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Contact Lenses And Glasses – Why You Should Have Both

POSTED ON January 11, 2022

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The new year is a great time to try something new. Curious about contacts, or in need of a new pair of glasses? We’ve got you covered. Take advantage of this can’t-miss offer. For a limited time, you can get a complete pair of glasses with lenses included or a contact lens fitting for $20.22! You’ll save up to $120 when you take advantage of both contacts and glasses. 3 Reasons To Consider Trying Contact Lenses Wearing contacts can make a big difference when it comes ...

The new year is a great time to try something new. Curious about contacts, or in need of a new pair of glasses? We’ve got you covered. Take advantage of this can’t-miss offer. For a limited time, you can get a complete pair of glasses with lenses included or a contact lens fitting for $20.22! You’ll save up to $120 when you take advantage of both contacts and glasses.

3 Reasons To Consider Trying Contact Lenses

Wearing contacts can make a big difference when it comes to many daily activities, and new technology has made contacts more comfortable to wear than ever before.

  1. Better field of vision. Unlike glasses, contact lenses give wearers a full field of focused vision. Contacts move with your eyes giving you clear, direct, and peripheral vision.
  2. Support your active lifestyle. People with active lifestyles love the flexibility their contacts give them. Contacts eliminate the worry about losing or damaging your glasses, and your vision won’t be compromised by fog or sweat!
  3. Ditch the weather’s impact on your eyewear. Weather plays a major role for glasses wearers. Lenses fog up easily with temperature changes and rain droplets can impair your vision. Contact lenses remove those barriers.

woman inserting a contact lens

Save On Contact Lenses With Our Sight Savings Club

Still on the fence about trying contact lenses? Here’s a little added bonus – Dr. Tavel makes it easy to save big on your contacts and your glasses, so you don’t have to empty your wallet to get what you want. Our Sight Savings Club is designed to help you see your best at the most affordable price. We’ve always believed that buying eyewear – regardless of whether you opt for glasses or contacts – should be a positive experience that doesn’t break the bank. See how much you can save on an annual contact lens supply and new glasses on our Sight Savings Club blog.

Make Sure You Have Options With Your Eyewear

When you choose Dr. Tavel, you don’t have to choose between getting eyeglasses or getting contact lenses. We make it easy and affordable to have both options so you can easily switch between them based on your comfort or lifestyle needs that day.

While contacts are convenient, it’s important to have a backup pair of glasses. Keeping a spare pair of specs in your bag or at work can help ensure you always have access to good vision, even when you tear or lose a contact, or when you experience tired eyes after a long day. We want to help you keep your eyeglasses current so you don’t have to put on a pair of old, outdated frames with the wrong prescription.

Glasses are available in a wide variety of styles, colors, and shapes so that you can complement any outfit. By having a spare pair of glasses on hand, you can jazz up your look for a special occasion. Glasses offer one more way to express your individuality. We suggest opting for something fun!

Give yourself the gift of choice this year. Go ahead and snag some contacts, and while you’re in our offices, act now to save big on a new pair of glasses, lenses included. Get a complete pair of glasses for $20.22 until 2/28/21.

Frame board featuring Vision Values eyeglasses

Simplify Your Eyecare

At Dr. Tavel, we’re on a mission to help Hoosiers see better, feel better, and look better. Whether you primarily opt for glasses or contact lenses, we’ve got your eyes covered.

 

Schedule your exam online today.

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