Polarized Glasses

Keep Your Eyes Protected with Polarized Glasses from Today's Vision Rayford | Riley Fuzzel Family Eye Care

Polarized glasses are a great way to add another layer of protection to keep your eyes from getting damaged from the sun's UV rays. These glasses block out the harmful UV A and UV B and are strongly recommended for all of our patients. If you spend a lot of time on the water boating, fishing, or just enjoying our lakes, polarized lenses will also help to protect your eyes from the glare that is reflected off of the water.

close up of a man wearing polarized glasses

Taking care of your eyes every day will help you to protect your eyesight for many years to come. Wearing the best lenses for your lifestyle will help you to enjoy clear eyesight for many years to come. Remember, sunglasses are not just a fashion statement, they serve a very important purpose! If it is time for a new pair of sunglasses, or you are ready to invest in a pair of polarized lenses, schedule your appointment today!

Advantages of Polarized Lenses for Our Patients in Spring, TX

The main advantage of polarized is that they are able to block the harmful UV rays that the sun emits. If you spend a lot of time outdoors or are a water enthusiast, we strongly recommend that you purchase polarized lenses for your next pair of sunglasses. We can create polarized eyeglasses whether you are looking for designers sunglasses or if you are in need of prescription glasses.

Our inventory of sunglasses is very wide, and we offer frames from today's top brands and designers as well as more the more classic and basic styles. If it is time for a new pair of sunglasses, we strongly recommend polarized lenses to keep your eyes safe and protected. Prior to selecting your prescription sunglasses, we advise our patients to undergo a comprehensive eye exam to ensure that their prescription is up to date and current. 

The optometry staff at Today's Vision Family Eye Care happy to help you find the exact right pair of sunglasses with the most appropriate lenses for your lifestyle. Call our Rayford or Riley Fuzzel location today to schedule your appointment. We will work with you to help you to find the right frames and lenses that also look great!

Learn More about the Benefits of Polarized Glasses from Today's Vision Family Eye Care in Spring, TX

It's time to provide your family with the benefits of polarized lenses in sunglasses. Call us today at (281) 601-1001 to schedule an appointment at our office located at 2319 Rayford Road; and (281) 719-9926 for our 2833 Riley Fuzzel Road location. We look forward to seeing you soon!

New patients receive 20% OFF second complete pair of glasses.

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