunlight.
Sunglass Lens Coating
With higher-line sunglasses, lenses may have coatings to protect them from scratching and what’s known as a hydrophobic layer that protects them from water. Some coatings help prevent fogging due to humidity. You can also ask for a transitional chemical coating on your normally worn glasses.
Help with Prescription Lenses for Eyeglasses
Sites Vision Clinic in Clarksville, TN, can easily help you find the right sunglasses to protect your eyes, specifically for blocking ultraviolet protection. Our optometrist team can confirm your eye condition with an eye exam and then confirm the right prescription lenses for your eyes with the ideal sunglasses features you're also looking for. Call us at (931) 647-5237 to schedule an eye exam appointment!