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Computer Glasses McKinney TX


If you live or work in the Mckinney TX area and work at a computer for any length of time, you could benefit from a pair of computer reading glasses. Its common to experience eye strain, blurred vision, and possible red eyes from what is known as computer vision syndrome (CVS).

At Blink Eyecare we have the latest technology to try to alleviate the problems that cause computer vision syndrome. If you are over 40 years old you most likely have the onset of presbyopia and require some sort of reading glasses to make up close objects clear. 

Your eye doctor may recommend a progressive lens to make your distance, intermediate, and near vision clear. These are great but can case problems if you are sitting at a computer most of the day looking through the intermediate zone to view your computer. This is why most of my patients prefer a computer reading glasses to lessen eye and neck strain.

Computer glasses differ from regular eye glasses or reading glasses in a number of ways to optimize your eyesight when viewing your computer screen. Computer screens are usually positioned 20-26 inches from the user’s eye, and this is considered a intermediate zone. 

A computer lens is just that, set your your optical computer distance hence giving you a wider area of viewing. In addition, to a wider viewing area we offer anti-glare and blue light blocking technology to make your vision even more crisp.

If you would like a consult on how our frame and lens specialist and eye doctor can improve your computer vision and alleviate computer vision syndrome call us today at 214-865-6266. The best reading glasses are professionally fit with the best lens coatings for your eye health and vision.


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