Eyeglass Eyeglasses – What Are EYEGLASSES?
Eyeglass cases, sometimes called eyeglass purses or eyeglass cases, are a type of personal protective equipment (PPE), designed to protect a person’s eyesight from potential damage by flying debris, dust particles, or other objects that may hit the eye while wearing glasses, rollerblades, or any other type of corrective eyewear. Typically, these cases are made of thickly padded soft fabric, such as leather, vinyl, or nylon. They have an interior lining, usually made of some type of breathable material such as cotton or foam, which is open at the top for ventilation, and closed at the bottom to keep dirt and moisture out. The inside is generally covered with a clear or frosted plastic protective coating to prevent scratches, scuff marks, or fingerprint marks from slipping onto the case. Some eyeglass cases come with a locking mechanism that prevents the purse or case from being opened while still inside the case.
Eyeglass cases are also commonly referred to as eyeglass holsters.
As the name suggests, these cases fit over and around one’s eyeglasses. Typically, they include an interior liner of some type of breathable material that keeps the eyes of the wearer free from the impact of the air. The exterior of the case is lined with some type of rough material to prevent the contacts from being scratched. A variety of attachment points and snaps are available on most styles to secure the eyewear in place.
The benefits of EYEGLASSES
far outweigh the cost of the product. Most insurance companies cover the cost of EYEGLASSES if they are ordered by a doctor or the patient’s primary care provider. Some health insurance plans offer coverage for prescription eyewear if the provider determines that the patient must have vision correction. In addition, many insurers offer the option of purchasing a small mobile phone to use to order the EYEGLASSES directly from the office if the patient must travel to their provider for an eye exam.
EYEGLASSES can also be ordered through an eye exam facility
that offers prescription eyeglasses and contacts to the public. In these cases, a patient will be given the choice between wearing glasses or contacts. If you choose to wear glasses, you will still need an eye exam at the optometrist’s office before receiving a discount on your purchase. If you choose to use contacts, your eye exam will not be necessary, but you will not be able to order the eyeglasses from that provider.
For those who have vision problems
caused by refractive errors, EYEGLASSES offer the solution of bifocals and trifocals. These are two different styles of glasses that are suitable for those who have presbyopia and other vision problems caused by focusing problems. Bifocals are used for short-distance vision while trifocals are better for long-distance vision. Presbyopia and other vision problems caused by focusing problems are usually corrected with multifocal lenses. These lenses provide the best benefits for those who have vision problems due to focusing problems.
If you are concerned about the environment
and the UV rays that may cause your glasses to fade, EYEGLASSES can be purchased with a UV coat. UV coating is provided as a standard on all glasses and sunglasses sold in the United States. If you do not wish to buy a UV-coated lens, some suppliers will provide you with an alternative lens that is coated with a standard UV lens.