eyewear wear in Chicago, IL [ About 4 Results ]

  • 1.Spex

    2316 N Clark St (between Belden Ave & Fullerton Ave)

    Chicago,IL 60614

    (773) 404-0777

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  • 2.Spex

    2136 N Halsted St
    Chicago,IL 60614

    (773) 975-7867

    Horrible customer service. I went to get frames that I bought from them fixed. While I waited, the employee said she'd like to adjust the glasses I was wearing since she didn't like how they fit my face. I told her I didn't think she could bend them ...

    Spex is 1-star 1 Reviews

  • 3.Wear Eyewear

    207 W Superior St
    Chicago, IL 60654-3507

    312-255-1212

    Wear Eyewear is 0-star 0 Reviews

  • 4.Wear Eyewear

    750 N Franklin St
    Chicago, IL 60654

    (708) 996-1701

    Wear Eyewear is 0-star 0 Reviews

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  • goggles, also called safety glasses, are designed for protecting eyewear from being hurt by the surrounding things or prevent particulates, water or chemicals from striking the eyes. They are used in chemistry laboratories and in woodworking. They are also often used in some sports, like snow and swimming. Many types of goggles are available as prescription goggles for those who have vision problems.

  • good sunglasses can block 100% UV rays. I think not wearing eyewear will damage your eyes. I am not sure how much UV rays do our eyelids block because we seldom close our eyes when we are awake. So I think eyelids can't help protect our eyes at this point. So we may get damages from UV rays. There are many online eyeglasses stores that you can get a pair of good sunglasses. You can have a look on Firmoo. But I think you may need to buy a pair of suitable goggle to protect your eyes other than a pair of sunglasses. Hope this helped!

  • Many senior citizens have presbyopia. They can see the things in the distance clearly while can't see the things at hand clearly. Most of them need a pair of reading glasses at that time. But they often put on or take off glasses from time to time because they only need them when they want to read or view a nearby object. So I think you can wear contacts at this time. You can wear reading glasses when you get older. Hope this helped!

  • I bought a pair of titanium glasses from an online optical store. They are affordable. I am allergic to some plastic glasses. I heard that titanium glasses won't cause any allergy. So I have a try. Yes, they won't cause an allergy. I won't have itchy and red skin around my eyes. If you are also allergic to some kind of materials I strongly suggest you to buy a pair of titanium glasses. I also think they are good for every person. So you don't need to worry about this. But they are more expensive and of less style. Hope this helped!

  • Yes, I think you can wear bifocal contact lenses. All bifocal contact lenses are designed to help people who have a disease that is known as presbyopia. As you have described your question, I think it's just your case. Many people like you often have to hold reading material or other reading material closer to the eyes in order to make out the words. Presbyopia is farsightedness resulting from a reduced ability to focus caused by loss of elasticity of the crystalline lens with age and requires those who have to wear bifocal contact lenses.

  • Presbyopia is a natural process of aging of the eyes. It is often occurs to people over 40s . Presbyopia is the loss of the eye's ability to change its focus to see objects that are near. And the most common way to treat presbyopia is wearing reading glasses. They can help them see clear but can't cure presbyopia. But i hears that Laser Surgery can treat for Presbyopia. Hopes this helps you.

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