Choosing the right pair of eye-glasses to correct and sharpen your vision is just as crucial as buying the right home for your family to live in. That’s why Carl Zeiss Vision takes pride in their products that all the mark the stamp of innovation, quality and supreme technology.
Many of us don’t know that…
- Children should have eye exams:
- At ages six months, three years and when beginning school.
- Every 2 years (even with no vision issues) to check for early signs of eye disease.
- Adults should have eye exams:
- Every two years, even with no vision issues.
- Annually starting at age 40 as your eyes start to experience natural age-related vision changes.
- You need regular eye exams even if you do not notice any vision problems. If you are experiencing vision problems, the nature of the problems may determine the type of eye doctor you choose.
- You should never leave your eyeglasses in the sun or near a heat source as this can damage the coating and frames.Keep your eyeglasses in a protective case when not in use.
- After age 40, almost all adults develop presbyopia – a vision condition in which the crystalline lens of the eye loses its flexibility, making it difficult to focus on close objects. Presbyopia is a natural part of the eye’s aging process. Some signs of presbyopia include:
- the tendency to hold reading materials farther away than before
- blurred vision at normal reading distance
- eye fatigue along with headaches when doing close-up work
With Zeiss’ products the customer always walks away with the assurance that his eyes are in safe hands because the Zeiss Individual is a progressive lens that integrates how one’s face, frame and prescription work together to provide the wearer with a 100% personalized experience.
To read more dos and don’ts for your vision, visit the Zeiss Educational Tools resource bank.