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Anyone know what the best sunglasses to eliminate black spots or "flies" of the vision?

I have some lenses with sunscreen , but I know there are different features for every need, ie polarized, with anti-reflective, mirrored shades and different.What will be the best option for me?
03/20/2012
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  • TO SEE THAT BLACK SPOTS OR flies AA IS NOT BECAUSE OF THE QUALITY OF A telescope, THAT IS A PROBLEM OF THE RETINA, MUST GO TO CONSULT AN EYE DOCTOR IN ORDER TO DETERMINE YOUR STUDIES THROUGH SICKNESS FUND AS THE MOST SIMPLE EYE, U more complex, BUT NOT MI
    04/12/2012
  • walkingwounde_d

    Oh, it is a little difficult to follow you. Do you mean you have black spots or flies in your vision when you put on your sunglasses? How about take off your sunglasses? Can you still see them in your vision? If the black spots or flies go away after you take off your sunglasses, it means that there is something wrong with your sunglasses, and you may need to buy a pair of new sunglasses. But if the black spots and flies are still there after taking off your sunglasses, it means there is something wrong with your eyes. It can be eye floaters which are a kind of eye problem but usually they are harmless. They are the reflections on the retina of our eyes. The sunglasses can't help you to remove them.
    10/31/2013
  • ea4ever2end

    I think you'd better choose those polarized sunglasses that can block UV rays as well. UV rays can damage our eyes. Too much exposure to sunlight will lead to cataract and other kinds of eye diseases. So I think the most important thing is to block all the UV rays. Besides, the sunlight can tint the whites of our eyes. So a pair of qualified sunglasses is very essential to our eyes.
    10/31/2013
  • Dan Samberg

    Well, you can have a look at What kind of sunglasses can eliminate black spots or flies of the vision? Maybe there are some good suggestions for you to follow. But I have never heard about that the sunglasses can help reduce black spots in vision. What caused your black spots?
    10/31/2013
  • Adriane

    Have you put sunscreen on the lenses of your sunglasses? Why do you do that? Sunglasses can block UV rays for you, so you don't need to put any sunscreen on the lenses. The sunscreen may block your vision or at least blur your vision. And maybe the sunscreen will cause damage to the lenses.
    10/31/2013
  • walgru

    You'd better consult the seller before buying a pair of sunglasses. Polarized sunglasses can make your eyes feel more comfortable when you are under a hot sun. You can tell the seller what you want to use your sunglasses for. Then he or she may tell you which kind of sunglasses is best for you.
    10/31/2013
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