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Contact Lenses and Glasses

POSTED ON July 21, 2010

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Blog By: Calli Connor, Fisher’s Office “We had a patient come in who has been a Dr. Tavel patient for years. She mostly wears contacts lenses because she absolutely hates wearing her glasses as her prescription is so different for each eye. This patient actually had no Rx in one eye and was extremely farsighted in her other eye, making one of her eyes look extremely magnified when she did wear ...

Fishers LocationBlog By: Calli Connor, Fisher’s Office

“We had a patient come in who has been a Dr. Tavel patient for years. She mostly wears contacts lenses because she absolutely hates wearing her glasses as her prescription is so different for each eye. This patient actually had no Rx in one eye and was extremely farsighted in her other eye, making one of her eyes look extremely magnified when she did wear glasses. So I explained to her that there are special lenses called Kodak Aspheric lenses that will help lessen the magnification on her eyes and balances the lenses out for her comfort. The patient agreed to try out these lenses with a plastic Ted Baker frame (the Ted Baker B825-Razor Fish/ Clear Brown), Ted Baker Frame(s) Found at Dr. Taveland upon receiving her glasses she was so excited that she went around the office showing all of the patients how great her glasses looked, and how her eyes looked the same! She now wears her glasses more than her contacts and can see clearly while also having a new fashionable look.”

Glasses are a great fashion accessory especially for back-to-school and the start of fall.  Find a pair and change your look today at Dr. Tavel!

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